Control of Existing Buildings in Hong Kong

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Control of Existing Buildings in Hong Kong

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Control of Existing Buildings in Hong Kong
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Lee, Y S

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Lee, Y S

The control of existing buildings in the private sector in Hong Kong in relation to dilapidation and defects is undertaken by the Dangerous Buildings Section of the Buildings Department. The control takes the form of a planned surveillance.

Y.S. Lee

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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