The court preliminary enjoined the occupant of a condominium apartment unit “from allowing or permitting smoke and excessively loud noises to permeate beyond the subject Unit and into other areas of the Building.” In so doing, the Court acknowledged that the Condominium sufficiently demonstrated that the apartment occupant was creating a nuisance in violation of the Condominium’s bylaws and house rules, which nuisance ought to be enjoined due to the conduct “present[ing] a danger to the health and well-being of the Building’s occupants . . . .”
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