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The Natural Hazards Disclosure law requires the seller or seller's agent to disclose whether the property is located in the following six zones:
Flood Hazard Zones, Inundation Zones, Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones, Wild land Fire Areas, Earthquake Fault Zones and Seismic Hazard Zones.
However, since you are just looking for Earthquake faults, enter the address of the house here:
This will show a color-coded map covering:
1) High Ground Shaking zone
2) Liquefaction Seismic Hazard zone
3) Earthquake Fault zone