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((b) Appropriate rules and regulations shall be set by the Secretary concerning:

(1) Forms for application for building permits;
(2) Procedures to be observed in securing such permits;
(3) Procedures to be observed in the issuance, suspension, and revocation of such building permits; and
(4) Type, nature, and scope of plans and specifications, and other requisite documents, which shall be
prepared and designed by a licensed architect or engineer.

(c) When authorized by the Building Official in accordance with the provisions of this Code, plans and
specifications need not be submitted for the following:

(1) Group A traditional indigenous type of dwelling construction costing not more than three thousand
pesos (P3,000.00); and

(2) Group J Division 1 Occupancy of Type 1 conventional wood frame construction or of the traditional
indigenous type of construction costing not more than three thousand pesos (P3,000.00).

(d) The applicant for a building permit for private buildings or structures after having complied with all the
requirements prescribed therefor in accordance with the provisions of this Code, shall be issued a
building permit within fifteen (15) days from the date of payment of the permit fee for Groups A and J
Occupancies and within thirty (30) days from the date of payment of the permit fee for other Group
Occupancies, unless the Building Official or his Deputy authorized to issue the permit shall inform the
applicant in writing why the permit should not be issued, and shall indicate thereon the particular
provisions of the Code violated by the applicant or the particular requirements not complied with. Within
fifteen (15) days from the date of receipt by the applicant of advice from the Building Official or his Deputy
authorized to issue the permit why the building permit should not be issued, or why the building permit is
suspended or revoked, the applicant may appeal the non-issuance, suspension, or revocation thereof, to
the Mayor of the chartered city or municipality, or the Governor of the province where the building or
structure for which the permit is being applied for is located. Said appeal shall be decided within fifteen
(15) days from receipt thereof, otherwise, the applicant may bring the matter to the proper Court of Justice
for final disposition.

(e) All public buildings shall conform to the provisions of this Code and the Building Official of the city or
province where the public building is located shall issue the building permit therefor, stating in writing that
such public building conforms to the requirements of the Code. For national public buildings, the
Secretary of Public Works and Communications shall issue a certification that such a building conforms
to the Code. Public buildings shall be exempt from payment of building permit, inspection, another fees.

SECTION 1.02.04: Fees

(a) Regulations on building permit, inspection and other fees, and for compliance with the same shall be
covered by city and municipal ordinances: Provided, That Traditional indigenous family dwellings under
Section 1.01.04 (d) shall be exempt from payment of building permit fees.

SECTION 1.02.05: Inspection ad Certificates of Occupancy

(a) Inspection. The duly licensed architect or engineer engaged by the owner to undertake inspection and
detailed supervision of the construction shall periodically certify that the construction conforms to the
plans and specifications submitted in the application for a building permit. Upon submission of such
periodic certifications during the progress of construction, the Building Official shall periodically issue the
required authority to continue with the subsequent phases of construction, without prejudice to his right to
conduct on his own initiative any inspection of the said construction. Upon completion of the construction,
the said duly licensed architect or engineer shall submit to the Building Official the final certification that
the building conforms to the provisions of the Code and with the detailed plans and specifications
submitted.

(b) Certificates of Occupancy. The proper Certificate of Occupancy shall be issued to the applicant within
seven (7) days from completion of the requirements for inspection and occupancy and payment of any
and all fees therefor, unless the building Official or his Deputy issuing the Certificate shall show cause in
writing why the Certificate should not be issued and shall indicate thereon the particular provisions of the
Code violated or the particular requirements not complied with. Within fifteen (15) days from receipt by the
applicant of the advice from Building Official or his Deputy authorized to issue the certificate why the
certificate should not be issued, or why the certificate is suspended or revoked, the applicant may appeal
the non-issuance, suspension, or revocation thereof, to the Mayor of the chartered city or municipality, or
the Governor of the province where the building for which the certificate is being applied for is located.
Said appeal shall be decided within fifteen (15) days from receipts thereof, otherwise, the applicant may
bring the matter to the proper Court of Justice for final disposition. The building may be occupied only
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SECTION 1.02.06: Violations of This Code Covering Designs, Materials, Methods of Construction, and
Workmanship

(a) In all cases of violation of this Code covering design, materials, methods of construction, and
workmanship, the Building Official shall observe the following procedure in ordering the alteration to
conform to this Code or demolition of the building or portion thereof: