Building Code of the Philippines(1)

Structures a certificate from the national pollution

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Unformatted text preview: Code, a building for which a Certificate of Occupancy has been issued may further be issued other Certificates of Occupancy has been issued may further be issued other Certificates of Occupancy due to changes in use, whether partly or wholly, provided, that the new use/s or type/s of occupancy is/are less hazardous based on life and fire risk than the original use or type of occupancy. 3. CERTIFICATES OF OCCUPANCY FOR BUILDINGS/STRUCTURES COMPLETED PRIOR TO THE EFFECTIVITY OF THE NATIONAL BUILDING CODE (P.D. 1096) For statistical, structural and fire safety and zoning purposes, all buildings or structures constructed and occupied prior to PD 1096, without Certificate of Occupancy shall be required to secure said Certificate. 3.1 In order to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy for a building/structure constructed and occupied prior to the promulgation of PD 1096, the following procedure shall be followed: 3.1.1 The owner/applicant shall submit to the Building Official MPW Form No. 77-005-B, duly accomplished under oath together with the following attachments; 3.1.1.1 TCT, tax declaration with current tax receipt, deed or sale, lease contract to purchase, as the case may be, of the lot and/or house. 3.1.1.2 In the case of indigenous family dwellings and house of mixed materials having an area not exceeding forty (40) square meters: a. A simple sketch, signed by the owner or his authorized representative, showing the floor plans and elevations of the house, indicating thereon the dimensions in meters and materials used. For elevations photographs may suffice in place of a sketch. b. Sit plan showing the building in relations to the lot indicating thereon the location and dimensions of courts and yards as well as the firewalls, if any. c. Vicinity map showing the street, street intersection and/or easily recognizable landmarks. d. A sketch of the plumbing and electrical systems indicating the number and location of outlets, switches and main circuit breaker. 3.1.1.3 In the case of single-detached or duplex family dwellings /living units for the exclusive use of owner/applicant and his family, above forty (40) square meters in area: a. As-built plans (Location and Site Plan, Architectural, Electrical, and Sanitary/Plumbing Plans) signed by a duly licensed Architect or Civil Engineer in case of architectural and structural plans, by a duly licensed Professional Electrical Engineer in case of electrical plans, by a duly licensed Sanitary Engineer in case of sanitary or plumbing installations of more than 20 units or Master Plumber in case of sanitary or plumbing installation not exceeding 20 units, by a Sanitary Engineer for sanitary installation of more than 20 units or Master Plumber for Sanitary installation not exceeding 20 units that the sanitary facilities are in order and by a Professional Electrical Engineer that the electrical installation are safe and in accordance with the basic requirements of the NBC. b. A Certificate from a duly licensed Civil Engin...
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