The California Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act of 2010 requires the owner of a dwelling unit intended for human occupancy install a carbon monoxide device, approved and listed by the
State Fire Marshal pursuant to Section 13263, in each existing dwelling unit having a fossil fuel burning heater or appliance, fireplace, or an attached garage.
In most cases, California home sellers must also disclose whether or not the home has a carbon monoxide detector installed. The CAR version of the California Transfer Disclosure Statement (TDS) has a checkbox which enables sellers to satisfy this disclosure requirement.
How Can I get a Copy of the Correct Disclosure Form?
We will provide you a copy of any California Association of Realtors disclosure form for free upon submitting a flat fee MLS listing through our website.
See the California Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act of 2010 for complete details.
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