2005/154: Refusal of a code compliance certificate for a house with a 'monolithic' cladding system: House 127

Abbreviation
2005/154
Valid from
25/11/2005

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

Description

The application arose from the refusal by the territorial authority to issue a code compliance certificate for a 2-year-old house unless changes were made to its monolithic cladding systems.

The question to be determined was whether on reasonable grounds the monolithic wall cladding as installed to the timber-framed external walls, columns, and beams of the house complied with the Building Code.

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2005/154: Refusal of a code compliance certificate for a house with a 'monolithic' cladding system: House 127

Description

The application arose from the refusal by the territorial authority to issue a code compliance certificate for a 2-year-old house unless changes were made to its monolithic cladding systems.

The question to be determined was whether on reasonable grounds the monolithic wall cladding as installed to the timber-framed external walls, columns, and beams of the house complied with the Building Code.

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2005/154: Refusal of a code compliance certificate for a house with a 'monolithic' cladding system: House 127
Description

The application arose from the refusal by the territorial authority to issue a code compliance certificate for a 2-year-old house unless changes were made to its monolithic cladding systems.

The question to be determined was whether on reasonable grounds the monolithic wall cladding as installed to the timber-framed external walls, columns, and beams of the house complied with the Building Code.

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2005/154: Refusal of a code compliance certificate for a house with a 'monolithic' cladding system: House 127

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