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Pacific Southwest Real Estate Lead Disclosure Rule - Tips & Complaints

For Use In AZ, CA, HI, NV, U.S. Pacific Islands and 148 Tribes


About the Real Estate Lead Disclosure Rule

The Disclosure Rule requires that those who sell or rent pre-1978 homes do the following:

In addition, unless waived, buyers are permitted ten days to inspect the property for lead-based paint. For complete details, see EPA's Lead Disclosure Rule.

Report a Real Estate Lead Disclosure Rule Violation
For Use In AZ, CA, HI, NV, U.S. Pacific Islands and 148 Tribes

To report a possible violation to the above requirements, please provide as much information as possible.

Items marked (required) are information that EPA MUST HAVE in order to follow-up on the tip or complaint
Note: Your contact information submitted at the end of this form can be kept confidential from sources external to EPA.

Who Is the Landlord or Seller?
Tell Us About the Property
The property that may not be in compliance with the Real Estate Lead Disclosure Rule
Help Us Determine Whether the Lead Disclosure Rule Has Been Violated
EPA takes enforcement actions against landlords, property management firms, and real estate companies that do not comply with the Disclosure Rule. To take enforcement actions, EPA needs as much of the following information as possible:
Please provide any additional details (e.g., was the pamphlet not provided, was the warning statement absent or incomplete, was information shared about lead-based paint at the property incomplete, etc.)
Contact Information for Person Lodging Complaint
Your contact information below can be kept confidential. The information submitted above is not confidential.
For Further Assistance
For additional information about the EPA’s lead-based paint requirements, visit EPA's Lead Website or call the National Lead Information Center Hotline at (800) 424-5323.