Bill Summary for H 853 (2021)

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Aug 25 2021

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View NCGA Bill Details2021
House Bill 853 (Public) Filed Tuesday, May 4, 2021
AN ACT TO LIMIT THE SCOPE OF REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATES OF OCCUPANCY FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, TO CLARIFY PROCEDURES FOR ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW BY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS OF APPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT APPROVALS, AND TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS TO THE NORTH CAROLINA BUILDING CODE COUNCIL TO CONDUCT CERTAIN COST-BENEFIT ANALYSES.
Intro. by Brody, Moffitt, Zenger.

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House committee substitute to the 3rd edition makes the following changes.

Amends proposed GS 160D-402.1, which requires local governments to complete an administrative review of an application for development approval and any supporting documents within 30 days of receipt within specified procedural requirements. Regarding instances in which a local government receives a corrected application from a developer following notice of deficiency or deficiencies, further directs the local government to notify the developer within 10 days of receipt of the corrected application that either (1) the application is complete and no further information is required for the local government to make a development approval determination (was, that the application is complete) or (2) the application does not correct all of the identified deficiencies. 

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