2006 New York Code - Laws Superseded.
§ 329. Laws superseded. 1. The provisions of this chapter shall supersede all other state laws and all local laws, ordinances and regulations of municipalities to the extent that such laws, ordinances or regulations are inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter; provided, however, that the provisions of any other state law or of any local law, ordinance or regulation of any municipality, or the supplementary rules or regulations of any state department having the force and effect of law, now in effect or hereafter enacted or adopted, which are more restrictive than those provided in this chapter, shall govern during the period in which they are in effect. 2. Upon the adoption by any municipality of any state building construction code as to multiple residences pursuant to the provisions of article eighteen of the executive law which code contains provisions relating to the construction of multiple dwellings to which the provisions of articles four, five, six and seven of this chapter are applicable in whole or in part, then and in such event, the provisions of such articles four, five, six and seven and the definitions used in conjunction therewith shall become inoperative with respect to the construction of such dwellings in any such municipality so long as the state building construction code is applicable and operative.
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