Most People in Newfoundland and Labrador Support Landlords Altering Lease Agreements to Ban Smoking of Marijuana in Their Buildings

Article by The Telegram

Most people in Newfoundland and Labrador support landlords altering lease agreements to ban smoking of marijuana in their buildings The Telegram

Seven in 10 Atlantic Canadians — 74 per cent of residents of Newfoundland and Labrador — support landlords having the right to alter current lease agreements to ban the smoking of marijuana in their buildings once legalized, according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates (CRA) Inc.

According to a news release, CRA states there has been considerable debate regarding whether landlords should have the right to alter current lease agreements to ban the smoking of marijuana in their buildings once it is legalized come July 1.

Lease agreements do not contain language concerning marijuana due to its current illegal status.

Overall, seven in 10 (72 per cent) of Atlantic Canadians support landlords having the right to alter current lease agreements to ban the smoking of marijuana, with just over four in 10 (44 per cent) of residents expressing complete support in this regard. Meanwhile, one-quarter (23 per cent) of residents oppose landlords having the right to alter current lease agreements for this reason.

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