What’s the difference between the pamphlet Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home and the lead warning statement required in a contract or lease?

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“Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home” was written by the EPA and is a small booklet containing about 16 pages that generally discusses the sources of lead, where to obtain additional information and what precautions a person should take when buying or leasing a dwelling with lead-based paint. The pamphlet is to be provided to each buyer or tenant as information. The lead warning statement is specific language, prescribed by the rules, that must be contained in the contract to sell or lease. The lead warning statement will be placed in the addendum that will be attached to the lease or contracts. It is a short paragraph about lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards.

Source: TAR

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