Building inspections are primarily used to evaluate the condition of the house. Inspectors inspect the house for any areas that need repair or additional attention in order to make it as good and new as possible. This inspector is responsible for identifying flaws and defects in the building’s structure and its mechanism. He inspects the structure for structural damage, electrical, plumbing and ventilation system. to make the house perfect before selling. Every inspection must be free of any abuse, as per the law.
After the inspection, a certified report will be submitted to the board. The first document is written in duplicate with two pages for each portion and sent through registered letter. An inspection certificate is required by law before making any selling. A seconded document is sufficient to prove minor defects. This should be submitted to the Board of Examiners.
The purpose of seconded articles is to see whether the previously established conditions of the house are still applicable or not. The document should state the cause of dissatisfaction with the existing condition. The inspectors should take care to select the most appropriate article. After the inspection the Board of Examiners will prepare a report containing the following statement:
I/S – I have seen and agree with the previous report of the Board of Examiners (that is what you write in the second article) and I believe this article and the information contained herein should be approved by the Selectmen. If my observation is insufficient to justify the rejection of the article, then I understand that I can raise the matter with the board at their next meeting. It is important to remember the purpose of building inspections is not to allow the seller to set up shoddy dwellings. It is essential that the Selectmen consider all relevant matters at their meeting and select a suitable article from the list of articles approved by the Board of Examiners.
Article 17 was approved by a vote of the cards. This means that there were at least thirty-two residents, but not more than forty-two. So how many residents were in the property when the article was approved? This article was created to assess the tax implications of increasing the population density.
The article 14 required two or more votes. If a show of cards vote was required, it usually required seven or more residents to sign the document. How many signatures were required to approve the article? This article was created to determine how many signatures were required to get the plan approved by the board for increment finance.
So the next step was for the members to cast a vote to increase the density of population required to support the budget committee recommendation. A show of cards vote was required to confirm the majority view and then the members would need to confirm the number of residents required to support the budget recommendation. After this, the increment finance plan was approved and implemented.
The article 12 referred to was about a special revenue fund. There was a question as to whether the funds should be used for the purpose of improving the neighborhood. The original recommendation of the Selectmen was that the money be used for the improvement of the school. The debate was about how much of the money should go to the schools and how much should go to the special revenue fund. After listening to many arguments and spending two to three days debating the matter, the selectmen voted in favor of changing the plan and moving it to article 12b.