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Nahrstedt v. Lakeside (1990)

Plaintiff's Attorney:   Joel F. Tamraz

Topic: Restrictions on Animals

Case Citation:   8 Cal.4th 361, 878 P.2d 1275, 33 Cal.Rptr.2d 63

Jurisdiction:   California, United States

Year Case Filed:   1990


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Natore Nahrstedt had two cats, a violation of her Housing Covenant in the condominium she lived in.  She was charged progressively larger fees every month for having these cats.  Natore challenged the validity of the "no pets" rule as well as the method of enforcement.

Plaintiff's Complaint (01/30/1990) (pdf file 31 KB)

Appellant's Brief (1990) (pdf file 2186 KB)

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