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  1. A petitioner may assert the petition requires immediate action because there is potential imminent danger to public health, safety or welfare. To substantiate the existence of potential imminent danger, the petitioner must include in the petition a written description of the specific facts showing the need for immediate action.
  2. If the emergency petition is approved by the Commission and if the petition is accepted pursuant to this article, the proposing agency or adopting agency shall develop and/or adopt new or amended building standards necessary to satisfy the cause for the petition. The new or amended building standards shall be proposed and adopted as emergency building standards as permitted by Health and Safety Code Sections 18934.8 and 18937, and as provided for in section 1-419 of this chapter.
Authority: Health and Safety Code Sections 18931, 18934.8, 18937 and 18949.6.
Reference: Health and Safety Code Sections 18931, 18934.8, 18937 and 18949.6.

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