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How we Comply, Our Plan
All employees are given a copy of this policy and are further trained on this policy when accessing the “Do Not Call Sentry” website. Employees are require to acknowledge that they took the Do Not Call Sentry Training
For buyers and seller/Landlords and Tenants of one to four family residential properties or vacant one-family lots.
The form is required to be delivered & explained to all customer at or prior to the first business meeting and prior to any material discussion of their desire to buy or sell. That means that before you discuss and details about their situation or what they want and certainly before the first showing of a house.
|Inform buyer/seller – lessee/landlord of the four business relationships. For a buyer that would mean give them a copy of the CIS & explain the 4 business relationships prior to the first discussion at which the buyer’s motivation or financial ability to buy is discussed and for a seller the same thing prior to the first discussion of the seller’s motivation to sell and prior to discussion of a selling price.
Buyer Agency Agreements must contain a statement that the customer has received a copy of the CIS, which buyer agency agreement does.
Our office policy is to have all buyers sign our buyer agency agreement. If a buyer refuses to sign our buyer agency agreement then have them sign the CIS Form. The original of either signed document will be given to the office manager. The law does not require anything to be signed but if you don't get one of the documents signed you will not have any proof that you complied with the law.
So for example if you are meeting a buyer for the first time, even if that meeting is in front of the home you intend to show them, you will give the buyer a copy of the CIS and explain it to them. You should then ask the buyer which one of the representations they wish to work with you under.
WHO IS COVERED
1. Multiple dwellings - three or more units.
2. Common interest communities such as Condominium Association or Cooperatives.
WHAT IS COVERED
1. Any window in a room or hallway on the first floor if the sill of the window is more than six (6) feet above grade.
2. Any hazardous condition at the location of the window regardless of height.
About the Law
1. In all new Leases, Appendix 27A which is the model form in the Administrative Code must be included either in the Lease or as an Addendum to the Lease to give any perspective Tenant notice of the Tenant's rights to request the installation of window guards. This includes a Lease by a condominium owner to a Tenant for an individual condominium unit.
2. Verbal notification to the new Tenant is also required; this may be in a written document separate from the Lease, and the owner must keep a record of this notification.
3. Twice each year, the owner must deliver to each Tenant, a clear and legible notice either by hand delivery or certified mail. One notice is required only in the year that the Lease was signed. The owner must maintain a record of compliance.
4. Post Notice - This must be posted in the common area; the notice would be recommended to be in the form of Appendix 27A. The notice must include the obligation of the owner to install window guards at the request of the Tenant and the obligation of the Tenant to check the window guards.
5. A three story building or higher - in January or February of each year, an orientation program must be conducted; a brochure in the form of Appendix 27B of the Code should be distributed; the Landlord must record attendance and post the notice of the meeting two weeks ahead of time. This meeting is also required where public funds or public assistance is given for either construction of the building or assistance in the payment of Tenant's rents.
1. Any Tenant having a child of the age of 10 or under, may request installation.
2. The Tenant may be required to pay up to $20.00 per window for installation.
1. The Code provides for specifications for approved window guards.
2. Window stops do not fill the requirement under the Code.
3. The Tenant can request owner to repair; if the owner does not repair, the Tenant may contact the Bureau of Housing Inspection at 609-633-6210.
4. Tenant may request removal. I recommend same be in writing.
5. Condominium installation - who installs?
(a) Inside the condominium unit - the owner of the unit installs.
(b) Hallways - the Community Association installs
(c) The Tenant must make a separate request to both the owner and the Association if they want window guards installed in both areas.