|Private Back Yard for Dog||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: normangauss (normangausscharter.net)|
|Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 10:49:38 -0700 (PDT)|
My last post was entitled "Pens for Dogs". It should have been "Individual Private Yard for a Dog". We have a few condo owners, each one wanting to fence in an area behind his/her condo as a dog enclosure. Because our Master Deed has defined the land under and around the buildings as "Association Common Area", this land cannot be easily be demarcated on the Master Deed or on individual Grant Deeds. We already have a dog park, but it requires that someone always be present watching the dogs. For people who are away during the day and want a yard for their dog behind their condo, the dog park does not work. They want a "Fenced Back Yard". We already have "Exclusive Use Common Areas" (EUCA's) defined in each condo's Title definition, which includes a porch, patio, and parking space. However, additional space is desired adjacent to the condo for a dog enclosure. This would entail defining new EUCA's for individuals. Either we hire an engineer to survey these areas and change the boundaries marked out on our master plan, or the Association can lease these areas to the dog owners. If anyone has seen similar arrangements, I would be interested learning about the details. Norm Gauss
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