The personal choice between smoking and chewing cannabis should be easy. For a Director, making the best decision for the Corporation is more complex. Here are some articles on the problem and possible solutions.
Condo boards have two options if they want to prohibit smoking, growing or processing cannabis within their buildings — they can either amend their declaration or pass a rule, Toronto condominium lawyer Warren Kleiner tells Law Times. – Source: Patricia MacInnis, AdvocateDaily.com Senior Editor
If you’re a condo owner, you might be horrified to discover that you’ve received a condo special assessment notice because your condo board thinks that you’ve been smoking in violation of the bylaws. – Source: Horlick Levitt Di Lella LLP
People offering legal cannabis products to guests in their home should be aware of the potential consequences, Toronto personal injury lawyer David Derfel tells AdvocateDaily.com. – Source: Paul Russell, AdvocateDaily.com Contributor
Since recreational cannabis became legal, many condominium corporations have enacted rules to prohibit smoking tobacco and cannabis and cultivating cannabis plants in units. – Source: Danielle Swartz, Lash Condo Law. To get a copy of our helpful guide on Smoking and Cannabis in your condo, click here.
Ontario landlords who want to ban tenants from smoking marijuana better check their existing lease agreements to see if it’s possible, Ottawa paralegal Amri Murray tells AdvocateDaily.com. – Source: Paul Russell, AdvocateDaily.com Contributor
The legalization of cannabis has left many landlords wondering what rights their tenants have when it comes to its use in rental properties, Toronto real estate lawyer Sarita Samaroo tells Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine.- Source: Tony Poland, Associate Editor