Dog trained to assist people with mobility, motor or psychic impairment. It can, without limitation, pick up objects and open doors. It provides his guardian with moral support, and improves social interaction.
I live on the 5th floor of an 8-storey building. The co-owner on the 7th storey uses his balcony to let the dog urinate and defecate. Unfortunately, the urine and droppings fall back on our balconies. The situation has been going on for almost two years. We sent him e-mails, but they didn’t solve anything. The syndicate has been aware of this situation for a year and a half but nothing is happening. The last few weeks the situation has worsened, because we receive several times a day drops of urine and it stains the windows and the smell is always present. I have to remove my plants and herbs from the edge of the balcony. This week I made a complaint to the City, which should send the co-owner a letter.
Question: If the situation persists, I would like to know what are my rights?
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7 novembre 2017 — Interdire les chiens à l’intérieur des parties privatives d’une copropriété est une chose. Mais encore faut-il que cette prohibition soit conséquente avec la destination de l’immeuble.