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SEC. 91.6101.  IMPACT HAZARD GLAZING IN EXISTING BUILDINGS.
   (Title and Section Amended by Ord. No. 179,324, Eff. 12/10/07, Oper. 1/1/08.)
 
91.6101.1. Impact Hazard Glazing in Existing Buildings.  When application is made for a permit for alterations, repairs or additions to real property, the permit shall be withheld until the department receives a sworn affidavit from the real property owner stating that:
 
   1.   Prior to final inspection of the work under the permit, the owner shall replace the glass in every existing sliding glass panel of sliding-type doors, other than wardrobe doors and bathroom shower doors and French-type wooden doors, in the residential portion of the building with approved safety glazing pursuant to CBC Section 2406; or
 
   2.   The owner declares the existing glazing of the glass in every sliding glass panel of sliding-type doors, other than wardrobe doors and bathroom shower doors and French-type wooden doors, in the residential portion of the building complies with the safety glazing requirements pursuant to CBC Section 2406.
 
   EXCEPTION:  The owner may install film on the glass in every existing sliding glass panel of sliding-type doors, other than wardrobe doors and bathroom shower doors and French-type wooden doors, in the residential portion of the building with film approved by the department.
 
91.6101.2. Application.  The provisions of this section shall apply only in the following circumstances:
 
   1.   To Group R-3 Occupancy, if a permit is issued with a valuation of $10,000 or more per unit for alterations, repairs or additions;
 
   2.   To Group R-1, R-2, R-3.1 or R-4 Occupancy, if a permit is issued for $3,000 or more per dwelling unit and/or guest room for alterations, repairs or additions;
 
   3.   To an individual unit of Group R-1, R-2, R-3.1 or R-4 Occupancy, townhouse or condominium, if a permit is issued for $10,000 or more for alterations, repairs or additions to that individual unit; and
 
   4.   To any Group R Occupancy that is sold or exchanged, including an individual townhouse or condominium unit.