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danny7299

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Hi all.

Been to look at a job today, the customer has had a "sparky" in to change the board, but he has done a runner with the cash and hasn't issued any paper work.

So he wanted me to come and make sure all is ok. It all tested out ok, but there isn

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Looks to me like you being shafted here matey.

In my opinion:

If he wants paperwork, he pays for a PIR, if he wants bonding he pays for bonding and gets a Minor Works specifically for bonding.

I would recommend sticking to standard paperwork and avoid drafting your own.

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green-hornet

The easiest way is to issue a minor works certificate.

Most boxes will be N/A as it is not a final circuit.

Just do an end to end continuity to verify connections etc.

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thats sounds good to me, i told him he aint getting anything regarding the board... he just wants somthing for the bonding.

would you issue a minor?

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I always thought main bonding was notifieble well there is a place for it on part p cert.

Batty

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I always thought main bondoing was notifieble well there is a place for it on part p cert.

Batty

installing or upgrading main or supplementary equipotential bonding

is not notifiable even if its in a special location

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