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2009 International Residential Code For One-and-Two Family Dwellings: Soft Cover Version (International Code Council Series) 1st Edition
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If link is outdated, then Google: "international residential code" + "Public Resource" to find the page on the public.resource.org site.
I found most of Georgia's building code in a 756 page PDF document, but for 2006 instead of 2010. The information doesn't change much year to year and many local inspectors are known to not be current, so this is a great resource if you don't have to have the latest edition.
According to the case (293 F.3d 791, 5th Cir. 2002 - VEEK vs. Southern Building Code), building codes that are written into LAW are "owned by the people" and therefore part of the public domain and not protected by Copyright.
Check out Wikipedia for International Building Code for further info.
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Too bad the County Inspectors have a hard time interpeting when the text refers them to other codes like Electrical.Published 5 months ago by AZTim
Its a book, got a bunch of words in it.. But its needed so i guess ill have to read it..Published 14 months ago by Mr. Turtle