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BUILDING FIRE SAFETY REGULATION 2008 No. 160 - SECT 25

25 Relevant approval documents to be obtained and kept with fire and evacuation plan

(1) The occupier of a building must take reasonable steps to obtain the relevant approval documents for the building.

Examples of a reasonable step for subsection (1)--
asking the relevant local government, building certifier, building owner or manager for a copy of the relevant approval documents

Maximum penalty--20 penalty units.

(2) The occupier of a building must keep a relevant approval document for the building, or a copy of the document, with the building's fire and evacuation plan.

Maximum penalty--20 penalty units.

(3) Despite subsections (1) and (2), the secondary occupier of a part of a multi-occupancy building is not required to take reasonable steps to obtain, or keep, a relevant approval document for the part of the building if the managing entity of the building has obtained the document.

(4) In this section--

relevant approval document, for a building, means an approval document for a building development application for the building that is relevant to a matter included in the fire and evacuation plan for the building.

Examples of relevant approval documents for a building--
a list of required fire safety installations for the building and required special fire services applying to the building work
a statement under the Building Act, section 68A or other supporting document for a building development application, about an alternative solution that includes a condition for occupation and use of the building


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