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Effective January 1, 2014, smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors must now include a display of the date of manufacture of the device, a place to write the date of installation, a notice about the end of its “life span” and a hush feature. If the device is battery-operated, it must contain a non-removable, non-replaceable battery with a life span of at least 10-years.
Under existing law, the landlord-owner of a multi-unit dwelling is responsible for testing and maintaining detectors. Beginning January 1, 2014, owners of single family rental units will also be responsible for testing and maintaining these devices.
Also beginning January 1, 2014, in ALL dwelling units intended for human occupancy for which a building permit is issued for alterations, repairs, or additions, the permit issuer will be prohibited from signing off the completion of the work until it is demonstrated that all smoke and carbon monoxide detectors required are the type approved by the State Fire Marshall.
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