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CAT Finds No Smoking Rule to Be Reasonable

Davidson Houle Allen LLP
Publication date:
June 6, 2023
Article Summary: 

This article discusses a recent ruling by the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) regarding a no-smoking rule in a condominium community. The CAT ruled that the no-smoking rule was reasonable and enforceable, highlighting the importance of creating a smoke-free environment for residents. The article provides an overview of the case, including the arguments presented by the parties involved. It explains the reasoning behind the CAT's decision and explores the broader implications for condo communities seeking to implement and enforce no-smoking policies. The article emphasizes the significance of balancing the rights of individual unit owners with the well-being and comfort of the overall community. It also offers guidance on developing and implementing effective no-smoking rules that comply with applicable laws and regulations.


CAT ruling, condo law, no-smoking rule, smoke-free environment, reasonable rule, enforceability, condo community, residents' rights, community well-being, no-smoking policies, individual unit owners, legal compliance, regulations.

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Davidson Houle Allen LLP

CAT Finds No Smoking Rule to Be Reasonable
June 6, 2023
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