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The Fire Prevention Appeals Committee (FPAC) hears and decides appeals about orders from The Fire Safety Act and the National Building Code.
Below are the steps to file an appeal with the FPAC.
The FPAC hears and decides appeals from:
You may appeal to the FPAC if you received:
When you receive an order from a provincial fire inspector, or when you receive a decision regarding your property's condition from the Fire Commissioner, you may appeal to the FPAC if:
When you receive a judgement certificate for costs to fix something on your property, or when the Minister of Government Relations has made a decision about your judgement certificate, you may appeal to the FPAC if:
If you are eligible to apply:
Contact the FPAC to file an appeal.
Legislation that applies to the FPAC:
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