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DrDirt

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#1 posted 07-29-2013 04:41 PM

Suspect that the locomotion/mobility is one of the keys to having it.
Just like the 140 square foot micro houses that are built on trailer chassis.

It being mobile makes it exempt from Building codes…as soon as you would want to put it in a permanent spot – the code inspector will want to certify it and get you a “occupancy Permit”.

The county authorities will try to “Save you from yourself” and demand the wood burning stove have a higher chinmney – and be anchored to a stone fire shield, then add in smoke and CO2 detectors.
Bring the plumbing up to code, and on and on … till you buckle, and say the hell with it and burn it… then send you to prison for not having a burn permit.

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