After we have gathered all the information and filled the form, we submit to the appropriate borough and unit. The latest objection sheet is also submitted with any kind of determination request. We request you to bring a copy of the determination request for the scheduled appointment.
We make sure to submit a complete form and all required documentation in a complete pdf form, to the borough email address. Our team ensures that all details are provided accurately with no room for errors.
- Information of Location
This section will collect important job information, and is needed on every application. We can help you fill out the details of your project without any hassle.
- Information of Applicant
This section will contain all important applicant information. They are extremely important for every application. If the determination request is a result of an objection that is raised by a plan examiner, the application is supposed to be filed by a professional P.E or R.A, who has filed the job application.
If the job application has not, yet, been filed, and there is no applicant either, then the option is to be left blank. The applicant can be a co-director/ director of an approved private elevator inspection agency for elevator determinations.
We have experienced and licensed engineers and architects in our team who are authorized to help you out.
- Information of Attendee
This section will collect all important attendee information and is only required under the following circumstances a) the attendee and the applicant are different, or b) if the job application has not been filed yet and the applicant is nonexistent.
Our lawyers provide their attorney registration number or New York State license number in your application. We can also send experienced attorneys to attend meetings to discuss either a determination or a predetermination.
- Nature of the Request
Our team helps you file out the nature of request mentioning all details like job number, code type and more. If the request has already been rejected once by the department officials, we make sure to attach the request or requests that have been rejected.
We also include any documents that can help with the review of the rejected determination request. We submit all the complete documentation and the form in one single pdf.
We make sure to include all information that contains the items below:
- Control numbers for the related CD1 requests
- Zoning districts, special districts, special overlays
- Code section – (for 1968 code, in the format of ‘27-###’ for the 2008/2014 code, in the format
- BBs (building bulletins)-(in the format of BB year-xx)
- TPPN, memo
- ZR section (format has to be xxxx-xxxx)
- Rue number (in the format of 1RNCY xxxx-xxxx)
- MDL (multiple dwelling law)-(in the format of MDL-xx)
It can be quite hectic to do all of these if you don't have our professional guidance!
- Description of the Request
We highlight the reason for the determination request, and then also explain the reason for that request. Our team makes a list of all the documents that you have attached and submitted with this form, for example, any letters, forms, or sketches that are relevant.
If this request is supposed to appeal an objection that has been filed and issued by an examiner, we make sure to type the words of the objection from the objection sheet of the examiner, word to word. We also attach a copy of the examiner’s objection sheet.
- Statements and Signature
A seal and a signature or a P.E or R.A is an essential requirement to make sure that the requester is going to attest to the information that is provided. We make sure to double check the statement before signing it and sealing it.
Our attorneys are not required to seal the form but are required to include ‘esquire’ or ‘esq’ after their name. This is a must. They can sign a predetermination request.