- What can I do about neighbours smoking?
- Can I smoke on my balcony?
- How do I stop smoke drift?
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Leanne Habib, Premium Strata
The new NSW legislation introduced in November 2016 has recognised that smoking may cause nuisance or hazard to another person. How has this changed the rules around smoking in strata buildings?
Frank Higginson, Hynes Legal
When it comes to FAQs about strata living – smoking is one of the biggies. If you want to know the rules about smoking in strata, particularly Queensland strata, read this. Can I smoke on my balcony? What about no-smoking by-laws?
Tim Graham, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers
The absence of a specific Model Rule regarding smoking on common property or within lots creates uncertainty for both occupants and owners corporations seeking to rely on the Model Rules to prevent smoke infiltration.
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