123 Meaning of insanitary building

A building is insanitary for the purposes of this Act if the building—

(a)

is offensive or likely to be injurious to health because—

(i)

of how it is situated or constructed; or

(ii)

it is in a state of disrepair; or

(b)

has insufficient or defective provisions against moisture penetration so as to cause dampness in the building or in any adjoining building; or

(c)

does not have a supply of potable water that is adequate for its intended use; or

(d)

does not have sanitary facilities that are adequate for its intended use.

Compare: 1991 No 150 s 64(4)