It is my understanding that low voltage contractors, other than fire alarm, are not required to secure permits in
I agree with George. I work several different municipalities and they all handle it the same way. The building inspector and the building official must be made aware of the fact that there are violations to the low voltage sections of the Michigan Electrical Code. All adopted State codes must be enforced. As George stated the building inspector can and should withhold the final certificate of occupancy until all codes have been complied with, even if permits are not required by the State, as is the case with low voltage wiring. The municipality does have the right to charge reinspection fees to see that all codes have been complied with.