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Permission (2 of Building Standard Act Article 56) of light regulation

Last update date January 12, 2021

Summary of system

  • As a general rule, by 2 of Building Standard Act Article 56, new construction, the enlargement more than light regulation is not possible. But it is admitted, and, about thing adapting to the following permission standards, the situation of land makes possible building if there is not fear to hurt its neighboring residence environment only when we admit with the approval of building examination committee. In addition, in any of building examination committee inclusion agreement standard, we can omit discussion of building examination committee and become after-the-fact report to building examination committee when we perform the enlargement in ki*fu*kakudate*butsuto.
  • It revised permission standard corresponding to the enlargement accompanied with earthquake-resistant repair to perform for safe securing of existing building or elevator setting for the purpose of barrier-free, building examination committee inclusion agreement standard and enforced on October 30, 2008.
  • It revised with some revisions of "Building Standard Act" partly. <October 5, 2018>

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