leash law


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leash law

n.
An ordinance requiring that a dog be kept on a leash when taken to a public place.
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I am sure there must be or should be a leash law in the city if there are resident houses in the surrounding area.
Church and Walnut street, disregard of the leash law and fecal collection in Central Park.
5 miles of beach at Lincoln City have a firm leash law, but bring your hound with you to hunt for a souvenir glass float from local glassblowing studios; volunteers hide the baubles above the tide line.
This town has a leash law and I'm telling you not one of these dogs was on a leash.
until a cop flatfoots onto the scene and ma'ams her into submission to the leash law.
The second cause of action was essentially premised on the local leash law, section 161.
The leash law states quite clearly dogs should be on a leash in places where members of the public are walking.
The next day I learn there is no leash law in Sweet Briar.
The state issued a summons for Newton resident Steven Dean, charging him with violating a local leash law and having an expired dog license.
By the way, a CTO-type of law already exists in the Mental Health Act -- it's called "leave agreement," another leash law.
Parisians also routinely ignore the leash law, allowing them to use the old "My-goodness-whose-bad-dog-is-doing-that-way-over-there?
Brigham Road, neighbor's dog causing problems; caller informed that Berlin does not have a leash law.