Notices of Access Inspection and 120-Day Grace Period

Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 55.56, as amended by Senate Bill 269 (Chapter 13, Statutes of 2016), these businesses may qualify for a 120-day grace period after the Certified Access Specialist (CASp) inspection, during which the business or property owner is not liable for minimum statutory damages in a construction-related accessibility claim, with respect to any violations noted in the CASp inspection report.

The notices posted below were completed by CASps who inspected the premises described for compliance with applicable construction-related accessibility standards. CASps must file these notices within 10 days of inspecting a business.

DISCLAIMER: Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a state agency or employee of a state agency may not be held liable for any injury or damages resulting from any service provided by a certified access specialist whose name appears on the list published pursuant to Government Code Section 4459.7(a).

Notices by Business Name - Numbers and A through M

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Notices by Business Name - N through Z

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