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§ 6-810. Remedies Not Excluded.

(1) Nothing in the above provisions shall relieve the seller or lessor of the duties to abate any lead-based paint hazards in the housing required by law or regulation, or, if at any time required by law, a lead service line or lead plumbing components, or any other duties otherwise established by law to protect against lead-based paint hazards, lead service lines, or lead plumbing components. The seller or lessor is also not relieved of any liability for damages or other relief under any applicable law or legal theory arising from the disclosure of lead-based paint, lead service lines, or lead plumbing components in the housing.

(2) Nothing in the above provision shall relieve the seller or lessor of the obligation under the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act, 43 P.S. § 955, not to discriminate in the sale or rental of housing to families with children.

(3) The inclusion of a provision in a document related to the sale or rental of housing which would preclude the sale or rental to a family with children because the housing contains lead-based paint or lead-based paint hazards, or, in the case of rentals, lead service lines or lead plumbing components, is prohibited. Any seller or lessor who attempts to preclude the sale or rental of housing to a family with children because of the existence of lead-based paint or lead-based paint hazards or, in the case of rentals, lead service lines or lead plumbing components, shall, in addition to any other legal actions, be subject to the penalties provided in Section 6-811 below.

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