RBR (re-sale) inspection - What do I do if something is not up to code?

Generally, completed reports are not revised, and re-inspections are not required. The information contained in the report is to be used as a disclosure. If a life safety issue is discovered or a mandatory correction is required, a permit or re-inspection may be required.

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1. When should a disability access complaint be filed?
2. What happens after a disability access complaint is filed?
3. How will the complainant be informed of the status of the disability access complaint?
4. I have a septic tank. Who do I call?
5. I am thinking of adding a second unit to my house and was told I need to obtain a Sewer Connection Permit. Since my house is already connected to the sewer, do I need to do this?
6. How can disability access complaints be filed?
7. What is the purpose of the disability access complaint procedure?
8. What state laws and regulations govern accessibility?
9. Who may file a disability access complaint?
10. Is assistance in filing disability access complaints available?
11. How do I schedule a Residential Building Report (re-sale Inspection)?
12. (RBR) Resale inspection - What are the items the City staff will be looking for?
13. RBR (re-sale) inspection - What do I do if something is not up to code?