A local authority must within the specified period1 give a completion certificate in all cases (including a case where a certificate has already been given for a building occupied before the work is completed2where they are satisfied, after taking all reasonable steps, that, following completion of building work carried out on it, a building complies with the relevant statutory provisions3.
A local authority must within the specified period4 give a completion certificate in respect of part or all of a building where building work is being carried out and where all of the following circumstances apply:
(1) part or all
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