24 CFR § 200.926c - Model code provisions for use in partially accepted code jurisdictions.

§ 200.926c Model code provisions for use in partially accepted code jurisdictions.

If a lender or other interested party is notified that a State or local building code has been partially accepted, then the properties eligible for HUD benefits in that jurisdiction shall be constructed in accordance with the applicable State or local building code, plus those additional requirements identified below. Depending upon the major area identified in § 200.926a which is not adequately regulated by the State or local code, the HUD Field Office will designate, in accordance with the schedule below, those portions of one of the model codes with which the property must comply.

Schedule for Model Code Supplements to Local or State Codes

Deficient major items from § 200.926a as determined by field office review Portions of the CABO One and Two Family Dwelling Code, 1992 Edition, including the 1993 amendments, with which a property must comply
(a) Fire safety Chapters 2, 9; Section R-402.
(b) Light and ventilation Chapter 2; Section R-309.
(c) Structural loads and seismic design Chapter 2.
(d) Foundation systems Chapter 3.
(e) Materials standards Chapter 26.
(f) Construction components Part III.
(g) Glass Chapter 2.
(h) Mechanical Part IV.
(i) Plumbing Part V.
(j) Electrical Electrical code for 1- and 2-family dwellings (NFPA 70A-1990).
[50 FR 39594, Sept. 27, 1985, as amended at 58 FR 60249, Nov. 15, 1993; 59 FR 36695, July 19, 1994]

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