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So I was able to get confirmation on an answer from a local building inspector. As per Wisconsin Administrative Code SPS 321.15(2)(f) (f) Deck footings. Decks attached to dwellings and detached decks which serve an exit shall be supported on a structural system designed to transmit and safely distribute the loads to the soil. Footings shall be sized to ...


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Nothing to do with building codes, unless you are hanging an addition to your house out the window. Your own (single-family) home on your own lot (piece of land) - depends what you have (or don't) for a home-owner's association, or if your house is subject to some sort of restrictive covenant such as a historic preservation district. A home that is part of ...


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All of this information will be available on most county (.gov) websites through title information or deeds. They only care about when the house was titled, which as @bib has alluded to comes after a occupancy permit and a finished inspection. It does not matter when the house first started to get built. The inspections will be done when it is done and ...



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