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New Hampshire Has New Bed Bug Law

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The new law requires landlords to investigate a report of a bed bug infestation within seven days.

| December 30, 2013

The start of the New Year brings with it changes to some laws in New Hampshire.

One of the changes going into effect has to do with bed bug infestation.The new law requires landlords to investigate a report of a bed bug infestation within seven days, NPR reorts.

Rick Castillo with the state’s Bed Bug Action Committee says the law also outlines the rights of tenants and landlords when an outbreak occurs.

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Source: NPR


 

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