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WAC 246-359-100

Expiration and extension of construction permits.

(1) Permit expiration. The permit will be considered null and void one year from the date the permit was issued if the applicant:
(a) Has not initiated the work authorized by the permit;
(b) Suspends or abandons the authorized work at any time after the work has begun by not calling for the next required inspection within one year after a required inspection;
(c) Has not applied for a time extension according to the requirements in subsection (2) of this section.
(2) Permit extension. The applicant can apply for a one time only extension when the request is made in writing to the department of health:
(a) Before the permit expires;
(b) Stating reasons satisfactory to the department of health;
(c) The original plans and specifications will be used and no changes have been made or are planned to be made; and
(d) The applicable standards have not changed.
(3) Any applicant who does not apply for an extension according to the requirements in this section cannot resume work unless the applicant:
(a) Resubmits plans according to WAC 246-359-070; and
(b) Pays full plan review and permit fee according to WAC 246-359-990.
(4) The department of health can refund up to eighty percent of the construction permit fee if the applicant submits a written request before construction starts. The refund will be determined by the department of health based on the permit fee paid as required by Table I in WAC 246-359-990.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.114A RCW and RCW 43.70.334 through 43.70.340. WSR 15-13-091, § 246-359-100, filed 6/15/15, effective 1/1/16. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.114A.081. WSR 99-03-065, § 246-359-100, filed 1/18/99, effective 2/18/99.]
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