Plant which, when consumed, causes a euphoric effect. It may take the form, without limitation, of :
A source of permanent controversy in co-ownership, cannabis and tobacco smoking arouse passions. However, it is recognized that there is no inalienable right for a co-owner to smoke in the common portions or in a private portion. On the contrary, the common law on abnormal neighbourhood disturbances and the effects of second-hand smoke on the health of people exposed to it advocate prohibition. In this regard, the right to life and to the safety and integrity of the person enshrined in the Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms is moving towards an obligation to abstain from smoking in collective dwellings. Under the circumstances, should co-ownership syndicates banish this habit? This is not an easy question to answer. Easier said than done, some will say. And they are not wrong. Here’s a look at the whole legal issue that defines smoking in co-ownerships.
Cette webradio traite de l'usage prohibé du cannabis dans plusieurs copropriétés au Québec, des occupants qui enfreignent cette interdiction, ainsi que des problèmes qu'entraîne la migration d'odeurs, en raison d'une mauvaise compartimentation entre les appartements d'un immeuble.