Anyone can help me. I live in a rented accommodation a2dominion and on my lease it says I can keep small-rate birds in a private garden that I have.so the point is that I have 4 chickens 2 Cockerells and 2 hens someone complained about my noise, so the owner said I had to get rid of all my bearing tables , so I said, I go and keep my chickens, which they said they know, in your lease, the chickens know what it is not, how I can not go to do it, so I can keep my chickens that do not make noise at all and keep bantam chickens there too, so that`s the size of a pigeon I would say not like the big chickens you see in the farms , please, if someone can help me, I would really appreciate it, thank you x Instead of asking people to get rid of pets (it`s not just about pets and the likely hood is that could be destroyed and for itself, if the pressure is exerted on them), why not say they have to sign another agreement that if the animal does a damage , they have to pay, in addition they must have professionally cleaned the carpets in the house when they have to evacuate. See also the recommendation to reform the tenants` association regarding pets in rental housing. Upon signing this tenancy agreement, the tenant pays a deposit to cover the damage caused by his pet during the lease of the property or establishment. Unfortunately, some dogs have received bad rap in America. Review your national and local laws for racial legislation, as some cities and counties believe that certain types of dogs are “dangerous” or “malicious” and pose a danger to the public. For example, Miami-Dade County in Florida has a Pit Bull Law that prohibits people $500 for the possession or possession of American Pit Bull Terriern, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier s. Royal City in Washington State, rottweiler s. also banned rottweiler, which is defined as a “dangerous dog”. I hope someone can help you! When my partner and I agreed to our new rental, it was on the condition that one day we have a dog. The real estate agent at the time of the contract was made said that if we had actually decided to have a dog, we would deal with the pet clause. Well, that time has come and the agent has in his clause that they keep money for 4 months after the lease in the case of chips. She said the contract they use a fee of 120 $US.
We decided that this would be acceptable after it was confirmed that these funds were protected in the deposit system and that we wanted the amount of the retainer to be written as well, for obvious reasons that we do not want to be hit with a $1,000 bill (God for sure), there was a chip problem.