(6) Divisional Officer, Fire Force shall examine the fire precautionary measures to be provided and shall communicate his remarks to the Licensing Authority within 30 days from the date of receipt of the reference from the Licensing Authority.
6. Within 30 days on receipt of the reports from the Executive Engineer, the Chief Electrical Inspector or his nominee, the Town Planner, the Health Officer and Divisional Officer, Fire Force (where called for) the Licensing Authority shall place the matter before the local authority, who may agree to the issue of permission in Form 'B' or refuse to agree to the issue of permission. The order of the Licensing Authority shall be in writing and shall contain reasons in brief for the decision. The permission shall be subject to such conditions as may be stipulated.
7. The Licensing Authority shall communicate the order, within a week from the date on which the Local Authority takes a decision, to the applicant and to the persons, if any, who have filed objections.
8. The Licensing Authority shall when the permission applied for is granted affix his signature and seal of office and also endorse his approval on the plan and other documents as approved by it and return a copy each to the applicant and also inform the Executive Engineer, the Chief Electrical Inspector or his nominee, the Town Planner, the Divisional Officer of Fire Force and the Health Officer about the permission having been granted.
9. The permission shall be valid for one year in respect of a permanent building and six months in respect of a temporary building. The said period can, on application, be renewed for successive periods, for sufficient reasons in appropriate cases, upto a maximum of ten years in respect of a permanent building and four years in respect of a temporary building by the Licensing Authority. Every application for renewal shall be in Form G and shall be accompanied by a receipt for the payment of the fee prescribed under Rule 19.
10. No addition or alteration shall be made to premises in respect of which permission has been granted or any part thereof, without the sanction of the Licensing Authority being obtained therefor and without plans and drawings relating to such addition or alteration being approved.
11. The holder of the permission shall give notice in writing to the Licensing Authority of his intention to add to or alter the permitted premises or any portion thereof and such notice shall describe clearly the intended additions or alterations and be accompanied by Complete plans, elevations and sections and (block) site plan and specifications of the Work proposed to be executed drawn up in the manner required in Rule 4. The Licensing Authority shall, before according sanction to the proposed addition or alteration, follow as far as may be the procedure laid down in Rules 5 to 7.
Approval of Building Construction and issue of Licences
12. (1) The applicant shall give notice in writing to the Executive Engineer and the Chief Electrical Inspector or his nominee by registered post one month before the Commencement of construction of the theatre and ancillary buildings to enable them to issue the certificates mentioned in sub-rule (3) of this rule.
(2) The Executive Engineer and the Chief Electrical Inspector or his nominee will conduct inspection of the construction to the extent necessary and will bring to the notice of the Licensing Authority in writing any unauthorised alterations or deviations which have been made or other defects noticed for appropriate action.
(3) On completion of the building and electrical installation according to the approved plan, the applicant shall obtain after an application being made
(a) a structural soundness certificate in Form 'C' from the Executive Enginecr;
(b) an electrical certificate in Form 'D' from the Chief Electrical Inspector or his nominee;
(c) a certificate from the Health Officer in respect of matters covering the provisions relating to health and cleanliness of the premises; and