How to deal with nuisance smells in condos

I recently had an issue arise at a condo association that is not terribly uncommon. An American couple of Indian ethnicity cooks with curry. Sometimes a lot. The odor wafted into a neighbor’s unit and he complained to the board. This can be tricky.  What constitutes a nuisance, including cooking smells, is generally left to the board, any board. Usually there is language in the documents, or there should be, that reads something like this: “No harmful or offensive use shall be made of any part of the condominium and nothing shall be done therein which is or will become in the judgment of the Board of Directors an annoyance or nuisance to another.”    Read the article…………..

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