What if I have a permit and do not call for inspection?
Permits expire after 180 days if no required inspections have been approved. In order for a project to be complete, it must pass final inspections. In some cases, a Certificate of Completion or a Certificate of Occupancy may also be required. If a permit expires before final inspections, it becomes null and void, and the project is in violation of the Code. If this is your case, please call our office at 386-410-2800. We will help you get the project back on track. Our main interest is seeing the project completed, including all final inspections and the protection of life and property.

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3. What if I have a permit and do not call for inspection?