25 CFR 256.22 - How can I be sure that the work that is being done on my dwelling meets minimum construction standards?

§ 256.22 How can I be sure that the work that is being done on my dwelling meets minimum construction standards?
(a) At various stages of construction, a trained and qualified servicing housing office representative or building inspector will review the construction to ensure that it meets applicable minimum construction standards and building codes. Upon completion of each stage, further construction is prohibited until the inspection occurs and approval is granted.
(b) Inspections are, at a minimum, made at the following stages of construction:
(1) Footings;
(2) Closed in, rough wiring and rough plumbing; and
(3) At final completion.

Title 25 published on 2014-04-01

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