Final inspection or "kolaudace" in Czech is a process where the building authority or another authorized organization checks a completed construction to ensure that it complies with all relevant building regulations and safety standards and has been built according to approved plans and specifications.
Final inspection is usually the last step in the building permit process and is essential before a new building can be officially put into operation. In the case of commercial properties, the final inspection is particularly important as it can have a significant impact on the property's value and usability.
If the construction is approved during the final inspection, the building authority issues a final inspection decision or another document confirming the possibility of commissioning. Such a document then certifies that the building complies with the law and is safe to use.
If the construction does not meet all the requirements, the building authority may refuse to issue a final inspection decision and may require further work or modifications before the construction is approved.
It's important to note that using or occupying a building without a valid final inspection decision can be illegal in many jurisdictions and can lead to fines or other sanctions.
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