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1.6.1 When satisfied that the work described in an application for building permit and the plans
and specifications submitted herewith, conform to the requirements of the Code as well as
of these Rules, the Building Official shall, within fifteen days from payment of the required
fees by the applicant, issue the building permit applied for.
1.6.2 The Building Official may issue a permit for the construction of only a part or portion of a
building or structure whenever the plans and specifications submitted together with the
application do not cover the entire building or structure.
1.6.3 The Building Official may issue a permit to excavate for foundation and basement even
while the application is still being processed, and shall charge corresponding fees therefor
in accordance with pertinent provisions of Rule III. The fee so collected shall be deducted
from the total building permit fees.
1.7 Non-Issuance, Suspension or Revocation of Building Permits:
1.7.1 The Building Official may order or cause the non-issuance, suspension or revocation of
building permits on any or all of the following reasons or grounds:
a. Errors found in the plans and specifications;
b. Incorrect or inaccurate data or information supplied;
c. Non-compliance with the pertinent provisions of the Code or of any rule or regulation
1.7.2 Notice of non-issuance, suspension or revocation of building permits shall always be made
in writing, stating the reasons or grounds therefor.
1.8 Terms and Conditions of Permits: 1.8.1 Approved plans and specifications upon which the issuance of the permit has been based
shall not be changed, modified or altered without the approval of the Building Official
and the work shall be done strictly in accordance thereto.
1.8.2 The issuance of a building permit shall not be construed as an approval or authorization to
the permittee to disregard or violate any of the provisions of the Code.
1.8.3 Whenever the issuance of a permit is based on approved plans and specifications whish are
subsequently found defective, the Building Official is not precluded from requiring
permitee to effect the necessary corrections in the said plans and specifications or from
preventing or ordering the stoppage of any or all building operations being on thereunder
which are not in accordance with the Code and/or Rule.
1.8.4 In the actual execution of the project, the architect or civil engineer in charge of the
construction work may hire the services of one or more project inspector/s to assist in the
full time inspection and supervision of all aspects of the construction. Said project
inspector/s must be professional/s who is/are duly registered architect/s, engineer/s, master
electrician/s, master plumber/s, etc., qualified in their respective disciplines.
1.8.5 The owner shall put up a sign complying with the prescribed dimensions and required
information as shown on the illustration on the following page. Such sign shall remain
posted on the construc...
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2013 for the course ARIDBE AR taught by Professor Any during the Fall '12 term at Mapúa Institute of Technology.
- Fall '12