California Methamphetamine or Fentanyl Contamination Disclosure

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If a rental unit has been contaminated by meth or fentanyl or is in remediation, Landlords must disclose this to Tenants & provide them with the remediation order.

Document Last Modified: 10/12/2023

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Methamphetamine or Fentanyl Contamination

California Health & Safety Code Section 25400.28 requires Landlords to disclose to prospective Tenants any contamination or remediation due to the production of methamphetamine or fentanyl. In addition, Landlords must provide new Tenants with a copy of any remediation orders or copies of tests showing that contamination levels are safe.

This Disclosure and relevant attachments must be reviewed and signed by all prospective Tenants prior to entering into a Lease Agreement. In addition, the Disclosure should be attached to the California Lease Agreement.

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