The Legislative Assembly finds that:
(1) This state has a large stock of existing farmworker housing that does not meet minimum health and safety standards and is in need of rehabilitation;
(2) It is not feasible to rehabilitate much of the existing farmworker housing stock to meet building code standards;
(3) In order to assure that minimum standards are met in all farmworker housing in this state, certain interim measures must be taken; and
(4) Limited rehabilitation, outside city boundaries, must be allowed to a lesser standard than that set forth in the existing building codes. [1989 c.964 §3; 2001 c.613 §12]
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