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New Lead Paint Laws: What you need to know.

A breakfast seminar entitled "The New Lead Paint Laws: What You Need to Know About the New York City and Federal Laws is scheduled for October 28th from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., co-sponsored by The Bronx-Manhattan Association of Realtors and ALC Environmental.

New York City has adopted a new lead paint law effective November 12, 1999 that will change the way you inspect and rent apartments. Property owners could face a $25,000 fine and one year in jail for disturbing just two square feet of paint without giving the occupants a lead warning notice.

This seminar will provide an excellent opportunity to learn how to avoid penalties for non-compliance, how to follow abatement procedure, and how the new regulations affect your business. The guest speaker is Joshua Saret, president of ALC Environmental.

For reservations and more information call (212) 242-4343 or (718) 892-3000.

"Network for Success' is the slogan which best describes this organization and is reinforced with each event," said Nunzio Del Greco, CEO of The Bronx-Manhattan Association of Realtors, the only Realtor Board in Manhattan and The Bronx representing the National Association of Realtors (NAR). BMAR is composed of licensed real estate brokers, salespersons, managing agents, property owners, attorneys, appraisers, banks, lending institutions, title companies, building service companies, involved in the real estate industry throughout the Greater New York area.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Date:Oct 20, 1999
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