Health (Asbestos) Regulations 1992
Part 2-Asbestos cement product


    7A. Asbestos dwelling-houses

    (1) Subject to subregulation (2), a person who moves a dwelling-house built wholly or partly with an asbestos cement product commits an offence unless, in the course of moving it,

    (a) the dwelling-house is not divided into more than 3 sections; and

    (b) that part of it built wholly or partly with an asbestos cement product is not substantially dismantled.

    (2) The Executive Director, Public Health may approve, in writing, with or without conditions, the transportation of a dwelling-house built wholly or partly with an asbestos cement product in more than 3 sections if he or she is satisfied that the dwelling-house cannot be moved safely unless it is divided into more than 3 sections.

    (3) A person must comply with a condition imposed under subregulation (2) on an approval.

    (4) A person must not cut or deliberately break an asbestos cement product for the purpose of, or in the course of, moving a dwelling-house built wholly or partly with an asbestos cement product.

    [Regulation 7A inserted in Gazette 29 Dec 2000 p. 7909-10.]



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