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    Quote Originally Posted by Dylboy View Post
    To add, not read full thread yet, there is no CoC or anything for PV. There are documents doing the rounds but none law

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    The COC is still a COC for any electrical work including PV - Various test reports are doing the rounds that need to be attached to the coc

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    The registered person can still issue a coc for the alteration a per general control:

    “general control” in relation to electrical installation work that is being carried out, includes
    instruction, guidance and supervision in respect of that work;

    even if he did NOT DO THE ALTERATION HIMSELF.

    other wise this part of the law would fail a test in court , since, by definition, it could imply that the registered person must now 1st remove the (Legit) alteration, then re-install it exactly as it was (assuming all was to the letter of regs).
    Now he can issue because he did it himself? ...

    Registered persons do it every day when they issue a coc for a eg house, if there is a legit new circuit (eg 1 extra light circuit).

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