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leash law

noun
1.
a local ordinance requiring that dogs be leashed when not on their owners' property.
Origin
1715-1725
1715-25
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Examples from the web for leash law
  • The city enforces a leash law, and the policy is in effect on the property.
  • There is a leash law here, but they don't enforce it.
  • Common city ordinance infractions include leash law violations, noise nuisances, and alarm permit violations.
  • Duties include enforcement of state and local laws regarding animals, including enforcement of the leash law.
  • The leash law is in effect to protect pets and people.

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