LEGAL NOTICES: Chapter 189 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code requires all single family, duplex, condo, townhouse and co-op homes for sale in the city to have a Truth-in-Sale of Housing disclosure report prepared and available to prospective buyers. A Truth-in-Sale of Housing disclosure report must be done for Contract-For-Deed sales. A Truth-in-Sale of Housing (TISH) Disclosure Report in the City of Saint Paul is intended to provide basic information to the home buyer and seller prior to the time of sale. Failure to obtain a Truth-in-Sale of Housing disclosure report or failure to make that disclosure report available to prospective buyers, is a violation of law and is punishable as a misdemeanor carrying up to 90 days in jail and/or a $1,000.00 fine. A valid Truth-in-Sale of Housing disclosure report must be conspicuously displayed at the premises for all prospective buyers. TISH disclosure reports are also available online: https://online.stpaul. gov/web/portal/public-search - This report WILL NOT be used to enforce the requirements of the Legislative Code; however, this evaluation form will be used to determine if there is compliance with the requirements for a hard- wired smoke detectors. - This TISH report is based on the current Truth-in-Sale of Housing Evaluator Guidelines and is based upon different standards than the lender, Federal Housing Administration (FHA) or Veterans Administration (VA). - This TISH is not warranted, by the City of Saint Paul nor by the evaluator for the condition of the building component, nor of the accuracy of this report. - This TISH report covers only the items listed on the form and only those items visible at the time of the evaluation. - The Evaluator is not required to operate the heating plant (except during the heating season), use a ladder to observe the condition of the roofing, disassemble items or evaluate inaccessible areas. - This TISH report is valid for one year from the date of issue and only for the owner named on this report. – If this building is used for any purpose other than a single family dwelling, it may be illegally zoned. To help you determine legal uses under the zoning ordinance, contact the Zoning Administrator at (651) 266-9008. – Automatic garage doors should reverse upon striking an object. If it does not reverse, it poses a serious hazard and should be repaired or replaced immediately. – All single family residences in Saint Paul must have at least one smoke detector connected to the electrical system (hard-wired). The detector must be located near sleeping rooms. For more information call Fire Prevention, (651)228-6230. (Saint Paul Legislative Code, Chapter 58.) – Rainleaders connected to the sanitary sewer system must be disconnected. For more information call Public Works, Sewer Utility, and (651)266-6234. – A house built before 1950 may have lead paint on/in it. If children ingest lead paint, they can be poisoned. For more information call Ramsey County Public Health, (651)292-6525. – Neither the City of Saint Paul nor the Evaluator is responsible for the determination of the presence of airborne particles such as asbestos, noxious gases such as radon, or other conditions of air quality that may be present, nor the conditions which may cause the above. Questions regarding this report should be directed to the evaluator. If you desire a reinspection and amended report, please contact your evaluator. They will perform a reinspection and file an amended report with the City of Saint Paul. The TISH evaluator may charge for this reinspection. Complaints regarding this report should be directed to Department of Safety and Inspections, Truth-in-Sale of Housing Program, Phone 651- 266-8989.
1122 LAUREL AVE
Feb 27, 2017
Evaluator: Mike Moser M. J. Moser
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