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The local authority for the relevant area has a duty to enforce compliance with the building regulations. Where works have been carried out on a building, the local authority can take enforcement action under the Buildings Act 1984 (BA 1984) which can lead to a significant fine on conviction following a prosecution under BA 1984, s 35. The limitation period is two years after completion of the work and the action is against the person who carried out the work. The local authority can also within a period of 12 months serve an enforcement or contravention notice on the owner of a building, requiring them to alter or remove work in breach, pursuant to BA 1984, s 36. Thereafter the local authority can apply for an injunction requiring remedial works in the event that the structure is dangerous.
On completion of works to a building, the owner should obtain a completion certificate, which certifies compliance with building regulations and is obtained from the local authority. In order for a certificate to be obtain
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