How to Comply with NYC's New Smoking Policy Rule

How to Comply with NYC's New Smoking Policy Rule



In August 2017, New York City passed Local Law 147, which requires residential buildings with three or more residential units to create a policy on smoking and to share it with current and future tenants. For years, the city has banned smoking in the common areas of buildings with 10 or more apartments. With the passage of this law, which takes effect Aug. 28, 2018, the city extended this prohibition to include buildings with three or more units.

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