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Old 04-20-2007, 09:02 AM   #1
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Codes and Regs Source?


Hey, fellow masochists, only fooling,

Anyone know how to get hold of local building codes without spending the $$ on the State Bible? I'm willing to go buy it, but the new one's coming out in a couple months, and there are, I hear by the Grapevine, considerable revisions in the new one. I see no reason to spend twice; there's the local library, but I would like to be able to get specific info on-the-spot at home. Internet, right...

I'm just after the stupid things you forget when you don't deal with a particular situation for a while- then one day there it is, in front of your face again. So now you're standing there, in front of your client, saying "Ummmmmm,...".

Internet source for codebook clips? Thanks for any constructive offerings!


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I believe there are online services that you can purchase an online version for a monthly subscription fee for various states might save you some bucks. You may want to google or yahoo the subject.

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