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2010/139: The refusal to grant a waiver of Building Code Clause F4 for a deck barrier

Abbreviation
2010/139
Valid from
23/12/2010

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Determination
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The matter for determination was whether the decision of the authority to refuse to grant a waiver under section 67 of the Act, for a section of a barrier between an existing deck and a new lower deck (the transition barrier) with respect to Building Code Clause F4, was correct.

There was no advisement of any dispute regarding the sections of the barrier to the new (lower) deck and it appeared that, apart from the height, the authority had not raised any other issues as to the compliance of the barrier.

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2010/139: The refusal to grant a waiver of Building Code Clause F4 for a deck barrier

Description

The matter for determination was whether the decision of the authority to refuse to grant a waiver under section 67 of the Act, for a section of a barrier between an existing deck and a new lower deck (the transition barrier) with respect to Building Code Clause F4, was correct.

There was no advisement of any dispute regarding the sections of the barrier to the new (lower) deck and it appeared that, apart from the height, the authority had not raised any other issues as to the compliance of the barrier.

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2010/139: The refusal to grant a waiver of Building Code Clause F4 for a deck barrier
Description

The matter for determination was whether the decision of the authority to refuse to grant a waiver under section 67 of the Act, for a section of a barrier between an existing deck and a new lower deck (the transition barrier) with respect to Building Code Clause F4, was correct.

There was no advisement of any dispute regarding the sections of the barrier to the new (lower) deck and it appeared that, apart from the height, the authority had not raised any other issues as to the compliance of the barrier.

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