Mold Law Minnesota
Minnesota Statutes § 123B.57
Provides that in order to receive state health and safety revenue, school districts must adopt a health and safety policy. Requires that the policy include provisions for implementing a health and safety program that complies with best practices for IAQ management. Establishes that health and safety revenues may be used for HYAC upgrades and mold abatement activities.
Minnesota Statutes § 273.11
Provides that the owner of a homestead property may apply to the tax assessor for a reduction in the market value of a property that has been damaged by mold, where the costs to repair the mold are at least $20,000. Requires the owner to file a form following completion of the remediation work, which may result in an increase in market value.
Minnesota Statutes § 326B.11S
Requires the Commissioner of Labor and Industry to review the appropriateness of model energy codes for one- and two-family residential buildings and to take steps to adopt a code. Prohibits the Commissioner from adopting a model energy code without research and analysis that addresses air quality and moisture, among other issues.