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Part 11 Div. 2 (Heading and regs 11.8–11.10) substituted by S.R. No. 121/1995 reg. 49.
Division 2—Maintenance generally


Reg. 11.8 substituted by S.R. No. 121/1995 reg. 49.

11.8 Application of Division

This Division applies to all Class 1b, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 buildings and places of public entertainment constructed before 1 July 1994.





Reg. 11.9 substituted by S.R. No. 121/1995 reg. 49.

11.9 Safety equipment, fittings and other safety measures

The owner of a building or place of public entertainment to which this Division applies must ensure that any safety equipment, safety fitting or safety measure required in relation to that building or place under the Act or these Regulations or any corresponding previous Act or regulations—

(a) is maintained in a state which enables the safety equipment, safety fitting or safety measure to fulfil its purpose; and

(b) is not removed from its approved location except—

(i) for the purpose of maintenance; or

(ii) in accordance with these Regulations.



  1. 10 penalty units.

Reg. 11.10 substituted by S.R. No. 121/1995
reg. 49.


11.10 Maintenance of exits

r. 11.9

The owner of a building or place of public entertainment to which this Division applies must ensure that all exits and paths of travel to exits are maintained in an efficient condition and kept readily accessible, functional and clear of obstruction so that egress from the building or place is maintained.

  1. 10 penalty units.

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Part 12—Building Appeals Board

12.1 Appeal periods

For the purposes of section 146 of the Act, the prescribed appeal period is—



r. 12.1

(a) 7 business days for an appeal by a prescribed reporting authority under section 138(5) of the Act; or

(b) 14 days for an appeal against a determination by the relevant building surveyor under section 87 of the Act; or

(c) 60 days for an appeal under section 143 of the Act against a decision of the Building Practitioners Board; or

(d) 30 days in any other case.

12.2 Building Appeals Board fees

(1) The fees for lodging an appeal, referral, application or request to the Building Appeals Board are as follows—

(a) in the case of an appeal under section 138, 139, 140, 142 or 144, a referral under section 150, 156 or 157, or an application under section 164 of the Act—

(i) $120 in any matter relating to a Class 1 or 10 building; and

(ii) $220 in any matter relating to a building other than Class 1 or 10; or

(b) in the case of an application under section 160 of the Act—



Reg. 12.2(1)
(b)(i)
amended by S.R. Nos 79/1997
reg. 16(1)(a), 74/1999 reg. 35(1)(a).


(i) $90 in any matter involving a Class 1 or 10 building; and


Reg. 12.2(1)
(b)(ii) amended by S.R. Nos 79/1997
reg. 16(1)(b), 74/1999 reg. 35(1)(b).


(ii) $200 in any matter involving a building other than Class 1 or 10; or


r. 12.2

(c) in the case of an appeal under section 141, a referral under section 151, 152, 153, 154 or 155 or an application under section 159 of the Act—

(i) $200 in any matter relating to a Class 1 or 10 building; and

(ii) $400 in any matter relating to a building other than Class 1 or 10; or

(d) in the case of a request under section 147 of the Act, $250; or



Reg. 12.2(1)(e) amended by S.R. Nos 79/1997 reg. 16(2), 43/2003 reg. 15(a).

(e) in the case of an appeal under section 143 or a referral under section 158 of the Act, $220; or



Reg. 12.2(1)(f) inserted by S.R. No. 79/1997 reg. 16(2).

(f) in the case of an application under section 160A of the Act—


Reg. 12.2(1) (f)(i)
amended by S.R. No. 74/1999 reg. 35(2)(a).


(i) $90 in any matter involving a Class 1 or 10 building; and



Reg. 12.2(1) (f)(ii)
amended by S.R. No. 74/1999 reg. 35(2)(b).


(ii) $200 in any matter involving a building other than Class 1 or 10.



r. 12.2

(2) In addition to the fees required by sub-regulation (1) above—

Reg. 12.2(2)(a) amended by S.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 15(b).

(a) in the case of a request made under section 147 of the Act the additional prescribed fee pursuant to section 147(3)(b) is $160 per hour; and

(b) in the case of any matter where an inspection of the site is made by a member or members of the Building Appeals Board hearing the matter, an additional fee of $160 per hour may, at the discretion of the Board, be required from the person requesting the matter to be heard.

(3) Fees paid to the Building Appeals Board in respect of a request under section 147 of the Act must be refunded from the Building Administration Fund if the request is refused.

(4) The Commissioner may refund from the Building Administration Fund, in whole or in part, any other fee paid to the Building Appeals Board if the appeal, request, application or referral is not proceeded with.

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Pt 13 (Heading and regs 13.1, 13.2)
amended by S.R. No. 121/1995 reg. 50, revoked by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 6.


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r. 13

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Part 14—Building Product Accreditation

14.1 Definitions



r. 14.1

In this Part—

"building product" includes construction method, design component or system connected with building work; and

"Committee" means the Building Regulations Advisory Committee.

Reg. 14.2 amended by S.R. No. 74/1999 reg. 36, substituted byS.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 16.

14.2 Application of Part

This Part does not apply to a building product which complies with the relevant deemed-to-satisfy provisions of the BCA.



14.3 Application for accreditation

(1) A person may apply to the Committee to have a building product accredited under this Part.

(2) The application must be accompanied by—

(a) the prescribed fee; and

(b) if required by the Committee either or both of the following—

(i) an appraisal of the building product from an organisation or person that is recognised by the Committee as competent to make the appraisal;

(ii) a test report from a Registered Testing Authority within the meaning of the BCA.

(3) All fees paid under this regulation must be paid into the Building Administration Fund.

(4) If the Committee accredits a building product, the Commission must issue a certificate of accreditation to the applicant.

14.4 Registration of accredited products

The Commission must—


r. 14.4

(a) keep a register of all building products accredited under this Part; and

(b) cause to be published in the Government Gazette notice of—

(i) any accreditation of a product under this Part; and

(ii) any revocation of an accreditation under this Part.

14.5 Cancellation of accreditation

(1) The Committee may at any time revoke an accreditation if it finds that—

(a) the accreditation has been obtained by fraud, misrepresentation or concealment of facts; or

(b) the standard of the building product which is the subject of the accreditation—

(i) is unsatisfactory; or

(ii) differs or fails to comply with the standard of that building product as at the time the accreditation was granted; or

(c) the regulation in relation to which the building product was accredited has been revoked.

(2) If the Committee determines to revoke an accreditation the Commission must notify the holder of the certificate in writing of the decision of the Committee.

14.6 Records


r. 14.6

The Commission must keep all documents considered by the Committee in relation to an accreditation under this Part until the accreditation is revoked.

14.7 Information to remain confidential

(1) The information contained in any application for accreditation or renewal of an accreditation must be regarded as confidential and must not be wilfully disclosed (except in pursuance of this Part) by any member of the Committee or any person employed to assist the Committee unless disclosure is authorised in writing by the person who made the application.

(2) Any person who fails to comply with sub-regulation (1) is guilty of an offence and liable to a penalty not exceeding 10 penalty units.

14.8 Offence

A person or body must not knowingly claim that a building product has been accredited under this Part if a current certificate of accreditation has not been issued for that building product.



  1. 10 penalty units.

14.9 Accreditation fees

The fee for accreditation of a building product is $1000.

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Pt 15 (Heading and regs 15.1–15.6) amended by S.R. No. 121/1995 reg. 51, substituted as Pt 15 (Heading and regs 15.1–15.8) by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 7.
Part 15—Building Practitioners


Reg. 15.1 substituted by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 7.

15.1 Definition

r. 15.1

In this Part—

"Board" means the Building Practitioners Board.

Reg. 15.2 substituted by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 7.

15.2 Professional standards

A registered building practitioner must3

(a) perform his or her work as a building practitioner in a competent manner and to a professional standard; and

(b) immediately inform the client in writing if a conflict of interest arises or appears likely to arise between his or her interest as a building practitioner and that of his or her client; and

(c) receive remuneration for his or her services as a building practitioner solely by the professional fee or other benefits specified in the contract of engagement or by the salary and other benefits payable by the building practitioner's employer.


Reg. 15.3 substituted by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 7.

15.3 Prescribed qualifications and classes

r. 15.3

(1) For the purposes of registration under section 170 of the Act, the prescribed qualifications for registration of the following categories and prescribed classes of building practitioner are as follows4

(a) Category of building surveyor—

(i) a degree or diploma in building surveying from a university within the meaning of the Tertiary Education Act 1993; and

(ii) 4 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board;



Reg. 15.3(1)(b) amended by S.R. No. 79/1997 reg. 17(a).

(b) Category of building inspector (unlimited)—

(i) an associate diploma of applied science (building inspection) from a course accredited under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1990; and

(ii) 3 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board;


Reg. 15.3(1) (ba)
inserted by S.R. No. 79/1997 reg. 17(a).


(ba) Category of building inspector (limited)—

(i) an associate diploma of applied science (building inspection) from a course accredited under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1990; and

(ii) a certificate issued by the Board, after examination of the applicant, certifying that the applicant has adequate knowledge and experience to inspect the classes and types of buildings specified in the certificate;
(c) Category of quantity surveyor—

(i) a degree or diploma in quantity surveying from a university within the meaning of the Tertiary Education Act 1993; and

(ii) 2 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board;

(d) Category of engineer, class of civil engineer—

(i) the following qualifications—

(A) a degree in civil engineering from a university within the meaning of the Tertiary Education Act 1993; and



r. 15.3

(B) 3 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board; or

Reg. 15.3(1) (d)(ii) amended by S.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 17.

(ii) a current certificate of registration as a civil engineer on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER);

(e) Category of engineer, class of mechanical engineer—

(i) the following qualifications—

(A) a degree in mechanical engineering from a university within the meaning of the Tertiary Education Act 1993; and

(B) 3 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board; or


Reg. 15.3(1) (e)(ii) amended by S.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 17.

(ii) a current certificate of registration as a mechanical engineer on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER);

(f) Category of engineer, class of electrical engineer—

(i) the following qualifications—

(A) a degree in electrical engineering from a university within the meaning of the Tertiary Education Act 1993; and

(B) 3 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board; or


Reg. 15.3(1) (f)(ii) amended by S.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 17.

r. 15.3

(ii) a current certificate of registration as an electrical engineer on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER);

Reg. 15.3(1) (fa)
inserted by S.R. No. 79/1997 reg. 17(b).


(fa) Category of engineer, class of fire safety engineer—

(i) the following qualifications—

(A) a degree in fire safety engineering from a university within the meaning of the Tertiary Education Act 1993; and

(B) 3 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board; or



Reg. 15.3(1) (fa)(ii) amended by S.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 17.

(ii) a current certificate of registration as a fire safety engineer on the National Professional Engineers Register (NPER);

(g) Category of draftsperson, class of building design (architectural)—

(i) an associate diploma of architectural drafting from a course accredited under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1990; and

(ii) 1 year of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board;

(h) Category of draftsperson, class of building design (interior)—

(i) an associate diploma of arts—interior design from a course accredited under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1990; and

(ii) 1 year of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board;

(i) Category of draftsperson, class of building design (services)—

(i) one of the following qualifications—


r. 15.3

(A) an associate diploma of engineering drafting—civil, electrical or mechanical; or

(B) a certificate IV, diploma or advanced diploma in fire technology from a course accredited under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1990; and

(ii) 1 year of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board;


Reg. 15.3(1)(j) amended by S.R. No. 161/1996 reg. 27(a).

(j) Category of builder, class of commercial builder (unlimited)—

(i) the following qualifications—

(A) a degree, diploma or associate diploma of building from a university or TAFE College within the meaning of the Tertiary Education Act 1993; and

(B) 3 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board; or


(ii) the following qualifications—

(A) a certificate of successful completion of the "Course in Builder Registration (BPB)" accredited under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1990; and

(B) 3 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board;


Reg. 15.3(1)(k) substituted by S.R. No. 161/1996 reg. 27(b).

(k) Category of builder, class of commercial builder (limited)—

a certificate issued by the Board, after examination of the applicant, certifying that the applicant has adequate knowledge and experience to construct the components of building work specified in the certificate; and



r. 15.3

(l) Category of builder, class of domestic builder (unlimited)—

(i) the following qualifications—

(A) a degree, diploma or associate diploma of building from a university or TAFE College within the meaning of the Tertiary Education Act 1993; and

(B) 3 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board; or

(ii) the following qualifications—

(A) successful completion of the "Course in Builder Registration (BPB)" accredited under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1990; and

(B) 3 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board; or

(iii) a certificate issued by the Board, after examination of the applicant, certifying that the applicant has adequate knowledge and experience to carry out, manage, or arrange to carry out all components of domestic building work;

(m) Category of builder, class of domestic builder (limited)—

a certificate issued by the Board, after examination of the applicant, certifying that the applicant has adequate knowledge and experience to carry out, manage, or arrange to carry out the components of domestic building work specified in the certificate;



r. 15.3

(n) Category of builder, class of domestic builder (manager)—

a certificate issued by the Board, after examination of the applicant, certifying that the applicant has adequate knowledge and experience (including financial management knowledge and experience) to manage or arrange the carrying out by a builder registered under the Act in another class of domestic builder of the components of domestic building work specified in the certificate;

(o) Category of builder, class of demolisher (low rise buildings)—

a certificate issued by the Board, after examination of the applicant, certifying that the applicant has adequate knowledge and experience to—

(i) demolish buildings having a rise in storeys of not more than 2, excluding special buildings; and


Reg. 15.3 (1)(o)(ii) amended by S.R. No. 161/1996 reg. 27(c).

(ii) undertake demolition stripping work of not more than 2 storeys of any unoccupied building;


r. 15.3

(p) Category of builder, class of demolisher (medium rise buildings)—

a certificate issued by the Board, after examination of the applicant, certifying that the applicant has adequate knowledge and experience to—

(i) demolish buildings having a rise in storeys of not more than 5, excluding special buildings; and


Reg. 15.3 (1)(p)(ii) amended by S.R. No. 161/1996 reg. 27(d).

(ii) undertake demolition stripping work of any building;

(q) Category of builder, class of demolisher (unlimited)—

a certificate issued by the Board, after examination of the applicant, certifying that the applicant has adequate knowledge and experience to demolish all buildings including the demolition of special buildings and stripping work;

(r) Category of erector or supervisor (temporary structures), class 1—stages or seating stands or equipment platforms or towers fabricated on site from tubes and fittings or other scaffolding components of metals and other materials—

(i) an intermediate scaffolding certificate issued under the Occupational Health and Safety (Certification of Plant Users and Operators) Regulations 1994; and

(ii) 1 year of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board;

(s) Category of erector or supervisor (temporary structures), class 2—special structures—tents, marquees—

(i) a certificate issued by the Board, after examination of the applicant, certifying that the applicant has adequate knowledge and experience to erect or dismantle or supervise the erection or the dismantling of tents and marquees; and

(ii) 2 years of practical experience to the satisfaction of the Board;


r. 15.3

(2) For the purposes of sub-regulation (1) components of domestic building work include, but are not limited to, any of the following work associated with the construction, renovation, improvement, or maintenance of a home—

(a) the construction or installation of retaining structures, garages, carports, sheds, pergolas, verandahs, patios, stairways, brickwork, internal or external cladding, swimming pools, spas and the like;

(b) the provision of lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and electrical services;

(c) site work involved in relocating an existing home;

(d) door or window installation, sub-floor work, roofing, fencing, bathroom and kitchen renovations and the like.

(3) For the purposes of sub-regulation (1) "special buildings" means—

(a) buildings of composite, precast or tilt-up panel construction; or

(b) buildings incorporating prestressed concrete elements; or

(c) stressed skin structures, chimneys, towers, masts or any similar structures.


Reg. 15.4 substituted by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 7.

15.4 Transitional

r. 15.4

(1) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a building surveyor, Class of municipal building surveyor or Class of private building surveyor is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as a building surveyor.

(2) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a building inspector, Class of municipal building inspector or Class of private building inspector is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as a building inspector.

(3) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a draftsperson may within 3 months after the date of the next anniversary of his or her registration after that commencement apply to the Board for registration as a draftsperson in a class or classes specified in regulation 15.3(1).
(4) The Board must register an applicant in a class applied for under sub-regulation (3) if it is satisfied that the qualifications held by the applicant are appropriate to that class.

(5) If, immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996, a building practitioner—

(a) was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a builder, Class 1—Construction; and

(b) was required to comply with the Order made under section 135 of the Act on 2 March 1995 and published in the Government Gazette on 9 March 1995—

that practitioner is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as a builder, class of commercial builder (structural).


r. 15.4

(6) If, immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996, a building practitioner—

(a) was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a builder, Class 1—Construction; and

(b) was not required to comply with the Order made under section 135 of the Act on 2 March 1995 and published in the Government Gazette on 9 March 1995—

that practitioner is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as a builder, class of commercial builder (non structural).

(7) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a builder, Class 2—Demolition—single storey detached Class 1 and 10 buildings, is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as a builder, class of demolisher (low rise buildings).

(8) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a builder, Class 3—Demolition general, is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as a builder, class of demolisher (unlimited).

(9) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a supervisor (temporary structures), Class 1—Stages, tiered seating stands, equipment platforms or towers fabricated on site from metal tubes and fittings or other scaffolding components and other materials, is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as an erector or supervisor (temporary structures), class 1—stages or seating stands, or equipment platforms or towers fabricated on site from tubes and fittings or other scaffolding components of metal or other materials.


r. 15.4

(10) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a supervisor (temporary structures), Class 2—Special structures—tents, marquees, safety barriers, is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as an erector or supervisor (temporary structures), class 2—special structures—tents, marquees.



Reg. 15.4(11) inserted by S.R. No. 161/1996 reg. 28.

(11) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Amendment) Regulations 1996 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a builder, class of commercial builder (structural), is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as a builder, class of commercial builder (unlimited).

Reg. 15.4(12) inserted by S.R. No. 161/1996 reg. 28.

(12) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Amendment) Regulations 1996 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a builder, class of commercial builder (non structural), is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as a builder, class of commercial builder (limited).

Reg. 15.4(13) inserted by S.R. No. 79/1997 reg. 18.

(13) A building practitioner who immediately before the commencement of the Building (Amendment) Regulations 1997 was registered under Part 11 of the Act as a building inspector is deemed on that commencement to be registered under that Part as a building inspector (unlimited).

Reg. 15.5 substituted by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 7.

15.5 Exemption for certain building practitioners


r. 15.5




Reg. 15.5(1) amended by S.R. No. 74/1999 reg. 37.

(1) A builder who is solely engaged in the business of carrying out domestic building work (other than demolition or removal of a home within the meaning of the Domestic Building Contracts Act 1995) is not required to be registered as a building practitioner under Part 11 of the Act if the value of the domestic building work carried out by that person is $5000 or less in each case.


Reg. 15.5(2) substituted by S.R. No. 161/1996 reg. 29.

(2) A builder who is solely engaged in the business of constructing Class 10 buildings (other than construction which is domestic building work carried out under a major domestic building contract or the construction of signs or similar Class 10b structures) is not required to be registered as a building practitioner under Part 11 of the Act.

Reg. 15.5(2A) inserted by S.R. No. 161/1996 reg. 29.

(2A) A builder who is solely engaged in the business of constructing Class 10 buildings which are masts, poles, aerials or similar Class 10b structures is not required to be registered as a building practitioner under Part 11 of the Act.

r. 15.5

(3) A draftsperson who is solely engaged in the business of preparing plans for domestic building work or documentation relating to permits or permit applications for domestic building work is not required to be registered as a building practitioner under Part 11 of the Act if the value of the domestic building work is $5000 or less in each case.

Reg. 15.5
(4)–(6) revoked by S.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 18.


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(7) A draftsperson who is solely engaged in the business of preparing civil, mechanical, or electrical plans or other documentation relating to permits or permit applications for building practitioners in the category of engineer, is not required to be registered as a building practitioner under Part 11 of the Act.



Reg. 15.5(8) revoked by S.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 18.

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(9) An applicant for registration as a building practitioner in the category of builder, class of domestic builder (unlimited), is exempt from the requirements of section 170(1)(b)(i) of the Act if, immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996, that applicant—

(a) was approved by the approved guarantor under section 23 of the House Contracts Guarantee Act 1987 in the class of general builder or general supervisor, and was the person nominated to the approved guarantor as the person in charge of construction by the applicant; or

(b) was the person nominated to the approved guarantor as the person in charge of construction by a partnership or company approved by the approved guarantor under section 23 of the House Contracts Guarantee Act 1987 in the class of general builder or general supervisor.



r. 15.5

(10) An applicant for registration as a building practitioner in the category of builder, class of domestic builder (limited), is exempt from the requirements of section 170(1)(b)(i) of the Act if, immediately before the commencement of the Building (Qualifications) Regulations 1996, that applicant—

(a) was approved by the approved guarantor under section 23 of the House Contracts Guarantee Act 1987 in the class of restricted builder or restricted supervisor and was the person nominated to the approved guarantor as the person in charge of construction by the applicant; or


(b) was the person nominated to the approved guarantor as the person in charge of construction by a partnership or company approved by the approved guarantor under section 23 of the House Contracts Guarantee Act 1987 in the class of restricted builder or restricted supervisor.

Reg. 15.5(11) revoked by S.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 18.

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Reg. 15.6 substituted by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 7.

15.6 Period for which private building surveyor may not act

r. 15.6

The prescribed period for the purposes of section 79 of the Act is 1 year.

Reg. 15.7 inserted by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 7.

15.7 Certificates of compliance



Reg. 15.7(1) amended by S.R. No. 79/1997 reg. 19(a)(b), substituted by S.R. No. 74/1999 reg. 38.

(1) The prescribed classes of proposed building work and the prescribed categories and classes of practitioners in respect of proposed building work for the purpose of section 238(1) of the Act are as follows—

(a) for a certificate relating to the design or part of the design of building work relating to a structural, sewerage, water or drainage matter—category of engineer, class of civil engineer;

(b) for a certificate relating to the design or part of the design of building work relating to a mechanical matter including hydraulic services within a building—category of engineer, class of mechanical engineer;
(c) for a certificate relating to the design or part of the design of building work relating to an electrical matter—category of engineer, class of electrical engineer;

(d) for a certificate relating to the design or part of the design of building work relating to a fire safety matter—category of engineer, class of fire safety engineer;

(e) for a certificate relating to the design or part of the design of any of the above classes of building work—category of building surveyor.


Reg. 15.7(1A) inserted by S.R. No. 74/1999 reg. 38.

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(1A) The prescribed classes of building work and the prescribed categories and classes of practitioners in respect of building work for the purpose of section 238(1) of the Act are as follows—

(a) for a certificate relating to the inspection of domestic building work relating to a structural, sewerage, water or drainage matter—category of engineer, class of civil engineer;

(b) for a certificate relating to the inspection of domestic building work relating to a mechanical matter including hydraulic services within a building—category of engineer, class of mechanical engineer;

(c) for a certificate relating to the inspection of domestic building work relating to an electrical matter—category of engineer, class of electrical engineer;

(d) for a certificate relating to the inspection of domestic building work relating to a fire safety matter—category of engineer, class of fire safety engineer;

(e) for a certificate relating to the inspection of domestic building work—category of building surveyor or building inspector;



Reg. 15.7(1A)(f) substituted by S.R. No. 43/2003 reg. 19.

(f) for a certificate relating to the erection of a prescribed temporary structure—category of building surveyor or building inspector or category of engineer, class of civil engineer or category of erector or supervisor (temporary structures) in the appropriate class.

(2) A certificate under section 238 of the Act must be—

(a) in accordance with Form 13 in relation to the design or part design of a building; and

(b) in accordance with Form 14 in relation to the inspection of building work.



Reg. 15.8 inserted by S.R. No. 24/1996 reg. 7.

15.8 Duplicate certificates

r. 15.8

For the purposes of section 172(7) of the Act, the prescribed fee for a duplicate building practitioner's certificate is $30.

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Pt 15A (Heading and reg. 15A.1) inserted by S.R. No. 79/1997 reg. 20.
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