A Stop Work Order (SWO) is issued when a building inspector observes unsafe work or conditions on a property. In addition, a Stop Work Order may be issued in conjunction with a violation and when the scope of the construction work is not part of what was permitted.
When you receive an Order To Comply (OTC) stating that your property violates Code, read the order carefully to identify which items:
• require a permit
• find contact information for the inspector or supervisor
• determine what fees may be applied and penalties if not paid on time
• determine appeal/remediation procedures
Both notices need a professional to assist the owner in resolving any issues raised. Permit Plans is here to put its experience and know-how to offer a solution to this obstacle.