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2010 Maryland Code
TITLE 6 - TOXIC, CARCINOGENIC, AND FLAMMABLE SUBSTANCES
Subtitle 8 - Reduction of Lead Risk in Housing
PART I. Definitions; General Provisions.
- Section 6-801 - Definitions.
- Section 6-802 - Purpose.
- Section 6-803 - Applicability of subtitle.
- Section 6-804 - Exemptions from Part IV.
- Section 6-805 - , 6-806. [Reserved].
PART II. Lead Poisoning Prevention Commission.
- Section 6-807 - Lead Poisoning Prevention Commission.
- Section 6-808 - Meetings.
- Section 6-809 - Window replacement program.
- Section 6-810 - Study and collection of information; subcommittees; review; testing standards and regulations.
PART III. Registration of Affected Property.
- Section 6-811 - Registration.
- Section 6-812 - Renewals; acquisitions.
- Section 6-813 - Failure to register or renew; falsification of filings.
- Section 6-814 - [Reserved].
PART IV. Risk Reduction Standard for Affected Property.
- Section 6-815 - Satisfaction of risk reduction standards; enforcement officer.
- Section 6-816 - Optional lead-contaminated dust testing.
- Section 6-817 - Compliance requirements; loss of liability protection; cost of temporary relocation.
- Section 6-818 - Inspectors' accreditation and independence; certified reports.
- Section 6-819 - Modified risk reduction standard.
- Section 6-820 - Notice of tenant's rights.
- Section 6-821 - Repairs; removal from risks; refusal of tenant; accredited supervision.
- Section 6-822 - Effect of subtitle on State and local laws or housing codes; abatement orders.
- Section 6-823 - Lead poisoning information packet.
- Section 6-824 - Disclosure to prospective purchasers; transfers.
- Section 6-825 - Compliance plan for occupied affected property.
PART V. Qualified Offer.
- Section 6-826 - Definitions.
- Section 6-827 - Applicability.
- Section 6-828 - Failure to give notice to owner in compliance.
- Section 6-829 - Availability of blood tests.
- Section 6-830 - Presumption of prior lead ingestion.
- Section 6-831 - Authorized offerors; qualified offers.
- Section 6-832 - Notice of qualified offer.
- Section 6-833 - Qualified offers where parent or legal guardian is unavailable.
- Section 6-834 - Acceptance or rejection of qualified offer.
- Section 6-835 - Release of liability on acceptance.
- Section 6-836 - Protection from liability; regulatory compliance.
- Section 6-836.1 - Protection from liability; regulatory compliance - Discovery and evidentiary hearing.
- Section 6-837 - Offers of compromise.
- Section 6-838 - Noncompliance presumes negligence.
- Section 6-839 - Expenses and costs included in qualified offer; certification of compliance; regulations.
- Section 6-840 - Aggregate maximum amounts payable; payment; payments not income or asset.
- Section 6-841 - Payments under qualified offer for temporary relocation; reoccupation of affected property.
- Section 6-842 - Failure to comply or falsification of compliance with qualified offer; statute of limitations.
PART VI. Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund.
- Section 6-843 - Collection and payment of annual fee; exemptions.
- Section 6-844 - Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund.
- Section 6-845 - Data base and information collection of affected property; data availability.
PART VII. Miscellaneous.
- Section 6-846 - Notification of high blood lead to person at risk, parent and owner.
- Section 6-847 - Disclosure of blood lead test results.
- Section 6-848 - Community outreach programs; local assistance.
- Section 6-848.1 - Paint retailers to display information on lead paint reduction.
- Section 6-848.2 - Reports of noncompliance.
PART VIII. Enforcement.
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