A provision in any articles of incorporation, declaration, bylaws, administrative
rules, house rules, or association documents of a condominium allowing for any of
the discriminatory practices listed in paragraphs (1) to (7) of section 515-3 against a person residing in a unit who has a valid certificate for the medical use
of cannabis as provided in section 329-123 in any form is void, unless the documents prohibit the smoking of tobacco and the
medical cannabis is used by means of smoking. Nothing herein shall be construed to diminish the obligation of a condominium association
to provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities pursuant to section 515-3(9).
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