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§27-2046.2 Duties of Owner and Occupant With Respect to Installation and Maintenance of Carbon Monoxide Detecting Devices in Class B Multiple Dwellings
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Editor's note: this §27-2046.2 has been REPEALED by L.L. 2016/157, 12/6/2016, effective 5/1/2018.
a. It shall be the duty of the owner of a class B multiple dwelling which is required to be equipped with one or more carbon monoxide detecting devices pursuant to section 908.7 of the New York city building code or sections 27-981.1, 27-981.2 and 27-981.3 of the 1968 building code to:
(1) provide and install one or more approved and operational carbon monoxide detecting devices in each dwelling unit or in the alternative, provide and install a line-operated zoned carbon monoxide detecting system with central annunciation and central office tie-in for all public corridors and public spaces, pursuant to rules promulgated by the commissioner in consultation with the department of buildings and the fire department;
(2) keep and maintain carbon monoxide detecting devices in good repair and replace such devices when necessary in accordance with article 12* of chapter 3 of title 28 of the administrative code;
(3) replace any carbon monoxide detecting device which has been stolen, removed, found missing or rendered inoperable prior to the commencement of a new occupancy of a dwelling unit;
(4) keep such records as the commissioner shall prescribe relating to the installation and maintenance of carbon monoxide detecting devices in the building, including the manufacturers suggested useful life of devices, and make such records available to the commissioner upon request.
b. It shall be unlawful for any person to tamper with or render inoperable a carbon monoxide detecting device that is required under article seven of subchapter seventeen of chapter one of this title, except for replacing the batteries or for other maintenance purposes.
c. The provisions of this section may be enforced by the department, the department of buildings, the fire department and the department of health and mental hygiene.
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