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Insurance Company Audits #12638
08/14/02 07:06 AM
08/14/02 07:06 AM
Joe Tedesco  Offline OP
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What does the insurance industry have in place concerning building electrical and other systems property inspection audits?

I have been told that they sometimes call for more than the electrical code.


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Re: Insurance Company Audits #12639
08/14/02 05:12 PM
08/14/02 05:12 PM
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Joe:
I have run into "NEC Compliant" and "UCC Compliant" (NJ State Uniform Construction Code) which adopts the NEC with some minor modifications.

Some ins. inspectors/adjusters can be a real pain when it comes to "storm damage" and/or flood damages.

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