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20.—(1) This regulation applies to the extent that the building work consists only of work of a type described in column 1 of the Table in Schedule 3 and the work is carried out by a person who is described in the corresponding entry in column 2 of that Table in respect of that type of work.
(2) Where this regulation applies, the local authority are authorised to accept, as evidence that the requirements of regulations 4 and 7 have been satisfied, a certificate to that effect by the person carrying out the work.
(3) Where this regulation applies, the person carrying out the work shall, not more than 30 days after the completion of the work—
(a)give to the occupier a copy of the certificate referred to in paragraph (2); and
(b)give to the local authority—
(i)notice to that effect, or
(ii)the certificate referred to in paragraph (2).
(4) Paragraph (3) of this regulation does not apply where a person carries out any building work described in Schedule 4.
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