The purchaser of this plan is responsible for compliance with all local building codes and for ensuring that the plan is correctly adapted to accommodate local site. The purchaser should consult with a local contractor or structural engineer regarding these matters.
Before construction begins, the purchaser should thoroughly review this plan with the contractor, verify all dimensions and report to the engineer any errors, omissions or questions for clarification, and contractor should verify all structural elements for the plan site with local engineer.
The exact size reinforcement and depth of all concrete footings must be determined by local soil conditions and acceptable practices for construction. The bottom of the footings should extend below frost line before construction begins: the purchaser or contractor should verify the design with a local engineer.
The purchaser of these plans understand all risks associated with adapting the plan to local sites affected by regional variations in climate, local site conditions, design and building codes. Neither SMITHOME Designs nor the designer of this plan may be held responsible for adapting his plan to local site conditions, design changes, Construction means or methods, costs, workmanship, quality of materials or equipment utilized in the construction.
The purchaser is granted the right to build only one structure from this plan (or modified plan). This right extends to the original purchaser only and is not Transferable. These plans are copyrighted by Monte Smith Designs as an "Architectural Work" under Section 102 of the copyright act, 17 U.S.O. as amended December, 1990 and known as Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act of 1990. All derivative works from this plan are copyrighted where copyright laws exist to protect all parties and Supports the Intellectual Property of the Designer.
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