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  67.2819.  Advertisement of availability of contracts, requirements — prohibited acts of board. — 1.  The clean energy development board or its agents shall not permit contractors or other third parties to advertise the availability of residential assessment contracts that are administered by the board, or to solicit property owners on behalf of the board, unless both of the following requirements are met:

  (1)  The contractor maintains any permits, licenses, or registrations required for engaging in its business in the jurisdiction where it operates and maintains bond and insurance coverage in minimum amounts determined by the clean energy development board or higher amounts as required in the jurisdiction where the contractor is licensed or registered; and

  (2)  The clean energy development board or its agents obtain the contractor's written agreement that the contractor or third party shall act in accordance with chapter 407 and other applicable advertising and marketing laws and regulations.

  2.  The clean energy development board or its agents shall not provide any direct or indirect cash payment or other thing of material value to a contractor or third party in excess of the actual price charged by that contractor or third party to the property owner for one or more qualified improvements financed by an assessment contract.

  3.  The clean energy development board or its agents shall not provide to a contractor engaged in soliciting financing agreements on behalf of the clean energy development board or its agents any information that discloses the maximum amount of funds for which a property owner may be eligible for qualifying improvements or the amount of equity in a property.

  4.  The clean energy development board or its agents shall not reimburse a contractor or third party for expenses for advertising and marketing campaigns that solely benefit the contractor.

  5.  The clean energy development board or its agents may reimburse a contractor's bona fide and reasonable training expenses related to PACE financing, provided that:

  (1)  The training expenses are actually incurred by the contractor; and

  (2)  The reimbursement is paid directly to the contractor, and is not paid to its salespersons or agents.

  6.  The clean energy development board or its agents shall not provide any direct cash payment or other thing of value to a property owner explicitly conditioned upon the property owner entering into an assessment contract.  Notwithstanding the provisions of this subsection to the contrary, programs or promotions that offer reduced fees or interest rates to property owners are not a direct cash payment or other thing of value, provided that the reduced fee or interest rate is reflected in the assessment contract and in no circumstance provided to the property owner as cash consideration.  A contractor shall not provide a different price for a project financed under this section than the contractor would provide if paid in cash by the property owner.

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(L. 2021 H.B. 697)


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