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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-28-2018, 10:39 PM
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Wow thatís a lot of work. Wish I had that kind of ambition.
Dan,I heard they were outlawing tree houses in BC . I guess there have been to many injuries when they come crashing down
The newspapers here were reporting that they had no basements and the rents were too high..
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Yeh, and now they're branching out into condos; 'Evergreen Estates'.
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Permits weren't the issue- it was the structure itself that was a no-no.

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On the lighter side- What is red inside and green outside and rents for $500 a month?

A four room watermelon!
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$500/mo?...melon-choly!
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Permits weren't the issue- it was the structure itself that was a no-no.
That's what I mean. If they had applied for a permit, they would have been turned down. They should have known better.

Some years back there was a guy in the big city here who thought he would beat that. He put up a garage in a day. No permit. Apparently they now use satellite pictures to spot builds, and somehow someone caught the fact that it was built, and no permit. The permit would have cost $50. The fine for no permit was way more than the permit. Something around $1500 if I recall right, I think it was more than the guy had in the garage.

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The permit office might not know the specific regulations for a subdivision. Apply and get the permit. If there was a contractor, the contractor would have to review restrictions. It seems it would be up to the homeowner to review their deed and/or restrictions clauses.

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...but it might come in handy if it rains for forty nights and days!
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