2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
We’ll discuss nuisance issues, no-smoking rules, edibles, unit damage, crime, users with disabilities and how to balance the rights of cannabis consumers with those of non–consuming neighbours.
Grant Haddock, Haddock and Company Lawyers
It’s been nearly 4 years since recreational cannabis use was legalized. Learn how co-ops and other multi-unit housing providers have had to adapt to the new landscape. We’ll talk about nuisance issues, no smoking rules, edibles, unit damage, crime, users with disabilities and how to balance the rights of cannabis consumers with those of non–consuming neighbours.
was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 1992 and is the principle of Haddock & Company, Lawyers
. Grant’s core areas of practice are co-operative housing law, strata property law, residential and commercial tenancy, human rights, privacy and construction law. Grant has acted for numerous housing providers and construction companies, appearing for them at all levels of court and at various tribunals. Grant has been a course leader and frequent speaker at educational conferences sponsored by industry leaders.