2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 145. Plumbing and fire protection systems and swimming pool plan review.
145.135 Sanitary permits.
145.135145.135 Sanitary permits.
145.135(1)(1) Validity. In this section, "sanitary permit" means a permit issued by the department or any governmental unit responsible for the regulation of private sewage systems for the installation of a private sewage system. No person may install a private sewage system unless the owner of the property on which the private sewage system is to be installed holds a valid sanitary permit. A sanitary permit is valid for 2 years from the date of issue and renewable for similar periods thereafter. A governmental unit responsible for the regulation of private sewage systems may not charge more than one fee for a sanitary permit or the renewal of a sanitary permit in any 12-month period. A sanitary permit shall remain valid to the end of the established period, notwithstanding any change in the state plumbing code or in any private sewage system ordinance during that period. A sanitary permit may be transferred from the holder to a subsequent owner of the land, except that the subsequent owner must obtain a new copy of the sanitary permit from the issuing agent. The results of any percolation test or other test relating to the disposal of liquid domestic wastes into the soil shall be retained by the governmental unit responsible for the regulation of private sewage systems where the property is located. The governmental unit responsible for the regulation of private sewage systems shall make the test results available to an applicant for a sanitary permit and shall accept the test results as the basis for a sanitary permit application unless the soil at the test site is altered to the extent that a new soil test is necessary.
145.135(2)(2) Notice. A sanitary permit shall include a notice displayed conspicuously and separately on the permit form, to inform the permit holder that:
145.135(2)(a)(a) The purpose of the sanitary permit is to allow installation of the private sewage system described in the permit.
145.135(2)(b)(b) The approval of the sanitary permit is based on regulations in force on the date of approval.
145.135(2)(c)(c) The sanitary permit is valid and may be renewed for a specified period.
145.135(2)(d)(d) Changed regulations will not impair the validity of a sanitary permit.
145.135(2)(e)(e) Renewal of the sanitary permit will be based on regulations in force at the time renewal is sought, and that changed regulations may impede renewal.
145.135(2)(f)(f) The sanitary permit is transferable.
145.135 - ANNOT.History: 1977 c. 168; 1979 c. 34, 221; 1981 c. 314.
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