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法規名稱(Title) Title: Self-Governance Ordinances for Building Administration of Tainan City Ch
公發布日(Date) 2012.06.11
法規沿革(Legislative) 1.Promulgated by Tainan City Government Order Fu-Fa-Gui-Zi No. 1010468920A on June 11, 2012

2.Amendment to Articles 3, 23, 27 promulgated by Tainan City Government Order Fu-Fa-Gui-Zi No. 1050194777A on March 1, 2016


3.Amendment to Articles 21, 23 promulgated by Tainan City Government Order Fu-Fa-Gui-Zi No. 10560284155A on March 15, 2017
法規內文(Content)

Article 1 The self-governance ordinances have been formulated pursuant to Article 101 of the Building Act (hereinafter referred to as "the Law").  

 

Article 2 The competent authority in charge of the self-governance ordinances is the Tainan City government, which can delegate subordinate authorities to perform all the tasks if necessary.

 

Article 3 Building base facing roads, squares, urban roads, highways, or existing roads that meet the requirements of Article 6 are required to apply for designated building lines.

If a road or a square is constructed, and its boundary line is designated as the building line by a competent authority, then it is not necessary for the construction site to apply for designated building line.

Lands applying for building agricultural facilities, such as farmhouses and facilities for agricultural production and marketing, forestry, nature preservation, aquaculture, livestock husbandry, recreation agriculture, and green energy are not required to have adjacent roads.

For land in specific agricultural zones where regional planning is implemented, Type A building lands in general agricultural zones, and land categorized as urban-planning agricultural zones, if the building base has a floor area less than 660 square meters and is not for public use, the land is not required to have adjacent roads. However, after the self-governance ordinances are amended, the floor areas of divided building base or building extensions and alteration shall be aggregated.

Access roads of the bases in the two preceding paragraphs should be handled by the landowner and the builder, both of whom should take responsibility for the access roars in accordance with the regulation of the 2nd paragraph of Article 26 of the Law.

Applicants of designated building lines should pay a handling fee in the amount determined by the competent authority.

Applications for designated building lines should be completed and the drawing of designation sent to the applicant within seven days from the day it is received. However, if the matter must be handled jointly with the competent authority of the road, the processing period can be extended to 30 days.

All business regarding designated building lines shall be handled by the Bureau of Urban Development (hereinafter referred to as "the BUD") of Tainan City government (hereinafter referred to as "the government") if the land is within the urban planning area; if the land is located in a non-urban planning area, all business regarding designated building lines shall be handled by the Public Works Bureau (hereinafter referred to as "the PWB"). Additionally, the competent authority can delegate district offices to handle this business.

Article 4 Applying for designated building lines requires attaching the following documents and specifying related items:

1. Application: Specify the name and address of the applicant and the location for which the application is being submitted.

2.  Cadastral overlay: Should delineate at least one block and specify the building base section, land number, direction, base perimeter, nearby public facilities, and road width.

3. Location map of the site: Specify the site location and related locations of nearby roads, agencies, schools, or other conspicuous buildings.

4. Map of current use: Specify the landscape, existing buildings nearby, roads and conduits; the proportional scale cannot be smaller than that of the cadastral map.

5. Urban planning drawing, piling plan, elevation plan, pile location, and center stake elevation.

6. Zone of use the site belongs to (or land for public facilities use), building coverage ratio, and floor area ratio.

7. Issuance date and number of the master plan and the detailed plan. 

8. Building arcade width.

9. Road width and wall surface line.

10. Other design-related documents.

Items of subparagraph 1 to subparagraph 5 of the preceding paragraph should be specified by the applicant when applying, while the rest of the items should be filled in by the applicant based on instructions from the competent authority.

Article 5 For the planned building base adjacent roads or existing roads passing the building lines, if the construction of the public facilities (such as pavement and drainage systems) have not been completed, the access road and drainage-system extension for the construction application should be applied according to the regulations.

Regulations for access road and drainage-system extension mentioned in the preceding paragraph shall be determined by the competent authority.

Article 6 Existing roads mentioned in the self-governance ordinances indicate non-urban planning roads that meet one of the following conditions:

1. Roads for easement and roads deemed to be used by the public based on width, nature of use, period of use, and traffic.

2. Private roads on non-statutory vacant land with the agreement of public use presented by the landowner.

3. Private roads on non-statutory vacant land donated by the landowner for road use, and the transfer of land is legally complete.

4. Roads designated as building lines before the promulgation of the amendment of the Law on November 7, 1984, and are deemed as not in conflict with public safety, health, traffic, and city appearance.

Land lots mentioned in the 2nd and 3rd subparagraphs of the preceding paragraph, the width or chamfer should meet the requirements in Article 33.

All business regarding existing roads shall be handled by the BUD if the land is within the urban planning area; if the land is located in a non-urban planning area, all business regarding existing roads shall be handled by the PWB. Additionally, the competent authority can delegate district offices to handle this business.

To resolve disputes over existing road identification, the competent authority shall form a review panel to review the matter. Regulations regarding the organization and relevant operations of the review panel shall be determined by the BUD.

Article 7 Building line designation for building bases facing existing roads should be dealt with according to the following regulations:

1. For existing roads with a width equal to or more than 2 meters, only one exit and are 40 meters long or shorter, or have two exits and are 80 meters long or shorter, both sides of the central line of the road should concede equally to form a boundary line with a width of 4 meters as the building line; roads longer than the abovementioned lengths should use boundary lines with a width of 6 meters as the building lines. However, for special terrain that automobiles cannot access, the road width can be decreased respectively to 3 and 4 meters.

2. For existing roads with a width of less than 2 meters, both sides of the central line of the road should concede equally to form a boundary line with a width of 3.5 meters as the building line, and the construction of the first story should concede by 0.25 meters.

3. For construction bases on non-urban land with an existing road less than 6 meters wide, both sides of the central line of the road should concede equally to form a boundary line with a width of 6 meters as the building line.

4. Building base facing planned or existing roads from the facade and existing roads from the side or the back should designate the boundary line for the road when applying for designated building lines, and the parts of existing roads and land conceded on the side and back are to be calculated as vacant land.

5. For existing roads whose width is larger than that of designated building lines, the original width should be maintained.

6. For building bases that have existing roads of easement between them and for urban planning roads, the boundary lines of existing roads can be considered the building lines.

Lands conceded according to the regulations stipulated in the 1st to 3rd subparagraphs of the preceding paragraph cannot be considered as vacant land.

The one exit mentioned in the 1st subparagraph of the 1st paragraph indicates the road is connected to a planned road only on one end.

The length of roads within urban planning areas should be measured from the exit connecting to the planned road.

Article 8 For the diversion or abolishment of the existing road, applications should be submitted to the competent authority, and the review process should be carried out after one month of announcement for seeking objections.

After the review approved of the request, the abolishment of an existing road should be promulgated and implemented immediately, and a road diversion should only be promulgated and implemented after the construction of public facilities is completed according to the approved plan.

Article 9 When building base facing existing roads applies for construction, certificates of land rights for the road is not required.

For building base connecting building lines with private access roads, certificate of land rights for the private road should be attached. However, concerning private roads that were built for a building that has obtained a usage license or is certified as a legal building, buildings constructed facing the said roads are not subject to this requirement when applying for extension, alteration, restoration, or reconstruction.

Article 10 Regulations for the minimum width of the portion of land connecting the building base and building line are as follows:

1. The width of the building base cannot be less than the minimum width specified in the Regulations for the Usage of Fragmented Land in Tainan City.

2. Building bases that are fragmented land with insufficient width but are not required to increase the width cannot have a width of less than 2 meters.

Article 11 To apply for a construction permit, in addition to complying with the Law, the following documents should be attached:

1. Certificate of land rights

(a.) Land Registration Transcription.

(b.) Cadastral map.

(c.) Consent form for land use (landowners exempt).

2. Engineering drawings:

(a.) Location map of the site: Specify the site location, direction, urban planning land-use zoning, and scale.

(b.) Situation plan: Specify the site direction, land number and boundary lines, building lines, names and width of adjacent roads, and building configuration.

(c.) Configuration plan: Specify the site direction, landscape, surrounding roads, and conditions of nearby buildings (including number of stories and structure), location of the applying building, arcades, fire barriers, vacant land, site elevation, drainage system, and direction.

(d.) Floor pans for each story and roof: Specify the use and measurement of each part, and the locations and water flow directions of the new and old conduits.

(e.) Building elevation: Elevation of each direction should be marked with the direction.

(f.) Sectional drawing: Specify the measurement and materials of every part of the building.

(g.) Structural plan for every story.

3. Geotechnical investigation report: For buildings regulated in Article 64 of the Technical Building Structure Regulations or if otherwise deemed as necessary by the competent authority, geotechnical investigation report should be attached. However, if the regulation stipulated in the 4th subparagraph of the 1st paragraph of Article 15 is met, the underground investigation is exempt.

4. Building line designation diagram.

5. If the builder is a construction developer, a valid membership certificate of The Real Estate Development Association of Tainan should be attached.

6. Other relevant documents:

(a.) A written agreement should be attached for those using a common wall.

(b.) A letter of authorization should be attached if the builder commissions an architect to apply for a construction permit.

(c.) Apply for the removal of "37.5% Arable Rent Reduction" if it is recorded on a Land Registration Transcription.

(d.) Cadastral overlay required for processing vacant land overlay mapping.

(e.) Items that should be attached according to relevant regulations.

Documents referred to in item 1 and item 2 of subparagraph 1 of the preceding paragraph are exempt from submission if it can be inquired electronically.

The construction permit applicant mentioned in the 1st paragraph must submit the following drawings to the PWB for future reference before the construction commences:

1. Structural detail drawing: Specify the measurement and material of each cross section.

2. Equipment drawing: Specify the location and detailed design of the main building equipment in Article 28.

3. Structural calculation statement:

(a.) For reinforced concrete beams that span over 6 meters at or below the second floor, stress calculation statement for that part of the building should be attached.

(b.) For steel-frame structures with a span of over 12 meters, steel-frame stress calculation statement should be attached.

(c.) For 3-story reinforced concrete buildings with beams spanning over 5 meters, structural calculation statement should be attached.

(d.) Structural calculation statement should be attached for buildings 4-story or higher.

Article 12 To apply for a miscellaneous license, in addition to complying with the Law, the following documents should be attached:  

1. Certificate of Land Rights:

(a.) Land Registration Transcription.

(b.) Cadastral map

(c.) Consent form for land use (landowners exempt).

2. Engineering drawings: Include a location map, situation plan, floor plan, elevation, and detailed sectional drawing.

3. Drawing of building line designation

4. Other relevant documents:

(a.) A written agreement should be attached for those using a common wall.

(b.) A letter of authorization should be attached if the builder commissions an architect to design or apply for a construction permit.

(c.) A lessee consent form should be attached if the land is used under "37.5% Arable Rent Reduction."

Documents referred to in item 1 and item 2 of subparagraph 1 of the preceding paragraph are exempt from submission if it can be inquired electronically.

To apply for a miscellaneous license for hillside development, in addition to complying with the regulations of the first paragraph, the applicant should also comply with the Regulations for Hillside Building Management.

Article 13 To apply for a usage license, in addition to complying with the Law, the following documents should be attached:

1. Photos of the completed building (Include elevation in each direction, the roof, vacant statutory land, fire barriers, courtyards, parking spaces, etc.)

2. For new building construction, proof of house numbers should be attached.

Article 14 Demolition application licenses should be prepared according to the Directions for Building Demolition Construction, and the following documents should be attached:

1. Location map and building plan

2. Certification of right to building, or other legal certification

3. Construction plan

Article 15  The buildings and miscellaneous projects that are not required to be designed by architects and may not be constructed under supervision of the proprietor or contracted to a construction enterprise as stated in Article 16 of Law are as follows:

1. Cost of project equal to or less than NT$700,000 in Danei District, Beimen District, Shanshang District, Nansi District, Nanhua District, Zuojhen District, Longci District, Dongshan District, Baihe District etc.; cost of project equal to or less than NT$300,000 in other areas.

2. Buildings with a construction area equal to or less than 45 square meters and eave height equal to or less than 3.5 meters, or farmhouses for self use that are approved for construction according to the regulations.

3. Aviaries, pergolas, water towers with a capacity of 2 metric tons or less, 6-meter-high or lower observatories, radio towers, chimneys, 2-meter-high or lower enclosing walls, embankment or earthwork excavation and filling.

4. Facilities for agricultural production and marketing, livestock husbandry, aquaculture, or forestry that are within the set scale range and approved for non-residential uses by the competent agricultural authority.

5. Advertising signs and erections of advertisements with a height equal to or less than 6 meters, cost of main structure equal to or less than NT$500,000, and structure weight equal to or less than 2 metric tons.

Buildings or miscellaneous works exempted from architect supervision in Article 16 of the Law are as follows:

1. Bamboo or wooden buildings, or brick reinforced buildings that are 3-stories or lower without basements. The said buildings should be 10 meters or less in height, with a beam span equal to or less than 6 meters, a cantilever beam span equal to or less than 2 meters, or a roof truss span equal to or less than 12 meters; the total floor area that does not exceed 1,000 square meters for buildings made of bamboo or wood and 300 square meters for brick reinforced buildings.

2. The maximum height of objects that bear miscellaneous loads is equal to or less than 9 meters, and the weight does not exceed 2 metric tons.

To apply for batch construction of the buildings mentioned in each subparagraph of the two preceding paragraphs, the project's cost, area, height, capacity, etc. should be calculated cumulatively.

The certain scale referred to in the 4th subparagraph of the 1st paragraph shall be determined by the competent authority.

Article 16 Construction cost estimation sheet shall be determined by the competent authority. Costs of structures and miscellaneous work not detailed in the construction cost estimation sheet should be estimated by the architect or builder and submitted for approval in conjunction with the application for a construction (miscellaneous work) permit.

Article 17 Construction project involving use of roads should be dealt with according to the following regulations:

1. Width of roads used:

(a.) Roads less than 4 meters in width cannot be used.

(b.) For roads more than 4 and less than 6 meters wide, the width used cannot exceed 1 meter.

(c.) For roads more than 6 and less than 12 meters wide, the width used cannot exceed 1.5 meters.

(d.) For roads more than 12 meters wide, the width used cannot exceed 2 meters. 

2. To apply for the use of a road, an application should be filled out before the commencement of construction, with a map of the range of use attached, and it should be submitted to the competent authority to be dealt with according to relevant regulations.

3. Safety fences should be set up within the approved part of road used; if pedestrian paths are used, safety corridors with roofs for pedestrians should be set up beyond the safety fences.

Article 18 For building base facing planned roads, except those regulated in the urban planning manual, the standards for setting up statutory arcades and pedestrian paths without eaves shall be determined by the competent authority.

Article 19 The contractor should erect a sign of construction content in a conspicuous construction location in front of the construction site and post or store the certified copies of the permit, miscellaneous licenses, demolition permit, etc. at the construction site.

The competent authority can dispatch a staff member for inspection at any time to check for the regulations of the preceding paragraph.

Article 20 For buildings that obtained construction permit but whose construction has not commenced or is in process, if these buildings impede the altered urban plans, the competent authority should notify the builder to apply for necessary design changes within six months. However, stories completed according to the following regulations can apply for a usage license based on the approved range:

1. Those that have already completed foundation works are permitted to finish constructing the first story.

2. Those that have already completed more than the first story and a 1-meter or higher outer wall, or 2.5-meter or higher pillars, are permitted to finish the construction of the in-progress story. However, reinforced concrete structures or brick reinforced buildings for which only steel rebars are set up, with the concrete yet to be poured, cannot be considered as in the process of constructing pillars.

Article 21 Project construction period regulation is as follows:

1. The construction period for 5-story or less buildings is calculated as 6 months adding additional 4 months per underground floor and 3 months per aboveground floor.

2. The construction period for 6-story or more buildings is calculated based on the following standards:

(a.) For the stories from the 15th floor down and the underground floors, the construction period is 4 months for each story.

(b.) For the 16th story and above, the construction period is 3 months for each story.

3. The construction period for all miscellaneous work is one year.

The project construction period is deemed as one year if it is shorter than one year.

The construction period in the first paragraph should be calculated from the day the construction commences; if there is an obvious need to increase the period due to special structures, construction difficulties, tremendous engineering scale, or special conditions, the competent authority can extend the construction period as they see fit based on the application.

Article 22 The commencement of construction referred to in Article 54 of the Law means that the builder, contractor, and supervisor report the commencement of construction to the competent authority according to the Law, and start the project, such as demolition of existing buildings, land leveling, digging, pile driving, or implementing safety measures. However, building block houses or fences instead of doing actual work cannot be deemed as commencement of construction.

Article 23 When reporting building construction commencement, the following documents should be attached:

1. Project construction commencement inspection forms and reports.

2. Project construction commencement report.

3. Proof of air pollution fee payment.

4. Original copy of construction permit.

5. Construction project inspection form.

6. Required documents should be noted in the remarks column of the construction permit.

7. Construction enterprise projects contracting manual (exempted if there is no contractor).

8. Construction plan

9. Affidavit for the perimeter of land used by the building.

The building construction plan should include the following items:

1. The names, addresses, and contact numbers of the contractor's full-time engineering staff members and person responsible for the construction site and management of labor safety and health.

2. Project outline.

3. Construction procedure and scheduled progress.

4. Construction method and operation time

5. Each safety measure, block house, material piling and drawing, and allocation of processing facilities in the construction site.

6. Construction safety and hygiene measures and equipment, construction environment maintenance, construction waste processing, and construction-produced soil processing.

For private 4-story or less buildings, the competent authority can simplify the contents of the two preceding paragraphs based on the local conditions.

Article 24 For the parts of construction project that require inspection reporting, except for some special engineering methods that should be dealt with according to the construction plan approved by the competent authority, the contractor and staff members responsible for supervision should comply with the following construction stages.

1. Layout inspection: after laying out the buildings and before digging the earthworks.

2. Foundation inspection: after basic earthwork digging and before concrete pouring (for reinforced concrete structures, when the rebar arrangement is completed, and for those with foundation piles, when the construction of foundation piles is completed).

3. Rebar arrangement inspection: after the rebar is arranged for reinforced concrete structures and reinforced brickwork for each story or roof is completed, and before concrete pouring.

4. Steel reinforcement inspection: for steel-reinforced concrete structures, before moldboards are set up for steel assembly in each story; After the steel structure and steel structure assembly is completed and before the fireproof covering is added. 

5. Roof truss inspection: after the roof trusses are installed and before the ceiling is constructed.

The inspections in the preceding paragraph should include arcades and their elevations, public traffic, and hygiene and safety measures.

Before the applying for inspection, the contractor and its full-time engineering staff members should carry out pre-inspection and attach the concrete and chloride content test reports from the previous stage and the steel rebar or steel frame non-radioactive test reports from this stage. After these documents are checked and signed by the supervisor, the documents should be delivered to the competent authority before starting the construction of the current stage. The construction may commence the day after the documents are delivered. But if there is a need for urgent construction, the supervisor or the contractor can supervise and proceed with the construction and report for future reference within three days.

Regarding buildings that are not required to be constructed by construction enterprises and not required to be designed and supervised by architects, as per in Article 15, the builder should construct the building according to approved drawings, and the construction is exempted from construction inspection.

For layout and foundation inspections, building location and parts of adjacent building lines are determined by the building line set by the competent authority; the land boundary should be appraised by the competent land administration authority, and if the land boundary is not appraised and the construction encroaches the boundary, the builder will be responsible.

The competent authority can designate parts that require inspection, and the construction can only continue after a staff member dispatched by the authority for inspection confirms its qualification.

The methods and items of inspection shall be determined by the competent authority.

The inspection record of the first paragraph should be saved with the construction permit application documents and engineering drawings until the building is demolished or destroyed.

Article 25 For design changes during construction, applications should be submitted in accordance with the regulations stipulated in the first part of Article 39 of the Law. However, for underground floors, applications can be submitted within 14 days after their construction, as a precaution against emergent danger.

Article 26 The measurement of completed buildings are considered in line with the approved plan if the amount of error does not exceed 1% or 30 centimeters for overall height; 3% or 10 centimeters for each story's height; 3% or 3 square meters for each story's floor area; and 2% or 10 centimeters for other parts. However, for frontage building lines, arcade lines, or designated wall surface lines, the amount of error cannot exceed 5 centimeters.

Article 27 After the completion of the construction project, the builder or contractor can only apply for the usage license after removing the temporary shanties, safety fences, and scaffolds at the construction site; repairing the damaged road, drainage, and other public facilities; and cleaning up the environment.

For access roads that are private or within the site, the road surfacing should be completed. However, if there is an ongoing pipeline construction, it is permissible to only complete the foundation for the passage.

For the restoration of the public facilities and public buildings in the preceding paragraph, the builder or contractor can commission relevant competent authority to perform the task.

Article 28 Main building equipment referred to in Article 70 of the Law is as follows:

1. Firefighting equipment

2. Lightning protection equipment

3. Soil, wastewater, and other waste processing equipment

4. Lift equipment

5. Air raid protection equipment

6. Mechanical parking equipment

Article 29 For buildings whose construction was completed before the implementation of the Law, the Regulations for Building Administration outside of Non-Urban Planning Areas, and the Regulations for Building Administration outside of Regional Planning Areas, the following documents should be attached to reapply for a usage license, and the documents are not required to have signatures from the architect and the construction enterprise.

1. Application usage license

2. Urban planning areas require certification of building line designation

3. Certification of rights to land and building

4. Location map of the site, situation plan, building plan, and elevation.

5. Architect safety certificate

6. Building completion date certification

7. Other relevant documents

The certification of rights to land mentioned in subparagraph 3 of the preceding paragraph is not required if it can be inquired electronically.

Article 30 For public buildings that reapply for usage license in accordance with the preceding article, the exits, corridors, stairs, and firefighting equipment should meet the requirements of the Building Technical Regulations, and the Fire Service Act. However, if the building uses existing stairs or structure modification, the stair width can be exempt from limitation.

Legally added stairs should be dealt with according to the following regulations:

1. Do not need to be included in the construction area and floor area for each story, and the floor area of stairs added for each story should not exceed 25 square meters.

2. Not limited by the related building regulations for gaps, front yards, backyards, and distances between openings.

3. The height of roof protrusions required for stair additions should be regulated by the 1st item of the 9th subparagraph of the 1st article of the Building Design and Construction Technical Regulations. However, the projected area is not included in the aggregation of the horizontal projected area of the roof protrusion for the same item.

Article 31 For buildings that obtained construction permits before the promulgation of the amendment of the Law on December 22, 1971, the following documents should be attached to reapply for a usage license (the documents are not required to have signatures from the architect and construction enterprise):

1.     Application for usage license   

2.     (Removed)

3.     Original construction permit and approved design drawing

4.     If any inspection is conducted during the construction, its record should be attached, and if no inspection was conducted, an architect safety certificate should be attached.

5.     Those that are changing the name of the builder should attach certificates of land and building rights.

6.     Building completion date certification

7.     Other relevant documents

If the building in the preceding paragraph is partially constructed without a permit, the illegally constructed parts shall be processed pursuant to the Regulations for Removal of Illegal Construction.

Article 32 According to the regulations of Article 29 and Article 31, buildings applying for usage license replacement should meet the requirements of the Urban Planning Act, the Regional Planning Act, and related laws. However, those that obtained approval from profit-seeking enterprises or the competent authority in charge of the relevant business before the implementation of the Urban Planning Act, the Regional Planning Act, and related laws are not subject to this limitation.

Article 33 If the competent authority deems a concession as necessary for sites that apply for construction facing rivers, lakes, squares, urban planning roads, etc., the competent authority must consult with relevant agencies to determine the concession boundaries.

Construction along a road intersection, except those for which conceding boundaries are specified in the urban planning manual and drawing, should concede according to the regulations in the appendix.

Article 34 For buildings regulated in the 1st paragraph of Article 99 of the Law, the builder should comply with the following regulations in explaining the terms not applicable to the Law and the reasons for applying for approval from the competent authority:

1. Commemorative buildings: historical sites, buildings, ancient settlements, and buildings and ancillary facilities relevant to renowned historical figures or events deemed as commemorative by the competent authority should be preserved in their original state. Construction plans such as repairs and reconstructions should be reported to the competent authority for approval.

2. For bus stops, mailboxes, telephone booths, police kiosks, transformer boxes, switch boxes, and underground buildings constructed within range of urban roads, the engineering plan should first be approved by the competent authority of the urban roads.

3. For the construction of miscellaneous projects within range of seaports, piers, railway stations, airports, etc., their engineering plan should first be approved by the competent authority.

4. To apply for the competent authority’s approval of land-use plans for temporary buildings, drawings should be attached. After the completed building passes the inspection, a temporary usage license will be granted with an approved period of use. The builder should demolish the temporary buildings after the period of use ends.

Buildings that are not demolished should be demolished after receiving a written notice for demolition within a specific period of time, buildings that are not demolished after the deadline, a forced demolition will be carried out, and the builder will be liable for the costs.

The regulations for managing public facility construction, alteration, or addition within the legal demolition sites shall be determined by the competent authority.

Buildings mentioned in the 1st to 3rd subparagraphs of the 1st paragraph that are not subject to all the regulations of the Law should still submit engineering drawings and specifications, and the construction period should still be submitted to the competent authority for future reference.

Article 35 The competent authority can commission professional guilds or groups to assist in examining the following items:

1. Examination of construction approval

2. Construction inspection

3. Construction completion inspection

4. Review for usage alteration license

5. Construction completion inspection for usage alteration license

6. Review of building public safety report

7. Green building examination

The applicant should pay examination fees to the examination authority, and the standards applied shall be determined by the competent authority.

Article 36 The self-governance ordinances shall be implemented as of the date of the promulgation.

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