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Residential Real Estate Disclose Large Plant Grow

Concerning the obligation of the seller of residential real property to disclose the prior use of the property for indoor horticultural operations.
2016 Regular Session
Civil Law
Liquor, Tobacco, & Marijuana
Public Health
Bill Summary

The bill requires the Colorado real estate commission to adopt rules for the disclosure in a listing contract, contract of sale, or seller's disclosure of whether the property was used for the cultivation of 7 or more plants of specified size using any amount of pesticides or fertilizers. An exemption from the disclosure requirement is provided if the seller has the property inspected and certified safe by a qualified inspector. Section 2 of the bill authorizes and directs the state board of health, in consultation with the commissioner of agriculture, to adopt rules for the training and certification of inspectors.

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)




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Prime Sponsor

Rep. K. Conti



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