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When Can I Move Into My New Home and what is a Certificate of Occupancy?
Category - Home Ownership Questions - Building Your Home FAQ's
A new building cannot legally be occupied, until a Certificate of Occupancy has been issued by the county.

Once the construction of your home is complete, a county inspector will visit the site and approve the Certificate of Occupancy. This certificate is issued when the completed work complies with the submitted plans and applicable laws, all paperwork is completed, all necessary approvals have been obtained from other appropriate city agencies, all fees owed to the Department of Building and Construction are paid, and all relevant violations are resolved.
 
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