Bye-laws banning pets in apartments unconstitutional; compassion essence of civilisation: Kerala High Court

"Our coastal State, that announces itself to be ‘Gods Own Country’ to the visitors who come calling to its shores, cannot be seen denying just privileges to its animal inhabitants," the Court said.
Bye-laws banning pets in apartments unconstitutional; compassion essence of civilisation: Kerala High Court
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The Kerala High Court on Tuesday held that clauses in bye-laws or agreements of residential societies that absolutely prohibit persons from keeping a pet of their choice in their houses/ flats where they reside should be treated as void, unconstitutional and unenforceable in law. [People for Animals v State of Kerala]

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