If Unauthorized Pet Discovered, Collect Fee, Deposit by ProQuest

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Owners or managers of tax credit sites want to make sure that residents who have been keeping unauthorized pets know that they are serious about enforcing their pre-approval policy. A smart way to do this is to make sure your lease requires residents with unauthorized pets to immediately seek your consent and to pay any pet fees and/or deposits your tax credit site ordinarily gets from residents with pets. Residents need to sign a pet agreement that lists size, weight, and breed requirements for pets, and that spells out the residents' rights and responsibilities as pet owners living at the site. A Model Lease Clause is presented.

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