The new law, however, while defining what a sprinkler system is, does not define what a “lease” is or what “premises” are. The law is effective through the entire State of New York and makes no exceptions for premises that are governmentally regulated or even governmentally run. However, while stating what must exist, the law has no enforcement mechanism on its face and no penalty stated for non-compliance. However, where there is no question whether the document in question really is some kind of lease, it appears clear that the law covers both main leases and subleases, both new leases and renewal leases.
Short and simple, the law says, “1. Every residential lease shall provide conspicuous notice in bold face type as to the existence or non-existence of a maintained and operative sprinkler system in the leased premises. 2. For purposes of this section, “sprinkler system” shall have the same meaning as defined in section one hundred fifty-five-a of the executive law. 3. If there is a maintained and operative sprinkler system in the leased premises, the residential lease agreement shall provide further notice as to the last date of maintenance and inspection.”
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