Q: – I have a couch in the land not in my red book but on the premises of the old owner, adjacent to the adjacent land, no disputing. In course of my construction, the construction inspector has written down the illegal administrative violations, suspended the construction and issued a decision forcing me to dismantle. Do this treatment correct or not?
Answer: – According to Clause 1, Article 89 of the Construction Law of 2014 and the documents guiding the implementation before the commencement of construction, the investor must have a construction permit (except in some special cases). Investors must organize the construction of works according to the granted construction permits. The Government has imposed sanctions against investors for violating the regulations on construction order, including fines money for investors who organized the construction of works in contravention of the contents of the permits.
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Accordingly, the competent authority is responsible for the construction permit (not the land status) to determine that you are properly licensed or not. If the construction inspector finds out that you have violated the law, they can proceed to sanction.
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