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Plumbing Appeals

There are provisions under the Building Act 2000 to appeal plumbing matters, some of these are:

  1. Appeal the refusal or a failure to issue a Plumbing Permit or Special Plumbing Permit.
  2. Appeal any condition on a Plumbing Permit.
  3. Appeal Plumbing Order.
  4. An owner of a building or land, or a plumber engaged by such an owner, may appeal to the Appeal Board against the exercise of, or failure to exercise, any power by a permit authority under this Act in relation to that building or land.
  5. A person may apply to the Appeal Board to determine whether any provision of the Tasmanian Plumbing Code applies or may be modified in respect of any plumbing work that is proposed to be undertaken by the person.