In Oregon, it is a legal requirement that no one can sell a residential dwelling unless there is a state-approved smoke detector or smoke alarm installed in the dwelling unit, following the regulations set forth by the State Fire Marshal.
As a result of this state law mandate, most residential real estate sale forms include a provision in which the seller affirms that, by either the possession date or the closing date, the dwelling will be equipped with a functioning smoke detector in compliance with the law. Therefore, sellers should be aware of this smoke alarm requirement and ensure that their property is appropriately equipped before putting it on the market for sale.
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