2006/097: The validity of a Code Compliance Certificate issued for a monolithic-clad building
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The dispute for determination was whether the agent's decision to issue a code compliance certificate (on behalf of the territorial authority) for a 4-year-old house because it was satisfied that the building complied with the Building Code was correct.
The questions to be determined were:
- Whether the validity of the code compliance certificate, which was issued by the territorial authority under section 43(3) of the Building Act 1991, for the building, should be confirmed.
- Whether the exterior claddings as installed to the external walls of the building complied with clauses B2 Durability and E2 External Moisture the Building Code.
- Whether the various other items within the house, as raised by the applicant in his application complied with the Building Code.