1. Get a Requirements-Checklist and application forms from your municipal’s office (Office of the Building Official). 2. Go to the Office of the Building Official and submit the papers. They will tell you then where to go next, in this case Assessor’s Office. If you’re in the city hall, they usually have windows where you have to submit each folder of each set of forms. But in the provinces, each section are usually close to each other if not on the same unit. 3. You will be issued Acknowledgement Slip which bears the date of the status of your application. It’s usually around 10 working days. If your application is approved and in compliant with the National Building Code, you’ll be given an Order of Payment to pay the necessary building permit fees. 4. Present the Order of Payment at the Treasurer’s Office and pay the fees. Fees range from P6,000 and above depending on the your construction size, municipality location and the assessment plan. Fees in the provinces are usually cheaper than in the cities. 5. Photocopy the OR (Official Receipt) and bring a copy to the Office of the Building Official releasing section. 6. After 5 working days, go back to the releasing section of the Office of the Building Official and claim your building permit.
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