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I'm trying to understand how our own "newly found" NY Building Code is supposed to be understood. Let me see if I understand yours correctly.
All electrical wiring, apparatus and equipment for electric light, heat and power, technology circuits or systems shall comply with the rules of the department of commerce or the department of labor and industry, as applicable, and be installed in conformity with accepted standards of construction for safety to life and property. For the purposes of this chapter, the rules and safety standards stated at the time the work is done in the then most recently published edition of the National Electrical Code as adopted by the National Fire Protection Association, Inc. and approved by the American National Standards Institute, ...
This sounds to me like you automatically go to the latest NEC as soon as it's published. Is that what that means?
...provided further, that in the event a Minnesota Building Code is formulated pursuant to section 16B.61, containing approved methods of electrical construction for safety to life and property, compliance with said methods of electrical construction of said Minnesota Building Code shall also constitute compliance with this section,
This means that any Electrical related info in the Building Code is also
... and provided further, that nothing herein contained shall prohibit any political subdivision from making and enforcing more stringent requirements than set forth herein and such requirements shall be complied with by all licensed electricians working within the jurisdiction of such political subdivisions.
Basically, Municipalities can adopt their own rules, but not be more permissive?
And it only has to be followed by Licensed
Electricians?? Whoa! Is that a loophole or what?