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HB24-1315

Study on Remediation of Property Damaged by Fire

Concerning a study regarding standards for the remediation of residential premises after a property has been damaged in a fire, and, in connection therewith, studying properties damaged by smoke, soot, ash, and other contaminants as a result of the fire.
Session:
2024 Regular Session
Subjects:
Housing
Insurance
Public Health
Bill Summary

The bill requires the division of insurance (division) to conduct a study regarding the remediation of residential premises that have been damaged from smoke, soot, ash, and other contaminants as a result of a fire. The study focuses on existing practices for the remediation of homes that have been damaged by smoke, soot, ash, and other contaminants as a result of a fire and requires the division to make recommendations for establishing uniform standards related to such remediation. The division may contract with a third party to conduct all or part of the study. The division must submit a report of the study's findings and recommendations to certain committees of the general assembly by January 1, 2026.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)

Status

Introduced
Under Consideration

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Prime Sponsor

Rep. J. Amabile, Rep. K. Brown

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