Liability for Vicious Dogs

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When a landlord has actual knowledge that a tenant owns an animal whose vicious actions have created a clear potential for injury, the landlord has a duty to take reasonable precautions to protect third persons from the animal, provided that the landlord had actual knowledge of the vicious actions of the animal before entering into a rental agreement with the animal's owner.

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