No Smoking Clause In Rental Agreement

No Smoking Clause In Rental Agreement

It`s not true. Smoke damaged furniture carpet curtains etc. Why would the owner accept his disgusting bad habit? Let`s be honest, the rooms stink and the smokers stink. Get a lower quality property, where it is allowed to smoke, or better yet save us from the smell and stop. In Council housing, they check whether they are changing this situation and introducing non-smoking laws, since it is indeed a Council property, it is indeed a government building and therefore falls under the current non-smoking legislation. They do not have the clause because they would have almost empty properties. Private rentals for Council dwellings do have non-smoking clauses like almost all leases, short-term leases. However, the applicability of this clause is another problem. If the landlord is satisfied that a tenant has smoked without their permission; They must first gather evidence of it. Just to say that the space smelled like a “smoked bit” probably won`t cut it in front of a dish! To dislodge a tenant for these reasons, a landlord would have to be in possession with one of the improper grounds of possession such as Ground 12: the tenant has breached one or more conditions of the tenancy agreement, with the exception of the tenancy obligation. However, this is one of the grounds for possession if the court has discretion as to whether or not to grant a property order to an owner. That`s a great idea. As a non-smoker who suffers from severe secondary cancer problems, which causes smoke fumes from abominable people just when entering my residence, I proposed it to my landlord.

Which seems immediately paralyzed by the difficulty of evicting the damn tenants, whose rent was insured by an agency, immediately paralyzed. As a tenant of an undated house, I should have the right to do in this property, as I see it, and in law. It is permissible to smoke in your own home. By law, a tenant of a non-real estate property has property rights close to the property. It would be a very dangerous precedent if an owner was able to impose lifestyles such as a smoking ban inside the denied property.