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Laduve, You are so misinformed. You say "does the dock meet electrical requirments so some guest do not get electrocuted?"
The homeowner replaced boards and refinished the dock. Who said anything about "Electrical" other than the Building Offical. Now think about this.What would happen if the homeowner did nothing to the dock? He left it alone, it was in compliance as far as anyone knows. He left it to rot did no repairs. Again no Code violations. You as a guest come over trip on bad wood get injured, sue homeowner.
Where is in your logic that preventing your potential injury is "shooting himself in the foot". Would you rather live next door to the dock falling in the water in disrepair or the "pristine" dock that the man was penelized for.
Wake up, you must work for the City.
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