Haryana Government has notified the Haryana Fire Service (Amendment) Act 2016.
Chandigarh, June 27 – Haryana Government has notified the Haryana Fire Service (Amendment) Act 2016.
While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that as per the amendment, on completion of construction of the high-rise building, a no objection certificate shall be obtained, which shall be valid for a period of five years. In the absence of such certificate, the owner shall not occupy, lease or sell the building.
He said that as per the amendment, the owner or occupier of the building shall give a self declaration certificate annually to the effect that the fire fighting system installed in his building or premises is working in good condition and there is no addition or alteration in the building. In case there is any addition or alteration in the building, the Fire No Objection Certificate shall cease to exist and the owner shall apply for approval of revised Fire Fighting Scheme as per sub-section (1) and the competent authority may randomly check such building or premises.