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2006/108: Can NZS/AS 3500.2:2003 be used as a means of establishing compliance with the New Zealand Building Code?

Abbreviation
2006/108
Valid from
13/11/2006

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Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Determination
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PDF

Description

The territorial authority declined to issue building consents because the proposed method of venting foul water pipes in a proposed apartment building was an alternative solution to that described in the Acceptable Solution to Building Code Clause G13 "Foul water".

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2006/108: Can NZS/AS 3500.2:2003 be used as a means of establishing compliance with the New Zealand Building Code?

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The territorial authority declined to issue building consents because the proposed method of venting foul water pipes in a proposed apartment building was an alternative solution to that described in the Acceptable Solution to Building Code Clause G13 "Foul water".

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2006/108: Can NZS/AS 3500.2:2003 be used as a means of establishing compliance with the New Zealand Building Code?
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The territorial authority declined to issue building consents because the proposed method of venting foul water pipes in a proposed apartment building was an alternative solution to that described in the Acceptable Solution to Building Code Clause G13 "Foul water".

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2006/108: Can NZS/AS 3500.2:2003 be used as a means of establishing compliance with the New Zealand Building Code?

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