Even if a city ordinance banned home cultivation using the nuisance provision, Dean says, someone who flouts the rule still wouldn’t face felony charges as they would now. Instead, a resident caught with an indoor grow room in a city that banned cultivation would receive a cease and desist notice. Ignoring that could lead to a local ordinance violation, which in turn could result in a misdemeanor conviction or fine..
You agree not to use the Premises for any activity or purpose that violates any criminal law or governmental regulation. Your breach of any duty contained in this paragraph after commencement of tenancy shall be considered material, and shall result in the termination of Your tenancy with NO REFUND OF RENT. Exclusions within the ADP specifically limit OBR’s obligation to repair/replace and does not cover or release the Tenant from liability for damage due to the following: 1) intentional, willful, reckless, or malicious acts of the Tenant or others on the Premises during the tenancy; 2) damage by pets; 3) theft from the Premises of either the Owner property or property belonging to the Tenant; 4) gross negligence of Tenant or intentional misuse of furnishings, appliances, equipment, or other amenities provided with the home; 5) damage caused while under the influence of alcohol or drugs; 6) damages to real property, furnishings, or any vehicles resulting from operation of a motorized vehicle by a Tenant; 7) damages related to smoking in “NO Smoking” homes; 8) damage caused by henna dye and self tanning products.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama Rabbi Steven Sager, who has taught for 20 years at Duke Divinity School, directs the Wildacres Interfaith Institute and directs Sicha/Conversation, a project to encourage conversations between classical and contemporary Jewish culture, will deliver the keynote address for the Interfaith Mission Service annual awards banquet. Sager, who is nationally known as a preacher, teacher and interfaith leader, will speak on My beloved knocks! Opportunities for (Divine) presence. Prefer conversation to lecture,” Sager said.
Mine related activities responsible for starting coal fires include cutting and welding, explosives and electrical work, and smoking which may ignite gases such as methane and hydrogen (Mine Safety and Health Administration, 1996; Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, 2001). Coal fires raging across the Xinjiang autonomous region of northern China, for example, are thought by Chinese officials to have started accidentally in small illegal mineshafts excavated by local farmers (Wingfield Hayes, 2000). Noxious gases and particulates released by combustion associated with one such fire, the Liu Huangou coalfield fire, are being blown by winds over the region’s capital city, Urumqi, one of the 10 worst polluted cities in the world (Wingfield Hayes, 2000)..