Maine Revised Statutes

Title 22, Chapter  252: LEAD POISONING CONTROL ACT
22 §1314. Short title
22 §1314-A. Goal
22 §1315. Definitions
22 §1315-A. Authority of the department
22 §1316. Restrictions on use of lead-based substances
22 §1316-A. Restrictions on lead-containing children's products
22 §1317. Sale of lead base articles restricted (REPEALED)
22 §1317-A. Early diagnosis program (REPEALED)
22 §1317-B. Educational and publicity program
22 §1317-C. Screening by health care providers
22 §1317-D. Lead poisoning risk assessment and blood lead level testing program
22 §1318. Warning on lead base substance (REPEALED)
22 §1319. Report by physicians of suspected lead poisoning (REPEALED)
22 §1319-A. Laboratory testing (REPEALED)
22 §1319-B. Inspection of residential child-care facilities and preschool facilities (REPEALED)
22 §1319-C. Screening for potential lead hazards
22 §1319-D. Laboratory testing
22 §1320. Inspection of dwelling units and child-occupied facilities by department
22 §1320-A. Inspection of dwellings by department
22 §1321. Notice and removal
22 §1322. Child occupants
22 §1322-A. Licensure of lead inspectors and lead abatement personnel (REPEALED)
22 §1322-B. Training program certification (REPEALED)
22 §1322-C. Laboratory certification
22 §1322-D. Reports and records (REPEALED)
22 §1322-E. Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund
22 §1322-F. Lead poisoning prevention fee (WHOLE SECTION TEXT EFFECTIVE UNTIL CONTINGENCY: See T. 22, §1322-F, sub-§4)
22 §1323. Rules
22 §1324. No impairment to civil damages; local ordinances
22 §1324-A. Liability of owners; damages (REPEALED)
22 §1325. Violation
22 §1326. Injunction requiring removal
22 §1327. Essential maintenance practices
22 §1328. Residential real property disclosure statement forms (REPEALED)
22 §1329. Lead poisoning warning statement