Lead Paint Restoration Program

Vermont Attorney General's Office starts a new program regarding lead paint. Residential Landlords - if your building was built before 1978 please make sure you are performing your EMPs and filing your Compliance Statements with the Department of Health.

The VT AG's office is offering clean slate for landlords who bring their properties into compliance and file their statements with the Department of Health.

Their next meeting is in Barre on June 19, 2018 at 4:00pm at the Aldrich Public Library.

The Attorney General's Office is also requesting that landlord fill out an anonymous survey  regarding lead paint.

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Testing Well Water in Rental Properties

The Department of Health offers water test kits for landlords who are not on a municipal water system.

You can find more information about drinking water requirements on the Department of Health website.

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Legislative Update

The Legislative/Lobbying Section of the website has been updated with all House and Senate bill introduced so far in the legislative session.

The House Bills are listed together and the Senate Bills are listed together.

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Finding Common Ground: The Definitive Guide to Renting in Vermont

At long last, the handbook for landlords and tenants is ready.  

This handbook is a joint effort between VAOA and Vermont Tenants.  Our goal was to being a useable, neutral, understandable document that both Owners and Renters could use.

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Burlington Free Press article on Renting After Violent Crime

Burlington Free Press article specifically about the homicide that occurred at Greene Street in Burlington in January 2015.

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