Building Code of the Philippines(1)

Building Code of the Philippines(1)

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Unformatted text preview: ficial acts for and in the absence of the regularly designated Acting building Official, he shall submit to the latter a report of all the activities undertaken during the incumbent’s absence upon his return to office; provided, that in the case of a City Engineer or District Engineer acting for and in behalf of a Municipal Engineer as provided for under Section 2 (c), he shall furnish the letter with all the documents submitted and approved in connection with the issuance of building permits aside from the required official report of the activities undertaken during the absence of the Municipal Engineer. 5. Any action, determination and/or decision made by officials enumerated in Section 2 hereof, in contravention with the provisions of this order shall be deemed null and void. This order takes effect immediately. (SGD.) ALFREDO L. JUINIO Secretary Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS NIA Building, E. de los Santos Ave., Quezon City OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY December 28, 1978 MINISTRY ORDER) ) NO.57 ) ) X– – – – – – – – – –X SUBJECT: Amending Ministry Order No.44, Series of 1978 Re: Officials authorized to act for and in the absence of the duly designated Building Officials In view oft he multi-faceted functions and responsibilities of our District/City/Municipal Engineer’s Offices, particularly in the implementation of the Administration’s Infrastructure Programs and considering that the Office of the Building Official needs a fulltime assistant who shall act for and in his absence on all matters regarding the enforcement of the National Building Code of the Philippines and its Implementing Rules and Regulations and to give a wider latitude of discretion to the Acting Building Official in the selection of competent personnel who shall act for and in their absence, item 2 of Ministry Order No.44 dated August 11, 1978 which provides: “(In the event any of the aforementioned officials is unable to perform the functions of his office for reasons of sickness, absence or for any valid cause, the following officials shall act for in their behalf: (a). For PW District Engineers designated as Acting Building Officials for all municipalities within their district/province, the Assistant District Engineer; (b). For City Engineers designated as Acting Building Official for any particular city, the Assistant City Engineer should there be one, or in the absence thereof, said City Engineer shall choose between the Engineer in-charge of local projects and the City Public Works Supervisor; and (c). For Municipal Engineers designated as Acting Building Official in their respective municipality, the duly appointed Assistant Municipal Engineer, or in the absence thereof, the Municipal Architect or the nearest City Engineer or District Engineer designated as such Building Official in the city or province as the case may be: provided that as a matter of policy, the officials so authorized to ac...
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