Licensed Building Practitioner definition

Licensed Building Practitioner means a building practitioner whose name is at the time of the act, error or omission entered in the register established and maintained under the Building Act 2004 or any amendments, enactments or statutory regulations of such Act.

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The introduction of “risk-based consenting”, Restricted Building Work and the requirement for a “Memorandum from Licensed Building Practitioner: Certificate of Design Work” does not diminish the importance of producer statements or this Practice Note’s relevance.

Carpentry RBW can only be carried out by or done under the supervision of a Licensed Building Practitioner (LBP) who is licensed in the carpentry licence class.

Where required by the NZ Building Act 2004 it is the building contractor's responsibility to ensure that all restricted building work is carried out by a Licensed Building Practitioner.

Make sure you use a Licensed Building Practitioner for Restricted Building Work.

Revenue collected from Electrical Worker and Licensed Building Practitioner fees and levies is currently forecast at $8.433m per annum.

Completion of the carpentry apprenticeship can be part of a pathway to becoming a Licensed Building Practitioner, to further training, or to management or ownership of construction or building companies.

This Exclusion shall not apply if the actual or alleged act, error or omission relates to work that was supervised by a Licensed Building Practitioner and the Record of Building Work was signed by a Licensed Building Practitioner.

If there is a change to the owner-builder or they are no longer carrying out the work, the owner must provide Council with a Notice of Owner-Builder (Form 2C). Licensed Building Practitioner (LBP): The applicant must advise Council, in writing, as soon as possible and BEFORE construction begins of any LBP/s who will be carrying out or supervising the RBW.

Consider having your home evaluated by a Chartered Professional Engineer or other Licensed Building Practitioner.

This type of work must be designed and built (or supervised) by a Licensed Building Practitioner (LBP).Your application will need to include a design certificate from all LBP’s that carried out the design work.

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Licensed premises or “premises” means all rooms, enclosures, contiguous areas, or places susceptible of precise description satisfactory to the administrator where alcoholic beverages, wine, or beer is sold or consumed under authority of a liquor control license, wine permit, or beer permit. A single licensed premises may consist of multiple rooms, enclosures, areas, or places if they are wholly within the confines of a single building or contiguous grounds.
Professional land surveyor means a professional land surveyor licensed under ch. 443.
Landscape architect means a person who holds a license to practice landscape architecture in the state of California Business and Professions Code, Section 5615.
Building means a construction that has the objective of providing sheltering cover and minimising emissions of noise, particulate matter, odour and litter.
mixed-use building means a building or structure containing a residential and non- residential use other than a home occupation;
University premises means buildings or grounds owned, leased, operated, controlled, or supervised by Wayne State University or Wayne Housing Authority.
Common Areas means collectively the areas, amenities and facilities specified in Schedule E for the common use and enjoyment of all the Allottees/occupiers of the Project;
Non-Public Works and Improvements means all competitively solicited procurement of Supplies and/or Services by the City not solicited as Public Works.
State building code means the combined specialty codes.
School building means any building in which any of the instruction, extracurricular activities or training provided by a school is conducted, whether or not any instruction, extracurricular activities or training provided by the school is being conducted in the school building at the time a criminal offense is committed.
Common Area means all real property owned by the Association for the common use and enjoyment of the Owners.
Building Standard means the type, grade, brand, quality and/or quantity of materials Landlord designates from time to time to be the minimum quality and/or quantity to be used in the Building.
Building site means a plot of land held for building purposes, whether any building is actually erected thereupon or not, and includes the open ground or courtyard enclosed by, or adjacent to, any building erected thereupon;
the Building means, where applicable, the larger building or tenement of which the Property forms part.
food premises means premises where food is stored, kept, prepared, manufactured, processed, cooked or served or otherwise dealt with for subsequent sale to the public, either directly or indirectly, and includes eating house, food stores, premises and places;
Covered Municipal Building means a building or facility that is owned or occupied by the Town that is 1,000 square feet or larger in size.
Demised Premises means all that piece of leased land in 2000 MW Pavagada Ultra Mega Solar Park at Vallur, Balasamudra, Tirumani, Rayacharlu and Kyataganacharlu Villages of Nagalmadike Hobli, Pavagada Taluk of Tumkur District of Karnataka State and more particularly described in Schedule“1”written hereunder, together with all rights, liberties, privileges, easement advantages and appurtenances, whatsoever thereto belonging or in any manner appurtenant thereto or usually held or occupied therewith or reputed to belong or be appurtenant thereto except and reserving unto KSPDCL all mines and minerals in and under the premises.
Leased Premises means the Leased Premises as defined in Paragraph 1.
Modular building means, but shall not be limited to, single and multifamily houses, apartment units, commercial buildings, and permanent additions thereof, comprised of one or more sections that are intended to become real property, primarily constructed at a location other than the permanent site, built to comply with the Virginia Industrialized Building Safety Law (§36-70 et seq.) as regulated by the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, and shipped with most permanent components in place to the site of final assembly. For purposes of this chapter, a modular building shall not include a mobile office as defined in § 58.1-2401 or any manufactured building subject to and certified under the provisions of the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974 (42 U.S.C. § 5401 et seq.).
Building Code means the latest edition of the Building Code of Australia published from time to time by, or on behalf of, the Australian Building Codes Board, as amended from time to time, but not including explanatory information published with that Code;
Commercial building means a permanent, enclosed building that is on a permanent foundation and connected to local sewer and water facilities or otherwise complying with local sanitary codes, is adapted to commercial use, and conforms to local government zoning requirements. "Commercial building" may include strip office malls or garages if a separate entrance and a separate address are maintained and the dealership is clearly identified as a separate business.
Landscaped area means all the planting areas, turf areas, and water features in a landscape design plan subject to the Maximum Applied Water Allowance and Estimated Applied Water Use calculations. The landscaped area does not include footprints of buildings or structures, sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, decks, patios, gravel or stone walks, other pervious or non- pervious hardscapes, and other non-irrigated areas designated for non-development (e.g., open spaces and existing native vegetation).
School premises means either of the following:
Buildings shall include new construction and major alteration of existing structures and the improvement of lands and shall include shelter, support, storage, protection or the improvement of a natural condition.
Building Area means and refer to the maximum horizontal projected area of the principal and accessory building, excluding open steps or terraces, porches without roofs not exceeding one story in height, or architectural appurtenances projecting not more than two feet.
the Premises means those premises in or upon which an offensive trade is carried on.