Where plans1 of any proposed work are, in accordance with building regulations2, deposited with a local authority3, it is the duty of the local authority, subject to any other provision of the Building Act 1984 that expressly requires or authorises it in certain cases to reject plans, to pass the plans unless they are defective4, or they show that the proposed work would contravene5 any of the building regulations6. If the plans are defective, or show that the proposed work would contravene any of the building regulations, the local authority may reject the plans, or pass them7 subject to
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