SMOKING BY TENANT

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A smoking tenant may be subject to eviction for interfering with the rights of a landlord when their smoking violates the terms of the lease agreement or local smoking ordinances and causes substantial harm, inconvenience, or disruption.

Landlords have a legitimate interest in maintaining a safe and healthy living environment for all tenants. If a smoking tenant’s actions result in complaints from neighbors regarding secondhand smoke, property damage, or breaches of local regulations, it can disrupt the peaceful enjoyment of the premises by others. In such cases, landlords may take legal action to protect their rights, which can ultimately lead to eviction proceedings in accordance with local laws and regulations.

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