In 1980, (LL10/80) law enacted by the New York City which was latterly update due to some façade failures and the new regulation is also known as Local Law 11/98 (LL11/98). This law designed to keep home and property owner beware about facade conditions of the buildings in New York. All building which have six or above stories comes under this law and the owner of the building must have to submit periodical inspection report of their exterior walls and appurtenances from a certified and licensed Engineer/Architect. This report present critical examination of building’s facade deficiencies and must be filed with the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB). This report state the condition is as;
If building condition deemed as unsafe, then prompt remedial work required by the owners in timely manner.