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(A) It shall be the responsibility of the holder of a permit to notify the Building Inspector when work is ready for the various inspections required by the terms of the permit or this chapter. Such notice shall be given within a reasonable time within which the inspection is desired but in no event less than 24 hours. Notice given on a Friday or on a day prior to a legal holiday shall not constitute notice for inspection on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday unless arrangements have been made under approved rules for inspection on such days. Before giving notice, the holder of the permit shall first test the work and satisfy himself that it conforms to the approved plans and specifications and the requirements of this chapter.
(B) Upon receipt of notice that work is ready for inspection, the Building Inspector shall inspect the work or cause it to be inspected as soon as reasonably practicable. However, failure of the Building Inspector to make a prompt inspection shall not be deemed justification for covering work without inspection when the work is required under the terms of the permit to be inspected before being covered. ('91 Code § 150.076) (Ord. 2203-1966, passed 2-2-67) Penalty, see § 150.999