2011 Louisiana Laws
Revised Statutes
TITLE 37 — Professions and occupations
RS 37:2185 — Licensing required

LA Rev Stat § 37:2185 What's This?

§2185. Licensing required

A. Beginning July 1, 2004, no person shall engage in or conduct, or advertise or hold himself out as engaging in or conducting the business of, or acting in the capacity of a person who conducts mold remediation unless such person holds a mold remediation license as provided for in this Chapter.

B. The following persons shall not be required to obtain a license issued pursuant to this Chapter:

(1) A residential property owner who performs mold remediation on his own property.

(2) A nonresidential property owner, or the employee of such owner, who performs mold remediation on an apartment building owned by that person that has more than four dwelling units.

(3) An owner or tenant, or a managing agent or employee of an owner or tenant, who performs mold remediation on property owned or leased by the owner or tenant. This exemption does not apply if the managing agent or employee engages in the business of performing mold remediation for the public.

(4) An employee of a licensee who performs mold remediation while supervised by the licensee.

(5) A licensed residential building contractor who performs mold assessment or mold remediation services no more than twenty square feet when acting within the scope of his license.

Acts 2003, No. 880, §1.

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