What type of Behavioural order do you want? One giving an…
Order that some behaviour—or failure to act—is a nuisance and must stop
Use this when someone is doing something, or not doing something, with the result that you are unreasonably inconvenienced in your use and enjoyment of your private area or a part of the common area what you or your family are entitled to use.
Order that an animal is causing a nuisance and requiring the behaviour be stopped or the animal be removed
Use this when an animal is causing a danger or is unduly interfering with your or your family’s peaceful use and enjoyment of you private area or part of the common area, and you want the animal be removed from the scheme.
Order that an animal is unauthorised and must be removed
Use this when you have established that an animal is present in the scheme without a permission required by the governance documents and you want it removed.
Order that items have been illegally attached and must be removed
Use this when you think that items have been attached to a private areas or the common areas without compliance with the scheme’s governance documents and you want an order that they must be removed.