The Residential Lead Based Paint
Hazard Reduction Act of 1993, or Title X, has specific requirements for owners of residential (or child-occupied) facilities built prior to 1978.
In addition, if home renovations are planned, surveys of suspect asbestos containing materials and lead based paint
should be undertaken by licensed individuals, (New York State Department of Labor certified asbestos inspector, EPA licensed lead inspector, with samples analyzed by a laboratory approved by the New York State Department of Health) with any required remediation/abatement activities performed by licensed asbestos abatement firms
Sirmans, Protecting Children From Lead Based Paint
Poisoning." Should Landlords Bear the Burden?, 23 B.C.
As a result, legislation passed in the 1970s that restricted lead based paint
and leaded gasoline usage.
5334 does not contain a provision on lead based paint
, however, NLC has been told that the House will support the Senate provision mandating testing of all federally subsidized housing units for hazardous levels of lead based paint
Carpenter testified that IREM has several concerns with the proposed lead based paint
The company admitted that it had failed to warn some tenants that their home could contain potentially hazardous lead paint, an offense under the Residential Lead Based Paint
Hazard Reduction Act of 1992.
Exemptions from LL1 are given when a property is determined to be lead based paint