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The chief inspector, or his or her authorized representative, may at any time suspend an inspection certificate when, in his or her opinion, the boiler or unfired pressure vessel for which it was issued cannot be operated without menace to the public safety, or when the boiler or unfired pressure vessel is found not to comply with the rules herein provided. A special inspector shall have corresponding powers with respect to inspection certificates for boilers or unfired pressure vessels insured or operated by the company employing him or her. Such suspension of an inspection certificate shall continue in effect until such boiler or unfired pressure vessel shall have been made to conform to the rules of the board, and until said inspection certificate shall have been reinstated.
A conservation easement created under this article:
1. Has the same rights as any other recorded interest in real property.
2. Is subject to all laws of this state pertaining to recording of interests in real property and laws relating to adverse possession.
3. Is subject to the acquisition of real property interests under the laws of this state governing eminent domain, except that the existence of a conservation easement shall not be considered an additional interest in real property for which compensation or damages may be awarded under the laws pertaining to eminent domain.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Washington Revised Code Title 70. Public Health and Safety § 70.79.310. Inspection certificate--Suspension--Reinstatement - last updated April 06, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wa/title-70-public-health-and-safety/wa-rev-code-70-79-310/
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