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Building Permit Forms

 

link opens in new browser tab  Form 7A-7B-7C Directions

PDF File:  1 page; Last revised March 17, 2006
 

Building Permit Requirements for Workers' Compensation

This document provides directions for filing the forms 7A, 7B, and 7C (below) used when applying for a building permit.

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  Form 7A

PDF File:  1 page; Last revised March 17, 2006
 

Proof of Workers' Compensation Coverage When Applying for a Building Permit for the Sole Proprietor or Property Owner Who WILL NOT Act as General Contractor or Principal Employer

The Form 7A is to be completed by the sole proprietor or property owner who is applying for a building permit, and who will not act as general contractor or principal employer.

It is to be submitted to the local building official to whom you are applying for a building permit, and not to the Workers' Compensation Commission.

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  Form 7B

PDF File:  1 page; Last revised March 17, 2006
 

Proof of Workers' Compensation Coverage when Applying for a Building Permit for the Sole Proprietor or Property Owner who WILL act as General Contractor or Principal Employer

The Form 7B is to be completed by the sole proprietor or property owner who is applying for a building permit, and who will act as general contractor or principal employer.

It is to be submitted to the local building official to whom you are applying for a building permit, and not to the Workers’ Compensation Commission.

 


 

link opens in new browser tab  Form 7C

PDF File:  1 page; Last revised March 17, 2006
 

Proof of Workers' Compensation Coverage when Applying for a Building Permit for the General Contractor or Principal Employer who has chosen to be EXCLUDED from Coverage

The Form 7C is to be completed by the general contractor or principal employer who is applying for a building permit, and who has chosen to be excluded from workers’ compensation coverage by filing a form 6B or form 6B-1 with the Workers' Compensation Commission.

It is to be submitted to the local building official to whom you are applying for a building permit, and not to the Workers’ Compensation Commission.

 


 

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