State building code definition

State building code means the combined specialty codes.
State building code means the codes adopted by and referenced in chapter 19.27 RCW; the state energy code; and any other codes so designated by the Washington state legislature as adopted and amended by the council.
State building code means the state building code provided for in this chapter.

Examples of State building code in a sentence

  • Strengthening New York’s Pool Barrier Requirements (Chapter 234 of the Laws of 2007, Magnarelli) Most homeowners who install in-ground swimming pools comply with State building code requirements related to barriers.


More Definitions of State building code

State building code or “code” means the state building code provided for in section 103A.7.
State building code means the building code adopted pursuant to section 29-252;
State building code means the state building code provided for in 50-60-203 or any portion of the code of limited application and any of its modifications or amendments."
State building code means the entire contents of this rule and the referenced national standards and codes.
State building code means the combined specialty codes adopted by the State of Oregon.
State building code means the State Building Code adopted pursuant to section 29-252 of the Connecticut General Statutes.