What To Do If Your Neighbor Smokes Weed?
- 1 Can you be evicted for the smell of weed?
- 2 How can I get my neighbor to stop smoking?
- 3 What can you do if your apartment neighbor smokes?
- 4 Can I smoke weed in my rental?
- 5 Can I sue my neighbor for smoking?
- 6 Do smokers have rights?
- 7 Does cigarette smoke travel up or down?
- 8 Can you get evicted for smoking in a non smoking apartment?
- 9 How do you neutralize cigarette smoke?
- 10 Can smoke go through walls?
- 11 Can you smoke in a rental property?
Can you be evicted for the smell of weed?
Because weed is still federally illegal, any landlord can evict you for smoking weed. Cigarette and marijuana smoke lingers around for quite a bit of time, even when people try to cover it up. Smoking also creates odors and stains that can damage property and turn away prospective tenants.
How can I get my neighbor to stop smoking?
Be calm, polite, stick to the issue, and ask what solutions might be available. Bring with you or include your doctor’s note about exposure to secondhand smoke if applicable. Ask other neighbors who are being affected by secondhand smoke to attend the meeting with you or send letters too.
What can you do if your apartment neighbor smokes?
Your city or county health department or local smokefree coalition can assist you. Even if there isn’t currently a law in your area, there may be efforts underway to track complaints about drifting smoke in housing, encourage landlords to make their buildings smokefree, and other local resources that you can utilize.
Can I smoke weed in my rental?
In Alberta, the government says “renters, condo-dwellers and those who live in multi-family dwellings may be restricted from growing cannabis in their homes based on rules established in rental agreements or condominium bylaws.”
Can I sue my neighbor for smoking?
Your neighbor could be responsible for harming you directly by smoking, and your landlord could be responsible for knowing about the drifting smoke and failing to do any thing to protect you from it. So you may be able to sue both your landlord and your neighbor, or you may be able to sue only one or the other.
Do smokers have rights?
There is no such thing as a constitutional “right to smoke,” since the U.S. Constitution does not extend special protection to smokers. Smoking is not a specially protected liberty right under the Due Process Clause of the Constitution.
Does cigarette smoke travel up or down?
There are some building dynamics which will affect pressurization such as stack effect. This is the movement from the air in lower levels to higher levels. Therefore, if the smoker is in the unit below you, the secondhand smoke will usually move up into your unit easier than it could move down into a lower unit.
Can you get evicted for smoking in a non smoking apartment?
A landlord who has included a no-smoking policy in a lease or rental agreement can terminate the tenancy of or evict a tenant who smokes. Otherwise, don’t enter into a lease or rental agreement knowing that you’re going to violate the no-smoking rule.
How do you neutralize cigarette smoke?
The following materials are believed to be capable of absorbing or neutralizing tobacco smoke odors, at least temporarily:
- vinegar. Place a bowl of vinegar in each affected room overnight.
- baking soda.
- coffee grounds.
Can smoke go through walls?
Secondhand smoke can travel through doorways, cracks in walls, electrical lines, ventilation systems and plumbing.
Can you smoke in a rental property?
Is this bylaw legal in NSW and if not can it be removed? The bylaw clearly states that Owners, tenants, or friends are not allowed to smoke inside your own apartment under any circumstances.