(1) The owner or lessee of a conveyance shall not erect, construct, install, or alter
a conveyance within a building or structure unless it conforms to the rules adopted
by the administrator under this article and the work is performed by a certified conveyance
(2) The owner or lessee of a conveyance shall not erect, construct, or install a conveyance
within a building or structure unless a notice, including the construction plans,
has been sent to the administrator or approved local jurisdiction at least thirty
days prior to construction and the administrator or approved local jurisdiction has
approved the construction.
(3) The owner or lessee of the property where a new or altered conveyance is located
shall not operate or permit it to be operated unless:
(a) The conveyance has passed an initial inspection conducted by the administrator,
approved local jurisdiction, or third-party inspector;
(b) The person conducting the inspection determines that the conveyance is safe and
complies with the rules adopted by the administrator or approved local jurisdiction;
(c) The administrator or approved local jurisdiction has issued a certificate of operation
for the conveyance.
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