No Smoking Bylaw Enforced by BC Court

The heated debate continues between the ‘rights’ of people to smoke in their own units versus the ‘rights’ of non-smokers to be free from experiencing second-hand smoke in a condominium. Condominium living and the law continues to swing the pendulum away from smoking being a personal choice in condominium homes, towards a community-driven desire to limit the effects of smoking on its residents and property.    Read the article……..


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