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Exemption 2 – Territorial and regional authority discretionary exemptions

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Exemption 2 – Territorial and regional authority discretionary exemptions - Issue 76
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31/01/2017

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Territorial authorities (city or district councils) or regional authorities (regional councils) are able to use their discretion to exempt any proposed building work from requiring a building consent, so long as certain conditions are met under clause 2 (or ‘exemption 2’) of Schedule 1 of the Building Act 2004.

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Exemption 2 – Territorial and regional authority discretionary exemptions

Description

Territorial authorities (city or district councils) or regional authorities (regional councils) are able to use their discretion to exempt any proposed building work from requiring a building consent, so long as certain conditions are met under clause 2 (or ‘exemption 2’) of Schedule 1 of the Building Act 2004.

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Exemption 2 – Territorial and regional authority discretionary exemptions
Description

Territorial authorities (city or district councils) or regional authorities (regional councils) are able to use their discretion to exempt any proposed building work from requiring a building consent, so long as certain conditions are met under clause 2 (or ‘exemption 2’) of Schedule 1 of the Building Act 2004.

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Exemption 2 – Territorial and regional authority discretionary exemptions

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