(1) A lessor may apply to the ACAT for an order approving—
(a) the lessor's refusal of the tenant's application under section 71AE (2) to keep an animal on the premises; or
(b) a condition on the lessor's consent to the tenant's application.
(2) The ACAT must—
(a) approve the lessor's application; or
(b) refuse the lessor's application; or
(c) order that the lessor consent to the tenant's application but impose stated conditions on the consent.
(3) The ACAT may make an order under subsection (2) (a) or (c) if satisfied—
(a) the premises are unsuitable to keep the animal; or
(b) keeping the animal on the premises would result in unreasonable damage to the premises; or
(c) keeping the animal on the premises would be an unacceptable risk to public health or safety; or
(d) the lessor would suffer significant hardship; or
(e) keeping the animal on the premises would be contrary to a territory law.