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H 0252 - Building Code Regulatory Reform

Tracking Level: Enacted
Sponsor: Mark Brody (R)
Last Action: 7/20/2017 - Ch. SL 2017-130
House Committee: RR
Senate Committee: RulesOS
Assigned To:
Building InspectionsNext Bill

Staff Analysis of the Legislation

Makes changes to state laws governing local building inspections of residential dwellings, including expanding current law to allow any licensed architect or licensed engineer, or a person under the direct supervisory control of a licensed architect or licensed engineer, to perform inspections under the Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings. Mandates that all local building inspection departments create a process for informal internal reviews of inspection decisions made by the department’s inspectors, along with a five-year annual reporting requirement to the Joint Legislative Committee on Local Government. Removes the requirement for a separate irrigation meter under certain circumstances involving septic tanks or other innovative on-site wastewater systems. (version 1)

Short Note: Companion bill to SB 371

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Building Code Regulatory Reform


Building Code Regulatory Reform

Introduction Date:

Thursday, March 2, 2017