davidgGood Bye My FriendPremium,MVM
reply to Hall
Re: Keeping (upgrading) to (current) code - when does it apply?
said by Hall:which is why i said check with the AHJ, i've had different inspectors within the same permit office say totally contradictory things. there is room for interpretation, and each inspector will interpret in their own way. it's not supposed to be that way, but it does happen.
Define "modify". Some could argue that changing a receptacle qualifies as "modify" and therefore the circuit all the way back to the breaker box needs brought up to code. Yes ?
My FIL has an RV that he wants to park at our house. I called the county permit office to see what we needed to do and was told no permit necessary and no inspection required if i just put an outlet right off my outdoor service panel(2 pole breakers are all in it feeding the inside single poles). i talked to another inspector that came by our office for a radio issue and was told that not only must i get a permit, but i MUST use a licensed electrician per county code! still waiting on them to figure out who is correct.
Lack of Preparation on YOUR Part does NOT Constitute an Emergency on Mine!