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Pet Application

Pet Application form
Address of plan
Address of plan
Cat and dog owners in NSW are legally required to microchip and register their pets. Kittens and puppies
must be micro-chipped before they are 12 weeks old or before being sold or given away. They must then
be registered before they are 6 months old.
All cats and dogs over 12 weeks old must also wear an identification disc that is engraved with their name
and their owner’s contact number, which is attached to their collar when outside their home.

I (the Applicant) request consent of the Owners Corporation to keep the above detailed pet on our property

Pet keeping agreement

Check list (Please ensure that you provide all documents listed below with your application)

  • Council registration certificate
  • Microchip certificate
  • Photo of the animal(s)
  • Vaccination information
by-laws read
by-laws agreed to

I understand that it is my/our responsibility as pet owners to;

  • monitor the noise from the pet, ensuring they do not unreasonably cause annoyance or
    disturbance to neighbours
  • maintain a high standard of cleanliness and sanitation at all times, cleaning and disposing of any
    animal waste within the lot or common property
  • maintain a high standard of preventative health care e.g. flea and worm treatment
  • keep the pet under control at all times within the lot or common property

Acknowledge that I/we shall be liable for any damage to common property caused by the pet and
shall pay the Owners Corporation immediately for any costs incurred in rectifying this damage.

Accept full responsibility and indemnify the Owners Corporation for any claims by, or injuries to,
third parties or their property caused by, or as a result of, actions by my pet

Acknowledge that the consent of the Owners Corporation operates in respect of the nominated pet
only and that any change of pet must be the subject of a separate application.

Acknowledge that in the event of a breach of this agreement the Owners Corporation may withdraw
any consent it has given me for the keeping of a pet.

Understand that dogs of a prohibited breed or declared dangerous must not be kept or brought onto
the lot or common property.

pet owner responsibility agreed to