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2010/020: The refusal to issue a code compliance certificate for a 7 year-old block of four semi-detached townhouses

Abbreviation
2010/020
Valid from
08/03/2010

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Determination
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PDF

Description

This determination arises from the decision of the authority to refuse to issue a code compliance certificate for a 6-year-old building, because the building is part of a multi-unit development and it is not satisfied that the building work complies with certain clauses of the Building Code (First Schedule, Building Regulations 1992).

In order to determine, in terms of section 177(b)(i) of the Act, whether the authority was correct to decline to issue the code compliance certificate, the following matters must be considered:

  1. Whether the claddings as installed comply with Clauses B2 Durability and E2 External Moisture;
  2. Whether certain building elements in Block I, other than the claddings, comply with the other relevant clauses of the Building Code;
  3. Whether the authority, in response to an application from the owners, is required to amend the building consent for the development, which includes Block I, so that Block I has its own separate building consent. That would make it possible for the authority to issue a code compliance certificate in respect of Block I.

There are limited inspection records available for some of the blocks within the development.

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Description

This determination arises from the decision of the authority to refuse to issue a code compliance certificate for a 6-year-old building, because the building is part of a multi-unit development and it is not satisfied that the building work complies with certain clauses of the Building Code (First Schedule, Building Regulations 1992).

In order to determine, in terms of section 177(b)(i) of the Act, whether the authority was correct to decline to issue the code compliance certificate, the following matters must be considered:

  1. Whether the claddings as installed comply with Clauses B2 Durability and E2 External Moisture;
  2. Whether certain building elements in Block I, other than the claddings, comply with the other relevant clauses of the Building Code;
  3. Whether the authority, in response to an application from the owners, is required to amend the building consent for the development, which includes Block I, so that Block I has its own separate building consent. That would make it possible for the authority to issue a code compliance certificate in respect of Block I.

There are limited inspection records available for some of the blocks within the development.

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2010/020: The refusal to issue a code compliance certificate for a 7 year-old block of four semi-detached townhouses
Description

This determination arises from the decision of the authority to refuse to issue a code compliance certificate for a 6-year-old building, because the building is part of a multi-unit development and it is not satisfied that the building work complies with certain clauses of the Building Code (First Schedule, Building Regulations 1992).

In order to determine, in terms of section 177(b)(i) of the Act, whether the authority was correct to decline to issue the code compliance certificate, the following matters must be considered:

  1. Whether the claddings as installed comply with Clauses B2 Durability and E2 External Moisture;
  2. Whether certain building elements in Block I, other than the claddings, comply with the other relevant clauses of the Building Code;
  3. Whether the authority, in response to an application from the owners, is required to amend the building consent for the development, which includes Block I, so that Block I has its own separate building consent. That would make it possible for the authority to issue a code compliance certificate in respect of Block I.

There are limited inspection records available for some of the blocks within the development.

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2010/020: The refusal to issue a code compliance certificate for a 7 year-old block of four semi-detached townhouses

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