The building inspection permit certificate of the building inspection organizations, which were banned from taking a new job for a third year, will be canceled and their activities will be terminated.
The communiqué of the Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change, which determines the principles regarding the implementation of administrative penalties to be established against building inspection institutions and architects and engineers working in these institutions, was published in the Official Gazette.
According to this, the activities of building inspection organizations can be examined upon notice or complaint or ex officio. Administrative sanctions to be imposed on building inspection organizations that are found to have failed to fulfill their inspection duty in accordance with the foreseen principles will be regulated separately for each job.
Even if administrative fines are required for more than one act in these institutions, this amount cannot be more than 50 percent of the building inspection service contract price.
Following the announcement in the Official Gazette of the third-year ban on building inspection companies from recruiting new jobs, the Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change will revoke the organization’s building inspection permit, following the decision of the Central Building Inspection Commission.
Administrative sanctions to be established within the scope of the relevant law on the inspector architects, engineers and other technical personnel of the building inspection organizations will be applied by being announced in the Official Gazette upon the decision of the Central Building Inspection Commission and these fines will be paid within 1 month.