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  • MisterB
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    depending on what work required building regs approval, you might be able to get someone competent to 'sign it off' - do you know who completed the work, they may have been competent under one of the third party accreditation schemes - an example of this FENSA, building control would accept a FENSA cert as evidence of compliance

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  • mk1fan
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    And if this was highlighted to you did you take out Indemity Insurance?

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  • Snorkerz
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    Yup, they can hold you liable - that is why solicitors check these things when you buy a property. The question is, why didn't yours?

    Planning permission = may I do this?
    Building Control = this place is still safe.
    different purposes and departments.

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  • landlord_123
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    Building regs

    I received a letter from the council today stating that there are no building regulations for the extension on the flat from work carried out in 2009.

    I bought the property in 2012 can the council do anything ? Or do they still have the power to fine me for no building regulations, even though I didn't carry out the work?

    Planning permission for the work was approved though.

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