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Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 No 203
Historical version for 1 July 1998 to 9 July 1998 (accessed 5 April 2020 at 08:06) Current version
121ZC Powers of fire brigades
(1) An authorised fire officer who inspects a building in accordance with section 118L may give:(a) order No 6 in the Table to section 121B if the order does not require the carrying out of any structural work to the premises concerned, or(b) order No 8 in the Table to section 121B if the premises concerned are a place of shared accommodation, or(c) order No 10 or 11 in the Table to section 121B if a person to whom an order under paragraph (a) or (b) is given has failed to comply with the order.(2) The provisions of:(a) sections 121D–121K, anddo not apply to an order given in accordance with this section in circumstances which the authorised fire officer believes constitute an emergency or a serious risk to safety.(b) section 121Q,(3) For the purpose of giving such an order, an authorised fire officer may exercise such of the powers of a person who gives an order under this Division as are specified in the fire officer’s authorisation under this section.(4) In exercising a power under this Division, an authorised fire officer may be accompanied and assisted by a police officer.(5) An authorised fire officer must forward a copy of an order given under this section to the relevant council.(6) In this section, a reference to an authorised fire officer, in relation to the exercise of a power under this Division, is a reference to:(a) the Commissioner of New South Wales Fire Brigades, or(b) a member of staff of New South Wales Fire Brigades who is for the time being authorised by the Minister administering the Fire Brigades Act 1989 to exercise that power, or(c) an officer or member of a fire brigade who is for the time being authorised by the Minister administering the Fire Brigades Act 1989 to exercise that power.