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 Is a building permit required for a portable storage shed if you are a renter?

Answer While a building permit may not be required, make sure it doesn't violate your rental agreement or local zoning laws. My sub-division does not allow outbuildings of any type.
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Can you pay for a building permit if you are a renter i have a 12x16 Portable storage shed or do i need one for a Portable storage shed?

a promoter "gets the word out." Period. A developer builds whatever it is........real estate project usually.
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Can you pay for a building permit if you a renter?

You need to clarify your question. Are you a renter who wishes to build or extend on the property you are renting? If so you first need permission from the owner/realtor, then if you are planning o... Read More »
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How to Add a Storage Shed to an Existing Building?

Adding a storage shed to an existing building can free up significant amounts of space and dramatically increase usability. Sheds can be used as storage for regularly accessed supplies, such as gar... Read More »
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Can storage units require renter's insurance?

It should, beware though, each occurrence of vandalism may be subject to a separate deductible if you don't watch your adjuster.
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