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'I do not change the building codes every week. I do it every other week.'
What code violations?
'It's not so much the distance to your proposed mini-mall site, but that I'm not as familiar with your galaxy's zoning laws as I'd like to be.'
Walk-in Clinic and Climb up Clinic.
Tags:walk-in clinics, walk-in clinic, walk in clinic, walk in clinics, doctors office, disabled access, doctor's office, health, seniors, senior, citizen, citizens, oap, oaps, pensioner, pensioners, accessibility, accessibility standards, handicap, disabilities, aging, limited mobility, ramps, easy access, building codes, climbing, rope climbing, inaccessible
Good fences make good neighbors - unless you live in a high-rise.
Tags:neighbors, neighbor, neighbour, neighbours, fence, private, private life, bad neighbours, bad neighbors, fences, building fences, building the wall, privacy, annoying neighbors, fence, condos, condominium, high-rise, elevator, work without a permit, building codes, up to code, fencing company, setting boundaries
'Well, little pigs, maybe I couldn't blow your house down .... but I checked with City Hall and found out you guys didn't apply for a building permit ...'
"The building code says we can use structural steel and poured concrete, and we can go 40 stories high - it doesn't say we have to!"
Tags:building code, building codes, lease agreement, lease agreements, downtown, high rise, high rises, high riser, high risers, skyscraper, skyscrapers, technicality, technicalities, loophole, loopholes, loop holes, loop hole, building, buildings, personal home, personal homes, real estate, real estate developer, real estate developers, real estate development, real estate developments
"So you need money for municipal bribes to get your pyramids rezoned for cemetery use."
"I do not change the building codes every week. I do it every other week."
Tags:building, builder, contractor, contracting, construction, inspector, inspection, code, building codes, bureaucracy, bureaucrat, carpenter, carpentry, building inspection, building inspector, building code, builders, built to code, building to code, architect, architects, architecture, skyscraper, skyscrapers
"Sound like the first two little pigs should have stuck with legal building codes."
'Sorry mate. Your church doesn't meet the minimum building code.'
'Oh no. Another major code violation decision.'
'I'll see you one fire exit, and raise you another sprinkler system.'
'It's not so much the distance to your proposed house site, but that I'm not familiar with your planet's building codes.'
Great. So now I have to find the elevator?
'I hope no Gingerbread Men were harmed to build this cottage.'
"Like it says here, none of these pillars are to code, you've built in protected habitat, and you're not using Druid labor. Construction stops till these issues are rectified."
Tags:stonehenge, protected habitat, protected environment, protected environments, building regs, building regulation, building regulations, building inspector, building inspectors, building inspection, building code, building codes, violation, violations, labor rights, labour rights, trade union, trade unions, labour union, labour unions, labor union, labor unions, stone circle, stone circles, stonehenge mystery