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  • How to tell if the lead paint in your home is a health risk

    An apartment or house in New York City without any lead paint at all can be hard to find. However, not all lead paint poses a serious health risk. This resource has information on how to tell if lead paint is (or could become) dangerous and what the law requires landlords to do to repair lead paint hazards. Click the link to be taken to the resource. Content Detail

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    New York State Attorney General's Office
  • How to check for lead paint when searching for an apartment

    Federal law requires landlords to disclose to prospective tenants lead-based paint information on homes and apartments built before 1978. If you are looking at apartment built after 1978, however, the rules are different. This link will take you to more information on what prospective tenants can do to ensure safety from lead-based paint. Content Detail

    By:
    New York State Attorney General's Office

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