2008/043: Refusal of a code compliance certificate for a house with a 10 year-old building consent
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The initial matter for determination was the territorial authority's decision to refuse to issue a code compliance certificate for a house because it had concerns regarding the commencement date of the durability period in relation to the external cladding. Subsequently, because the territorial authority's uncertainty as to the compliance of the external cladding of the building with relevant clauses of the Building Code, the scope of this determination was extended to cover this other matter. In order to determine these matters, the following questions must be determined: 1- Do the monolithic wall claddings, as installed to the external walls of the building, comply with the relevant clauses of the Building Code' 2- Do the claddings comply with Clause B2, taking into account the age of the building'