My question involves real estate located in the State of: Pa.
Hi everyone. My question involves building code. Pa. has an act, (Uniform Construction Code Statue) which local authorities can adopt (which mine has) which spells out the regulations. So my twp. is enforcing this code. It also has it's regular twp zoning code.
There is a section of the UCC code that states accessory buildings that are exempt from a permit. However the twps. old code required a permit. So they are trying to enforce both codes by telling me I still have to get a permit because local law supersedes state law. Whats your thoughts?
There is a section in the UCC that kinda says once they adopt it, that's what they have to use. So I think they are trying to side step it by saying it's a zoning thing, even though the UCC states it's exempt from permit.