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2012/026: The refusal to grant a building consent for the retrofitting of foam insulation to a house

Abbreviation
2012/026
Valid from
10/04/2012

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

Description

The matters determined were:

  1. whether there was sufficient evidence for the authority to conclude on reasonable grounds that the building work and the existing building (as altered) would comply with the Building Code to the extent required by the Act;
  2. whether the authority correctly exercised its power in refusing to grant the building consent. Another determination considered the proposed installation of the insulation in a different house.

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2012/026: The refusal to grant a building consent for the retrofitting of foam insulation to a house

Description

The matters determined were:

  1. whether there was sufficient evidence for the authority to conclude on reasonable grounds that the building work and the existing building (as altered) would comply with the Building Code to the extent required by the Act;
  2. whether the authority correctly exercised its power in refusing to grant the building consent. Another determination considered the proposed installation of the insulation in a different house.

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2012/026: The refusal to grant a building consent for the retrofitting of foam insulation to a house
Description

The matters determined were:

  1. whether there was sufficient evidence for the authority to conclude on reasonable grounds that the building work and the existing building (as altered) would comply with the Building Code to the extent required by the Act;
  2. whether the authority correctly exercised its power in refusing to grant the building consent. Another determination considered the proposed installation of the insulation in a different house.
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