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to perfect his appeal during the remainder of the period for appeal, reckoned from the date of
receipt of the resolution of denial. If the order for decision is reversed on reconsideration, the
aggrieved party, if there is any, shall have fifteen (15) days from receipt of the resolution within
which to perfect his appeal. 24 Appeal:
Within fifteen (15) days from the date of receipt of notice or advice of the non-issuance,
suspension or revocation of permit and/or certificate of occupancy or nay order or decision of the
Building Official, the applicant/permittee or any adversely affected party may file an appeal
directly with the Minister or through the nearest Public Works Regional Director. The Minister
shall render his decision with the technical assistance of the Executive Director and his staff
and/or call upon any officer in the Ministry to initially act on the appeal. 25. Finality of Decision of Minister:
the order or decision of the Minister in any case brought to him on appeal shall be final and shall
become executory fifteen (15) days after the receipt of the parties concerned of a copy thereof. 26. Police Assistance in the Execution of Order/Decision:
For the enforcement and execution of any of his orders or decisions, the Minister or his duly
authorized representative may secure the assistance of the local police or any peace officer in the
locality or area where the building or structure is located, in accordance with the Memo of
Agreement dated August 1, 1978 between the Minister of the National Defense and Minister of
Public Works, Transportation and Communications.
27. Disposition of Fines
All fines and other surcharges collected by the Building Official under this Rule shall be treated
in the same manner as the building fees and charges authorized by the Minister to be collected
and received under Section 208 of the Code. 28. Other Remedies and Supplementary Effect of Other Laws:
The rights, actions, remedies and procedures provided in this Rule shall be without prejudice to
further action that the Minister and/or the Building Official may take under the provisions of
Articles 482 and 694 to 707 of the civil code of the Philippines. Furthermore, all other rights of
action and remedies that may be available under existing laws shall, if applicable, have a
supplementary effect thereto. RULE IX - ELECTRICAL REGULATIONS
Pursuant to Sections 102, 103 and 1301 of the National Building code (PD 1096) the following
Rules shall govern the installation of Primary and Secondary Distribution Lines, Transformers and other
equipment in subdivisions, along public and private roads and attached to or over buildings.
1. General Location Requirements in Towns, Subdivisions, Human Settlements, Industrial Estates
and the like.
Overhead transmission and/or distribution lines/systems including transformers, poles, towers
and the like shall be located and installed following the latest standards of de...
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