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2010/001: Whether an existing shopping centre is insanitary under section 123 of the Building Act

Abbreviation
2010/002
Valid from
20/01/2010

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Determination
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The matters for determination under sections 177(a) and 177(e) of the Act are whether: The shopping centre, without the provision of sanitary facilities for use by the public ('patrons of the shopping centre') complies with the requirements of Building Code Clause G1 Personal Hygiene (); and whether the shopping centre is insanitary as defined in section 123 of the Act.

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2010/001: Whether an existing shopping centre is insanitary under section 123 of the Building Act

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The matters for determination under sections 177(a) and 177(e) of the Act are whether: The shopping centre, without the provision of sanitary facilities for use by the public ('patrons of the shopping centre') complies with the requirements of Building Code Clause G1 Personal Hygiene (); and whether the shopping centre is insanitary as defined in section 123 of the Act.

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2010/001: Whether an existing shopping centre is insanitary under section 123 of the Building Act
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The matters for determination under sections 177(a) and 177(e) of the Act are whether: The shopping centre, without the provision of sanitary facilities for use by the public ('patrons of the shopping centre') complies with the requirements of Building Code Clause G1 Personal Hygiene (); and whether the shopping centre is insanitary as defined in section 123 of the Act.

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