Why do I need to provide a carbon monoxide detector and smoke detectors on the property prior to the sale? If the Buyers want them, shouldn’t they provide them?

Updated March 13, 2023.

This is necessary since New York State law requires a seller of residential property to provide carbon monoxide and smoke detectors when the property is transferred and you will be required to sign a sworn statement at closing that this is the case.


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