Check if tenants responded to annual window guard and lead-based paint notice.

All tenants’ responses to the Dept. of Health & Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) “Annual Notice: Protect Your Child from Lead Poisoning and Window Falls” are due today. If a tenant doesn’t return a signed and dated annual notice to you by today and you don’t know if the tenant needs or wants window guards, DOHMH regulations require that by March 1, 2019, you inspect the tenant’s apartment at “reasonable” times to determine whether a child 10 years or younger resides in the apartment and, if so, whether window guards are properly installed.

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