20-15-4 . Notice--Response.

Within fifteen business days after an alleged aggrieved party serves or sends a notice pursuant to §  20-15-2 , the property owner, agent, or other responsible party of the property where the alleged violation occurred shall respond to the notice by personal service or certified mail to the alleged aggrieved party. That response shall:

(1) Expressly state that improvements will be made to bring the property into compliance with applicable accessibility laws;

(2) Challenge the validity of the alleged violation. If the property owner, agent, or other responsible party responds in this manner, the alleged aggrieved party may file an action, subject to any applicable statutes of limitations, any time after receipt of that response; or

(3) State that the alleged violations identified by the alleged aggrieved party have been corrected to comply with applicable accessibility laws. The property owner, agent, or other responsible party shall attach evidence to the response that verifies those improvements.

Source: SL 2020, ch 72, § 4.