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Exempt building work - part 1 - Build 160(2017)

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Exempt building work
Valid from
01/06/2017

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BRANZ Limited
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BUILD article
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Description

Article on work exempt from requiring a building consent.

Do you know when work is exempt from requiring a building consent? This first article in a three-part series explains exempt building work and some of the common and measurable exemptions.

Checking if you need a building consent is an important step in any building project. If a building consent isn’t issued and was required, the council may issue an infringement notice. It could also seek to prosecute the homeowner – with possible heavy fines – who is then likely to want answers from you.

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Description

Article on work exempt from requiring a building consent.

Do you know when work is exempt from requiring a building consent? This first article in a three-part series explains exempt building work and some of the common and measurable exemptions.

Checking if you need a building consent is an important step in any building project. If a building consent isn’t issued and was required, the council may issue an infringement notice. It could also seek to prosecute the homeowner – with possible heavy fines – who is then likely to want answers from you.

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Exempt building work - part 1 - Build 160(2017)
Description

Article on work exempt from requiring a building consent.

Do you know when work is exempt from requiring a building consent? This first article in a three-part series explains exempt building work and some of the common and measurable exemptions.

Checking if you need a building consent is an important step in any building project. If a building consent isn’t issued and was required, the council may issue an infringement notice. It could also seek to prosecute the homeowner – with possible heavy fines – who is then likely to want answers from you.

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Exempt building work - part 1 - Build 160(2017)

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