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Is your smoking disturbing another tenant?
The landlord cannot evict you for smoking in your home.
This is only grounds for eviction if the lease states you cannot smoke or if your smoking is a nuisance to some other tenant.
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You should not have signed but if she takes you to the landlord tenant board for an eviction order you will say you signed as you were forced to and you do not want to leave and will smoke and this is simply not a ground for eviction. The law is clear.
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