Bill Detail: SB23-206

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Title Disclose Radon Information Residential Property
Status Governor Signed (06/05/2023)
Bill Subjects
  • Housing
House Sponsors E. Sirota (D)
Senate Sponsors F. Winter (D)
House Committee Public and Behavioral Health & Human Services
Senate Committee Local Government and Housing
Date Introduced 03/20/2023

The bill requires the seller of residential real estate and a landlord
of residential real estate to provide to prospective buyers and tenants in
  • A warning statement about the dangers of radon and the
need for testing;
  • Any knowledge the seller or landlord has of the residential
real property's radon concentrations and history, including
tests performed, reports written, and mitigation conducted;
  • A copy of the most recent brochure published by the
department of public health and environment that provides
advice about radon in real estate transactions.
If a seller fails to provide the written disclosures, the buyer has a
claim for relief against the seller for damages to the buyer resulting from
the failure plus court costs. If a landlord fails to provide the written
disclosures or fails to mitigate an elevated radon level, the tenant may
void the lease without penalty.
A real estate broker must take reasonable steps to ensure the real
estate broker's clients comply with the bill.

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