Who is responsible for the permits?
The owner is responsible for obtaining permits, or he or she may designate this responsibility to the contractor. When this happens the owner should be sure the contractor has obtained all the appropriate permits, and that the contractor receives all the inspection approvals.

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1. How do I request a Building Inspection?
2. Where do I obtain a building permit?
3. What permits are required?
4. Are separate permits required? If so, why?
5. Can you expedite my permit?
6. Do I need sidewalks, curb and gutter, and other improvements as part of my development?
7. Do I need site, architectural, mechanical, or electrical plans?
8. How are priorities established?
9. How is the cost of a permit calculated?
10. How long will it take to get a building permit?
11. How many sets of plans do I need?
12. What are setbacks?
13. What codes do you use (years)?
14. What if I am not in the Billings jurisdiction?
15. What is the status of my permit?
16. When can I use a waiver?
17. Why is a building permit required?
18. Who is responsible for the permits?
19. Where do I direct my flood plain questions?
20. Where is my property line?
21. Why do I need a plan?
22. Why is my review taking so long?
23. What are the requirements for egress windows?