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Grandparented Smoker Has Right to Smoke Revoked Under Corporation’s Rules

Author: 
Jessica Weick
Publication date:
February 8, 2021
Article Summary: 

The blog discusses a case where a grandfathered smoker in a condominium had their right to smoke revoked under the corporation's rules. The condominium corporation argued that they had the power to regulate smoking in the building and that the grandfathered smoker's rights were subject to the corporation's rules. The court upheld the corporation's decision, stating that the corporation had the right to regulate smoking in common areas and that the grandfathered smoker's rights were not absolute. The case highlights the importance of clear rules and policies for smoking in condominiums.

Keywords: 

Condominium, Smoking, Rules, Policies, Grandfathered smoker, Corporation, Common areas.




Source Citation: 
Jessica Weick
Grandparented Smoker Has Right to Smoke Revoked Under Corporation’s Rules
February 8, 2021
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