Since it appears based on your lease that your neighbor, the other tenant, is violating the lease (assuming that their lease is the same), you may want to demand that your landlord enforce the non-smoking clause of the lease by telling that tenant to cease all the smoking or move out. If your neighbor refuses to honor the non-smoking clause, it is up to the landlord to take the next step and evict the tenant. You may also argue that your landlord is violating your right to quiet enjoyment by permitting this tenant to smoke. Any communication that you have with your landlord should be in writing as well. You should consult with a real estate/landlord & tenant attorney in your area for further guidance. Good luck!
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It is highly doubtful that any lease would say no smoking is allowed on the premises. They would typically say no smoking in the apartment unit, which is why your neighbor goes outside to smoke. If you don't like the smoke, you have two options. 1) close the windows. 2) move out.
You might be able to terminate the leas early without penalty based on the smoke, but as of now, there is no law in Florida against smoking on the balcony of one's home.
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Possibly. The bigger issue is whether it bothers you enough to spend thousands of dollars on lawyers fees to address the issue. If you are so inclined there are plenty of lawyers on AVVO for you to contact to retain their services.Ask a similar question