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Clearly the solution is for the smoker to share with your door neighbor. She would definitely chill out. Alternately, she could suggest edibles to the guy.But seriously, I have a neighbor who poisons the whole neighborhood by burning wet wood. The police won't deal with it because fireplaces are legal and they say he actually has the right to annoy the neighborhood that way. People talk about it on nextdoor.com, but he still does it.BTW, woodsmoke is pretty deadly, much worse than tobacco smoke. Pot smoke is strangely harmless for the most part. I don't understand it, but no one can seem to prove that pot smoke causes lung cancer.The only recourse is on "spare the air" days, when it's forbidden to use the fireplace.
BTW, woodsmoke is pretty deadly, much worse than tobacco smoke.
Anyone think a small claims court would go for this?
CovfefeButDeadly saysAnyone think a small claims court would go for this?Zero chance they care.
The neighbor should get a window unit and close his shit up and burn out all he wants. Smoking in Multifamily Units should be illegal. At least would motivate the Pot smokers to stay on the down low. I don't see Legalized Pot making it a whole generation before there is severe backlash and the pendulum swings back the other way. People don't respect those that don't smoke it.
They don't have to as long as you have proof of serve and make an appointment you will win, at least here in CA.
Can I sue my neighbor in small claims court for filling the neighborhood with smoke from his fireplace?
Can I sue my neighbor in small claims court for filling the neighborhood with smoke from his fireplace
mell saysThey don't have to as long as you have proof of serve and make an appointment you will win, at least here in CA.Wait, what? So you dont have to have proof of damages or a transgression, just proof of papers served?
In CA if you fart too much, your neighbor will probably sue you for global warming!
How does one prove this in court?