Annotated Ontario Building Code Act
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Well-received and highly recommended by building officials and construction practitioners, Annotated Ontario Building Code Act, 2019 Edition is the only legal source you need for the Building Code Act, 1992 (including recent amendments under the Modernizing Ontario's Municipal Legislation Act, 2017) and the 2012 Ontario Building Code. With section-by-section commentary on the statute and numerous user-friendly and time-saving features, this comprehensive reference will noticeably speed up your research. Coverage includes unreported cases, giving you the full information that you need.
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Highlights in This Edition
- FNX Mining Co. v. Greater Sudbury (City),  O.J. No. 4277 (S.C.J.), regarding whether trailers, and a generator shelter, were "buildings" as defined in subs. 1(1) of the Building Code Act, 1992.
- Apartments Legacy One Ltd. v. Vernon (City),  B.C.J. No. 3742 (C.A.), regarding whether the installation of forms was "construction" requiring a building permit under the municipal building by-law, or was merely "site preparation".
- Johnston v. Arran-Elderslie (Municipality),  O.J. No. 6702 (S.C.J.), regarding conflict of interest by a chief building official who inspected the construction of a building that he had designed pursuant to a private design business.
- Kenora (City) v. Eikre Holdings Ltd.,  O.J. No. 6972 (SC.J.), regarding the exercise of remedies by municipalities where the protection of the public interest is at stake, such as orders under subs. 15.9(6) of the Building Code Act, in respect of buildings occupied by...