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This article shall be known as the "Los Angeles Elevator Code" a portion of the "Los Angeles Municipal Code" and wherever the word "Code" is used in this article, it shall mean the "Los Angeles Elevator Code". Wherever the word "City" is used in this article, it shall mean the "City of Los Angeles". Wherever the word "Department" is used in this article, it shall mean the "Department of Building and Safety".
  1. The purpose of this Code is to provide for the safety of life and limb, and to promote the public welfare.
  2. Other Limitations. The permissive provisions of this Code shall not be presumed to waive any limitations imposed by other statutes or ordinances of the City of Los Angeles or State of California.
This Code covers the design, construction, installation, alteration, inspection, maintenance, testing, operation, repairing and licensing of elevators, escalators, moving walks, dumbwaiters, manlifts, private residence elevators and inclined elevators, inclined lifts, reciprocating conveyors, wheelchair lifts, inclined stairway chairlifts, private residence inclined stairway chairlifts and wheelchair lifts, their hoistways, and their appurtenances, in the City of Los Angeles.

   No person shall construct, install, remove, alter, repair, use or maintain any elevator equipment or related devices regulated by this Code without complying with all applicable provisions.

   This Code does not apply to belts, buckets, scoops or roller conveyors, tiering and piling machine hoists, automobile grease hoists, building hoists, skip hoists, mine devices, lift bridges, or freight platform hoists.
  1. If two or more requirements of this Code are not identical or are in conflict, the Code requirement that provides the greater safety to person, property or public welfare shall prevail.
  2. The Superintendent of Building or his duly authorized representative is empowered to make all interpretations concerning the provisions of this Code.
The Elevator Safety Engineers of the Elevator Division, Department of Building and Safety, shall make a written report of each inspection and file that report in the records of the Department. A copy of the report shall be mailed to the owner or person having custody of the elevator.
If, upon inspection of equipment covered by this Code such equipment is found in an unsafe condition, the Department shall thereupon serve a written notice of the findings upon the holder of the operating license stating the time when recommended repairs must be completed except that where the work or repair required is in the nature of an emergency, the neglect of which would endanger human life, such work or repairs may be ordered to be done at once and the equipment ordered sealed and taken out of service.
  1. The Department shall have the power to order the use of any equipment regulated by this Code discontinued for the following reasons:
    1. When in case of emergency, in the opinion of the Safety Engineer, any device covered by this Code is in a condition rendering it unsafe for operation.
    2. For willful failure to comply with requirements issued by the Department for the correction of violations.
    3. For failure to pay fees prior to the issuance of any permit to operate an elevator. Failure to obtain proper permits and to pay permit fees and inspection fee within 60 days after notification shall constitute cause for the Department to prohibit the use of the elevator.
  2. Whenever any construction or work is being done contrary to the provisions of any law, ordinance, rule, regulation or safety standard enforced by the Department, the Superintendent of Building shall issue a written notice to the responsible party to stop work on that portion of the work on which the violation has occurred. The notice shall state the nature of the violation, and no work shall be done on that portion until the violation has been corrected and approval obtained from the Department.
  3. The owner of any building for which equipment regulated by this Code is installed shall notify the Department in writing within 30 days of any change of ownership, managing company or change of address of the party responsible for the equipment.
Every inhabited building provided with a passenger elevator after the effective date of this Section shall maintain at least one operational passenger elevator serving all occupied levels of the building, regardless of the number or stories.

EXCEPTION: The building may be inhabited for a limited period of time, subject to the approval of the Department, without an operational elevator during periods of elevator maintenance, repair or replacement.
The person who installs or constructs equipment covered by this Code shall notify the Department before such installation is covered and shall in the presence of a representative of the Department subject the equipment and installation to tests of capacity, speed, safety devices, governors, buffers and general operating conditions. All tests shall be made as hereinafter provided.
No person shall construct, reconstruct or install any elevator, dumbwaiter, escalator and other equipment covered in this Code, without obtaining a permit therefor from the Department prior to the commencement of such construction, reconstruction or installation. Before any permit is issued, plan drawings of the equipment intended to be constructed or installed shall be filed with the Department. If they are in compliance with the provisions of this Code, the Department shall endorse thereon by stamping approval, and issuing a permit for the construction, reconstruction or installation of such equipment.
The provisions of the Code are not retroactive except as specifically provided hereinafter; provided however, that any device covered by this Code, found to be in a dangerous condition, or if the design or method of operation in combination with devices used is considered inherently dangerous, or if there is an immediate hazard to those riding on or using such equipment, it shall be the duty of the Department to notify the holder of the operating license of such installation in writing of the existing condition and to order alterations or additions as the Department finds are necessary to eliminate the existing dangerous condition.
The authority of personnel of the Department to enter any building or upon any premise for the purpose of enforcing any provisions of or perform any duty imposed by this Code is set forth in Section 98.0105 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code.

   Any person refusing to comply with or assisting in the violation of any provision of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor as specified in Section 98.0105 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code.
A Certificate of Inspection (Operating Permit) to use any equipment listed in this article is required to be obtained for each location at which the equipment inspected is located. These certificates shall be issued, provided the equipment is found to be in a safe condition and in conformity with the provisions of this Code. The certificate shall specify the expiration date, the number of passengers and maximum weight to be carried on or in the equipment for which the certificate is issued.

   A Certificate of Inspection (Operating Permit) issued by the Department to operate a passenger elevator, freight elevator or inclined elevator shall be posted in the elevator car. For other devices, the Certificate of Inspection (Operating Permit) shall be available on the premises.
  1. The Department shall require that every request for inspection be filed at least one day before such inspection is desired: such request may be in writing or by telephone at the option of the Department.
  2. It shall be the duty of the person requesting inspection of any equipment regulated by this Code to provide access to and means for proper inspection for such equipment.
  3. The removal of any material necessary to permit an inspection shall be required by the Superintendent of Building by written order. The City shall not be liable for any expense incurred in the removal or replacement of any material required to permit the inspection.
Any injury to any person resulting from or caused by equipment, machinery or apparatus as herein mentioned, shall be reported promptly by a responsible party and in no case later than 12 o'clock noon of the first day the office of the Department is open for public business following such accident, to the Department. The responsible party shall immediately remove the equipment from service upon knowledge of any injury. No person shall adjust, repair or replace any part of the equipment on which such injury occurred, until after the Department has made an inspection, which inspection shall be made within 18 hours after receipt of the report of any accident or injury, and shall have authorized such removal, adjustments, repairs or replacement to be made or equipment to be returned back into service. For the purposes of this section, "responsible party," shall mean any person having possession or custody of or authority or control over any premises whereon any equipment, or device mentioned in this code is installed, whether as owner, lessee, licensee, trustee, mortgagee, management company, or representative, officer, employer or agent thereof, or as building manager or custodian, or in any capacity whatsoever.
The Superintendent of Building shall have the authority to make rules and regulations and to fix safety standards, and to provide for the proper enforcement thereof, as to any equipment or apparatus mentioned in this Code and violation of or failure to comply with any of said rules and regulations or safety standards shall be deemed to be a violation of this Code and shall be punishable as a misdemeanor.
  1. The Superintendent of Building shall appoint a Board of Examiners consisting of three qualified persons for the purpose of examining Journey-Level Elevator Mechanics, Wheelchair and Inclined Stairway Chairlifts Mechanics, and Vertical Reciprocating Conveyors Mechanics. The Superintendent of Building shall have the authority to establish rules and regulations for the conduct of these examinations.
  2. The Board of Examiners shall hold examinations for Journey-Level Elevator Mechanics, Wheelchair and Inclined Stairway Chairlifts Mechanics, and Vertical Reciprocating Conveyors Mechanics in accordance with rules prescribed by the Superintendent of Building.
  1. No person shall, without a Certificate of Registration from the Board of Examiners as a Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic, install, construct, repair, maintain, or reconstruct any elevator, wheelchair and inclined stairway chairlift, vertical reciprocating conveyor or related device regulated by this Code, or its parts, for which a permit is specifically required in LAMC Sections 92.0126 and 92.0129.

    EXCEPTIONS:
    1. A person who holds a Certificate of Registration from the Board of Examiners as a Wheelchair Lift Mechanic may install, construct, repair, maintain, or reconstruct any wheelchair and inclined stairway chairlift for which a permit is specifically required in LAMC Sections 92.0126 and 92.0129.
    2. A person who holds a Certificate of Registration from the Board of Examiners as a Vertical Reciprocating Conveyors Mechanic may install, construct, repair, maintain, or reconstruct any vertical reciprocating conveyor for which a permit is specifically required in LAMC Sections 92.0126 and 92.0129.
  2. The Certificate of Registration shall be required whether the Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic, Wheelchair Lift Mechanic or Vertical Reciprocating Mechanic is employed by an Elevator, Chairlift or Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor Contractor or by an owner of a building or the owner's agent.
  3. The term "Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic" or "Elevator Mechanic" for the purpose of this Code shall mean a person who is qualified and registered by the City of Los Angeles to perform or supervise performance of work installing, altering, repairing, servicing, adjusting, maintaining or inspecting all equipment within the scope of this Code.
  4. The term "Wheelchair Lift Mechanic" for the purpose of this Code shall mean a person who is qualified and registered by the City of Los Angeles to perform or supervise performance of work installing, altering, repairing, servicing, adjusting, maintaining or inspecting limited to wheelchair lifts and inclined stairway chairlifts within the scope of this Code.
  5. The term "Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor Mechanic" for the purpose of this Code shall mean a person who is qualified and registered by the City of Los Angeles to perform or supervise performance of work installing, altering, repairing, servicing, adjusting, maintaining or inspecting limited to vertical reciprocating conveyors within the scope of this Code.
  1. Every person who desires to be registered as a Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic, Wheelchair Lift Mechanic or Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor Mechanic shall make application to the Department on a form to be provided by the Department.
  2. Each application or registration as a Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic, Wheelchair Lift Mechanic or Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor Mechanic shall be filed with the Department. At the time of filing, the applicant shall pay a filing fee as specified in LAMC Section 98.0414(a).
  3. To be eligible for the certificate, the applicant shall have had at least three years experience as an apprentice or helper to an Elevator Mechanic.
Each registered Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic, Wheelchair Lift Mechanic or Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor Mechanic may have assisting them in the performance of their duties, helpers or apprentices who shall not be required to be registered under the provisions of this Code. However, no helper or apprentice shall do or perform any work upon any elevator or its parts of the kind for which a permit is required by LAMC Sections 92.0126 and 92.0129, except when the registered Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic, Wheelchair Lift Mechanic or Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor Mechanic is actually upon the premises on which the work is being done and is personally supervising and directing the work of the helpers or apprentices.
Each Certificate of Registration issued to a Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic, Wheelchair Lift Mechanic or Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor Mechanic pursuant to the provisions of this Code shall be valid for a period of one year from the date of issuance, unless revoked or suspended. The Superintendent of Building shall have the power to revoke or suspend the certificate for good cause.
  1. Any Certificate of Registration not previously revoked or suspended for cause shall be renewed on or before 30 days after its expiration date.
  2. The Department shall collect a fee as specified in LAMC Section 98.0414(a)3. from every applicant applying for a renewal of a Registration Certificate for a Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic, Wheelchair Lift Mechanic or Vertical Reciprocating Mechanic.
  3. A delinquent Elevator Registration Certificate for a Journey-Level Elevator Mechanic, Wheelchair Lift Mechanic or Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor Mechanic may be renewed at any time within 12 months following the date of expiration. After the first month, the renewal fee shall be increased by 10% for each additional month that the Registration Certificate remains delinquent for up to 12 months following the date of expiration.
  1. The Department shall cause to be inspected and tested once every year all elevator equipment or related devices governed by this Code.
  2. The Department shall have its representative present to witness all tests made on elevator safety devices, governors and other safety equipment. Every such device shall be stamped with the proper identification and date before the Department may approve such device for use.
  3. The Department shall charge and collect a fee for each periodic inspection made by the Department as follows:

    Private residence elevator.....$58.00

    Dumbwaiter.....$71.00

       (with automatic transfer).....$123.00

    Sidewalk elevator.....$162.00

    Hand elevator.....$58.00

    Escalator and Moving Walk.....$162.00

    Inclined Elevator.....$162.00

    Hydraulic Elevator - Direct Plunger and Cabled.....$162.00

    Cabled elevator:

       10 landings or under.....$214.00

       11 landings but under 20 landings.....$286.00

       21 landings and over.....$357.00

    Fire or Emergency Operation.....$84.00

    Seismic device operation.....$84.00

    Manlift.....$156.00

    Vertical Platform (wheelchair) Lift.....$71.00

    Inclined Platform (wheelchair) Lift.....$71.00

    Stairway Chair lift.....$71.00

    Material Lift with Automatic Transfer Device.....$214.00

    Vertical and Inclined Reciprocating Conveyor.....$214.00

    Rack and Pinion Elevator.....$214.00

    Special Purpose Personnel Elevator.....$214.00

    Automated Guided Vehicles on Guide Ways.....$143.00 per hour

    Conveyance used for Construction.....$143.00 per hour

  4. The periodic inspection fees for any conveyance not listed in Subsection (c), above, that is required to be inspected pursuant to this section, shall be based on similar devices as determined by LAMC Section 92.0202.
Whenever special enforcement procedures are required to obtain compliance with properly executed Department notices or orders, a fee, as specified in LAMC Section 98.0407, shall be assessed.
Whenever any work for which a permit is required under the provisions of this Code has been commenced without the authorization of such permit, a special investigation shall be made before a permit may be issued for such work. In addition to the permit fee, an investigation fee shall be collected under LAMC Section 98.0402.

    No permit shall be issued when an investigation fee is due until such fee has been paid.

   The payment of the investigation fee shall not exempt any person from compliance with the provisions of this Code nor from any penalty prescribed by law.
  1. No person shall install, construct or reconstruct any device regulated by this Code without first obtaining a permit from the Department.
  2. No person shall perform any work in or on any existing elevator, dumbwaiter, escalator, moving walk, inclined elevator, manlift, private residential elevator, private residential inclined elevator, private residential inclined stairway chairlift, private residential wheelchair lift, reciprocating conveyor, wheelchair lift and inclined stairway chair lift and related devices regulated by this Code so as to change its type, design or purpose to a different type, design or purpose without first obtaining a permit from the Department.
  3. The Department shall, before issuance of a Certificate of Inspection, charge and collect a fee of $26.00 for each installation permit.

        The fees specified in this subsection shall be increased by 12.5% for all construction or work required to comply with Title 24, California Administrative Code, Section 1-110, et seq., the state's handicapped access and adaptability requirements.
  4. Upon completion of any of the work enumerated in this section for which an installation permit has been issued, the Department shall inspect the work and collect a fee of $143.00 for each hour or portion of an hour for each acceptance inspection and issue a Certificate of Inspection, if and when the work is found to comply with the requirements of this Code.

       The fees specified in this section shall be increased by 12.5% for all construction or work required to comply with the State's disabled access and adaptability requirements in Title 24, of the California Code of Regulations.
  5. Application for all permits shall be made upon forms provided by the Department.
  6. The fee for field consultations shall be $143.00 per hour or any fraction of an hour.
  1. Before formally accepting a set of plans and specifications for checking, the Department shall collect a plan check fee.
  2. Plan checking fees shall be as follows:

    Dumbwaiter, each.....$100.00

    Sidewalk elevators, each.....$100.00

    Private residential elevator, each.....$100.00

    Escalators and moving walks, each.....$158.00

    Hydraulic elevator-Direct Plunger, each.....$129.00

    Hydraulic Elevator-Cabled, each.....$432.00

    Cabled elevators, each.....$432.00

    Inclined elevator, each.....$432.00

    Vertical Platform (Wheelchair) Lift, each.....$100.00

    Inclined Platform (Wheelchair) Lift, each.....$100.00

    Stairway Chair Lift, each.....$100.00

    Material Lift, each.....$129.00

    Reciprocating Conveyer, each.....$129.00

    Rack and Pinion Elevator, each.....$432.00

    Conveyances not covered in this list.....$208.00/unit.

       If plan check time exceeds 2 hours, the Department will collect a plan check fee as specified in LAMC Section 98.0415(e).

       Modernizations and Alterations.....$208.00.

       If plan check time exceeds 2 hours, the Department will collect a fee as specified in LAMC Section 98.0415(e).
  3. The plan check fees required by the provisions of this section are in addition to the inspection fees required elsewhere in this Code. The total plan check fee shall be paid at the time plans are submitted for plan check.
  4. The Department may collect a plan check fee as specified in LAMC Section 98.0415(e) for the plan checking of any custom, specialized or non-standard elevator or related equipment, or for any elevator or related equipment not included in the above plan check schedule.
  5. Off-hour Plan Check. Upon request by an applicant and accepted by the Department, an off-hour plan check fee per LAMC Section 98.0422 may be collected.
The Department may, at its discretion, make emergency inspections at other than normal working hours, upon the request of a permittee, provided that additional fees are paid as specified in LAMC Section 98.0406.
  1. No person shall cause or permit any repairs, replacements, alterations, or modifications to any elevator or equipment regulated by this Code unless a permit has first been obtained from the Department.

       For the purposes of this section, the term "alteration" shall include any work which entails the installation or replacement of any of the mechanical devices or apparatus specified in Subsection (d) or Notes A, B, C of this section and any alterations, repairs and replacements listed in the California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 3000(h).
  2. The Department shall charge and collect the sum of $26.00 for each inspection permit to do any work and the sum of $143.00 per hour or any portion of an hour for the inspection of the work specified in Notes A, B, C of this section and alterations, repairs and replacements listed in the California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Sections 3000(h), 3141.0 and 3141.2, on each particular elevator, escalator or dumbwaiter including lifts or moving walks. No repair, replacement, alteration or modification permit shall allow any person to alter the type or design of the installation, and in the event that the work is of a nature that would alter the type, design or purpose of the installation, then a permit shall be obtained pursuant to the provisions of LAMC Section 92.0129.
  3. Application for all such permits shall be made upon forms provided by the Department.
  4. The fee for any repairs, replacements, alterations or modifications for which a permit is required, but for which no fee is provided here, shall be as provided under LAMC Sections 92.0129 or 92.0132(b).
  5. The fee for field consultations will be $143.00 per hour or any fraction thereof.

       NOTE A: For the purpose of this section, the following shall be considered alterations for electric elevators:
    1. Increase in rated load or speed
    2. Increase in dead weight of car
    3. Increase or decrease in travel
    4. Change in type of operation or control (including modification of fire and emergency operation)
    5. Change in size or number of hoisting or counterweight ropes
    6. Change in size or type of guide rails
    7. Replacement of or change in type of car or counterweight safety
    8. Permissive use of freight elevators to transport employees
    9. Change in classification from freight to passenger service
    10. Change in power supply
    11. Replacement of an existing driving machine by a new driving machine
    12. Replacement of an existing controller by a new controller
    13. Replacement of an existing driving machine brake by a new brake
    14. Replacement of hoistway doors
    15. Addition or replacement of hoistway door locking devices or car door or gate electric contact
    16. Addition of hoistway access switches
    17. Addition of top-of-car operating devices
    18. Addition of hoistway door and/or car-door or gate operating devices
    19. Addition of rope equalizers
    20. Addition of auxiliary rope-fastening devices
    21. Addition of car-leveling or truck zoning devices
    22. Addition of roller guide shoes
    23. Replacement of elevator ropes
    24. Land Elevator
       NOTE B: For the purpose of this section, the following shall be considered alterations for hydro-electric elevators:
    1. Replacement of an existing control valve with a valve of a different type;
    2. Replacement and repair of existing relief and check valves;
    3. Replacement of existing supply piping and fittings;
    4. Replacement of existing tanks;
    5. Replacement of cylinder and/or plunger with a cylinder or plunger of different material, size or design;
    6. Increase of working pressure;
    7. Earthquake restraints.
       NOTE C: For the purpose of this section, replacements or additions to elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters, inclined lifts and moving walks and other related devices regulated by this Code beyond those necessary for normal maintenance shall be considered alterations.
  1. Each periodic inspection shall be entitled to a maximum of two inspection trips.
  2. A fee as specified in LAMC Section 98.0412(b) shall be paid for each additional inspection trip in excess of the two trips allowed in Subsection (a) of this section.
  3. The fees charged under this section are in addition to any other fees shown in this division, and the payment of the fees required by this section shall not exempt any person from compliance with other provisions of the Code, nor from any penalty prescribed by law.
All elevator equipment, including controls, doors, interlocks, machinery, governor, safety devices, switches and any other devices designed for the operation of the equipment governed by this Code shall be approved by the Superintendent of Building before they may be in stalled or used. The Superintendent of Building shall have the authority to establish rules and regulations in connection therewith.
  1. It shall be unlawful for any person having possession or custody of or authority or control over any premises where any equipment or device mentioned in this Code is installed, whether as owner, lessee, licensee, trustee, mortgagee, management company, or representative, officer, employer or agent thereof, or as building manager or custodian, or in any capacity whatsoever:
    1. To permit on such premises the installation of any elevator or other equipment or device for which a permit is required by this article unless such permit shall first have been obtained from the Department.
    2. To permit on such premises the doing of any work for which a Certificate of Registration is required by this article except by a person holding such Certificate.
    3. To use or permit the use of any elevator or other equipment or device required by this article to be inspected and approved by the Department unless such equipment shall first have been inspected and approved and all fees paid.
    4. To use or permit the use of any elevator, equipment or device the use or operation of which has been prohibited by the Department.
    5. To obstruct or interfere with the Department or any Safety Engineer thereof in making any inspection required by law or ordered by the Superintendent of Building.
  2. Any person having possession or custody of or authority or control over any premises whereon any equipment or device mentioned in this code is installed, whether as owner, lessee, licensee, trustee, mortgagee, management company, or representative, officer, employer or agent thereof, or as building manager or custodian, or in any capacity whatsoever shall be responsible to install and maintain the following signs:
    1. Elevators
      1. A sign of durable material with letters of not less than 1/8-inch in height shall be posted in each elevator machine room displaying the telephone number or numbers to call for emergency service. The number or numbers shall be for an individual possessing a current Journeyman Elevator Mechanic Certificate issued by the City or elevator service company employing an individual so certified. The person or company must be able to provide service at the hours the elevators are expected to be operating. A similar sign shall be posted in the building manager's premises or other appropriate location.
      2. A sign shall be posted in each elevator car in letters of not less than 1/8-inch in height instructing passengers on the procedure for seeking assistance should the elevator become inoperative and instructing them to remain in the car until assistance arrives and not to attempt to force the doors or hatch open.
    2. Escalators. All escalators shall have conspicuously displayed at each entrance a sign of durable material in accordance with ASME 17.1-1996, Rule 805.9.
    3. Landings. An approved pictorial sign of a standardized design shall be posted adjacent to each elevator corridor call station to indicate that, in case of fire, the elevator will not operate and the exit stairways should be used. The pictograph shall be at least five inches (127 mm) wide and eight inches (230 mm) high. (See ASME A-17.1-96, Appendix H).
The powers of the Department and the Board are enumerated in LAMC Section 98.0403.1.
Appeals or requests for slight modifications in individual cases from the requirements of this Code shall be made in accordance with the procedures established in LAMC Section 98.0403.2.
Permits and plan checks shall expire as provided in LAMC Sections 98.0602, 98.0603 and 98.0604.
  1. The issue of a permit is not an approval or authorization of the work specified therein. A permit is merely an application for inspection, the issuance of which entitles the permittee to inspection of the work which is described therein.
  2. Neither the issuance of a permit nor the approval by the Department of any document shall constitute an approval of any violation of any provision of this Code or of any other law or ordinance; and a permit or other document purporting to give authority to violate any law shall not be valid with respect thereto.
Neither the City of Los Angeles, nor any department, board, commission, officer or employee thereof shall be held liable or responsible for any damage or injury caused by or resulting from the issuance of any permit, or any inspection or approval made under the provisions of this Code.
Any suspension or revocation authorized herein shall be done in accordance with the provisions of Article 8, Chapter IX of the LAMC.
New or alternate materials and methods of construction may be approved by the Department in accordance with the provisions of Article 8, Chapter IX of the LAMC.
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