I received an order to correct a condition of non-compliance. Subsequent to that order my insurance company has changed and I now have a different inspector than the one who submitted the report causing the order to be issued. What must I d

Published 02/16/2011 02:20 PM   |    Updated 02/16/2011 02:20 PM
I received an order to correct a condition of non-compliance. Subsequent to that order my insurance company has changed and I now have a different inspector than the one who submitted the report causing the order to be issued. What must I do to ensure compliance with the order?
Contact the inspector who is employed by your present insuring company to arrange for re-inspection to verify compliance with the non-compliant conditions reported by the previous inspector. Provide your present inspector with a copy of the inspection report that was attached to the order. Have that inspector contact this office (317.232.1921) to review the outstanding violations. Your present inspector, after receiving authorization from this office to do so, must identify each specific non-compliant condition listed on the original inspector's report(s), as well as verify what actions were taken to correct each condition reported as non conforming, or in violation, and document that each such condition has been corrected. Full compliance with all conditions reported must be verified prior to the issuance of an invoice for the inspection certificate (permit).
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