Moved in June1st 2015, new company now says son time this year I won't be able to. Am I not grandfathered in on this matter?
I’m sure you had to sign a new lease with the new company and the new lease probably prohibits smoking in your apartment. If you want to smoke in your home you must buy your own place.
Landlords may change the terms of a lease either at the end of a written lease (new conditions on renewal) or with 30 days' notice if a tenant is not on a written lease.
Whether the apartment used to permit smoking does not matter.
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