(1) To the extent that a construction code adopted under Section 15A-2-103 establishes a local administrative function or establishes a method of appeal which
pursuant to Section 15A-1-207 is designated to be established by the compliance agency:
(a) that provision of the construction code is not included in the State Construction
(b) a compliance agency may establish provisions to establish a local administrative
function or a method of appeal.
(2)(a) To the extent that a construction code adopted under Subsection (1) establishes
a provision, standard, or reference to another code that by state statute is designated
to be established or administered by another state agency, or a local city, town,
or county jurisdiction:
(i) that provision of the construction code is not included in the State Construction
(ii) the state agency or local government has authority over that provision of the
(b) Provisions excluded under this Subsection (2) include:
(i) the International Property Maintenance Code;
(ii) the International Private Sewage Disposal Code, authority over which is reserved
to the Department of Health and the Department of Environmental Quality;
(iii) the International Fire Code, authority over which is reserved to the board,
pursuant to Section 15A-1-403;
(iv) a day care provision that is in conflict with Title 26, Chapter 39, Utah Child
Care Licensing Act, authority over which is designated to the Utah Department of Health;
(v) a wildland urban interface provision that goes beyond the authority under Section 15A-1-204, for the State Construction Code, authority over which is designated to the Utah
Division of Forestry or to a local compliance agency.
(3) If a construction code adopted under Subsection 15A-2-103(1) establishes a provision that exceeds the scope described in Chapter 1, Part 2, State
Construction Code Administration Act, to the extent the scope is exceeded, the provision
is not included in the State Construction Code.
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