107.2 Application for Plan Approval
- Identify and describe the work to be covered for which application is made for approval.
- Describe the land on which the proposed work is to be done, street address or similar description that will readily identify and locate the proposed building or work.
- Indicate the use and occupancy(ies) for which the proposed work is intended.
- Be accompanied by construction documents and other information as required in Section 106.1.
- Be signed by the owner, or the owner's authorized agent.
- Give such other data and information as required by the building official.
- Identify and clearly indicate whether the project or portion of a project intends to utilize an industrialized unit, as defined in Section 113.2.
- Identify and clearly indicate whether the project or portion of a project intends to utilize an assembly of individually listed or labeled products.
The approval of plans under this section is a "license" and the failure to approve such plans as submitted within thirty days after filing or the disapproval of such plans is an "adjudication order denying the issuance of a license" requiring the opportunity for an "adjudication hearing" as provided by Sections 119.07 to 119.13 of the Revised Code and as modified by Sections 3781.031 and 3781.19 of the Revised Code. In accordance with Section 109, an adjudication order denying the issuance of a license shall specify the reasons for such denial.
If construction documents have been reviewed for compliance with the rules of the board, an adjudication order has been issued to the owner and the owner's representative, and the owner has neither exercised the right to appeal pursuant to Section 110 nor resubmitted corrected documents, the application is invalid six months from the date of the issuance of the adjudication order.