If Unauthorized Pet Discovered, Collect Fee, Deposit

October 1, 2008
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Like many owners or managers of tax credit sites, you probably let residents keep a pet, as long they obtain your prior approval and sign an agreement about the pet. But what should you do when you discover that a resident is keeping an unauthorized pet? You may not want to evict the resident or require him to get rid of the pet. But you want to make sure that residents who have been keeping unauthorized pets know that you are serious about enforcing your pre-approval policy.

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