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Old 07-29-2019, 03:05 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if I can hand in electric paperwork after I start the remolding in condos? I was too busy with other work and I don't have time to finish electric and plumbing paperwork for the coop. I am gonna start work tomorrow and I only have plumbing paperwork ready. I figure I would not touching electric work after we do the floor, so does it fine for me to hand in paperwork late? Any thoughts? thanks
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Old 07-29-2019, 04:39 PM   #2
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Are you doing this job without a permit? Most places won't issue one before all the paperwork is turned in.

At any rate, you need to ask your local authorities. Different locations have different policies.

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you should call management right away

man , down here , every condo association or building is its own animal.
some are great to deal with . some are a nightmare (that's another word for a##holes)

some want you to fill out a packet of info
show license and insurance . ' then they have to approve the drawing , before you bring it to the city, to make sure the board approves of it first.

others , once they see you legit , they let you go in
because frankly a permit is a great thing, but it basically takes triple the time to complete.
the ones who let me in without a permit , will require that all work by mechanical/ electric/ plumbing is done by licensed guys.

then to deal with parking !!
sometimes hundreds of yards away

then receiving its its own entity ,
and sometimes you have to grease a few palms
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