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The property owner or a contractor licensed by the State of California can obtain permits. Tenants may obtain a permit if they have the written permission of the property owner and the property owner signs the permit documents. It is always best if a licensed contractor obtains the permit.
The property owner or a contractor licensed by the State of California can obtain permits. In other words, if the owner obtains the permit it is the owner's responsibility to make sure the work is being done in accordance with the approved plans and codes.
Permits are typically pulled by the person doing the work (general contractor or builder, heating company, plumbing contractor or electrical contractor), but can be pulled by the homeowner if he is doing the work (unless there is some specific municipality ordinance that states otherwise).
If you hired a contractor for your project, it is customary for the contractor to arrange for or, in contractor lingo, pull the permit. This is a good idea because typically the person who pulls the permit is responsible for construction following code.
Continuing the project with permits For any permit pulled after the fact, you'll face a fine that will double what would have been your initial cost had the contractor pulled it before the work was done. If you don't pull the proper permits, the house likely won't pass inspection should you try to sell it.
1 The Contractor shall obtain and pay for the building permit and other permits and governmental fees, licenses and inspections necessary for proper execution and completion of the Work.
Continuing the project with permits For any permit pulled after the fact, you'll face a fine that will double what would have been your initial cost had the contractor pulled it before the work was done. If you don't pull the proper permits, the house likely won't pass inspection should you try to sell it.
It's commonplace for homeowners to forgo required permits and many contractors play along, or suggest it as a way to save money. But in the off chance that code enforcement authorities flag these violations, homeowners can face fines and penalties that far exceed the cost of the original permit.
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