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May 6 - May 12, 2013

The buyer of a foreclosed, century-old home sold for $3,600 was awarded $115,000 because she did not receive an EPA lead notice. Who should be responsible for such notifications?


The owner should remain legally bound to notify the buyer, no matter what.
No one. Buyers should know better.
The owner should notify the buyer, but it should not be a legal requirement.

Voting for this poll closed on Sunday, May 12, 2013



Tagged categories: EPA; Health and safety; Lead; Lead; Maintenance + Renovation; Residential
   

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