Oir B1 1802 Form PDF Details

The Oir B1 1802 form is a declaration of estimated tax liabilities for the current tax year. This form must be completed and filed by taxpayers who expect to owe at least $1,000 in federal taxes for the year, even if they are expecting to receive a tax refund. The Oir B1 1802 form can be filed electronically or by mail. If you file your taxes electronically, you will need to use the IRS e-file system. If you file by mail, you will need to send your completed form to the IRS address shown on the instructions. Failure to submit this form may result in penalties and interest charges. Make sure to review the instructions carefully before completing this form.

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Form NameOir B1 1802 Form
Form Length4 pages
Fillable?Yes
Fillable fields107
Avg. time to fill out22 min 28 sec
Other nameswind mitigation form, mitigation form, florida mitigation inspection forms, uniform mitigation

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Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection Form

Maintain a copy of this form and any documentation provided with the insurance policy

Inspection Date:

 

 

 

Owner Information

 

 

 

Owner Name:

 

 

Contact Person:

Address:

 

 

Home Phone:

City:

 

Zip:

Work Phone:

County:

 

 

Cell Phone:

Insurance Company:

 

 

Policy #:

 

 

 

 

Year of Home:

 

# of Stories:

Email:

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Any documentation used in validating the compliance or existence of each construction or mitigation attribute must accompany this form. At least one photograph must accompany this form to validate each attribute marked in questions 3 though 7. The insurer may ask additional questions regarding the mitigated feature(s) verified on this form.

1.Building Code: Was the structure built in compliance with the Florida Building Code (FBC 2001 or later) OR for homes located in the HVHZ (Miami-Dade or Broward counties), South Florida Building Code (SFBC-94)?

A.Built in compliance with the FBC: Year Built _________. For homes built in 2002/2003 provide a permit application with a date after 3/1/2002: Building Permit Application Date (MM/DD/YYYY) ____/____/________

B.For the HVHZ Only: Built in compliance with the SFBC-94: Year Built ______. For homes built in 1994, 1995, and 1996 provide a permit application with a date after 9/1/1994: Building Permit Application Date (MM/DD/YYYY) ___/___/_______

C.Unknown or does not meet the requirements of Answer “A” or “B”

2.Roof Covering: Select all roof covering types in use. Provide the permit application date OR FBC/MDC Product Approval number OR Year of Original Installation/Replacement OR indicate that no information was available to verify compliance for each roof covering identified.

 

 

 

 

No Information

 

Permit Application

FBC or MDC

Year of Original Installation or

Provided for

2.1 Roof Covering Type:

Date

Product Approval #

Replacement

Compliance

1.

Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingle

____/____/_______

_________________________

___________________

2.

Concrete/Clay Tile

____/____/_______

_________________________

___________________

3.

Metal

____/____/_______

_________________________

___________________

4.

Built Up

____/____/_______

_________________________

___________________

5.

Membrane

____/____/_______

_________________________

___________________

6.

Other______________________

____/____/_______

_________________________

___________________

A. All roof coverings listed above meet the FBC with a FBC or Miami-Dade Product Approval listing current at time of installation OR have a roofing permit application date on or after 3/1/02 OR the roof is original and built in 2004 or later.

B. All roof coverings have a Miami-Dade Product Approval listing current at time of installation OR (for the HVHZ only) a roofing permit application after 9/1/1994 and before 3/1/2002 OR the roof is original and built in 1997 or later.

C. One or more roof coverings do not meet the requirements of Answer “A” or “B”. D. No roof coverings meet the requirements of Answer “A” or “B”.

3.Roof Deck Attachment: What is the weakest form of roof deck attachment?

A.Plywood/Oriented strand board (OSB) roof sheathing attached to the roof truss/rafter (spaced a maximum of 24” inches o.c.) by staples or 6d nails spaced at 6” along the edge and 12” in the field. -OR- Batten decking supporting wood shakes or wood shingles. -OR- Any system of screws, nails, adhesives, other deck fastening system or truss/rafter spacing that has an equivalent mean uplift less than that required for Options B or C below.

B.Plywood/OSB roof sheathing with a minimum thickness of 7/16”inch attached to the roof truss/rafter (spaced a maximum of 24”inches o.c.) by 8d common nails spaced a maximum of 12” inches in the field.-OR- Any system of screws, nails, adhesives, other deck fastening system or truss/rafter spacing that is shown to have an equivalent or greater resistance 8d nails spaced a maximum of 12 inches in the field or has a mean uplift resistance of at least 103 psf.

C.Plywood/OSB roof sheathing with a minimum thickness of 7/16”inch attached to the roof truss/rafter (spaced a maximum of 24”inches o.c.) by 8d common nails spaced a maximum of 6” inches in the field. -OR- Dimensional lumber/Tongue & Groove decking with a minimum of 2 nails per board (or 1 nail per board if each board is equal to or less than 6 inches in width). -OR- Any system of screws, nails, adhesives, other deck fastening system or truss/rafter spacing that is shown to have an equivalent

Inspectors Initials _____ Property Address_____________________________________________________________

*This verification form is valid for up to five (5) years provided no material changes have been made to the structure.

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or greater resistance than 8d common nails spaced a maximum of 6 inches in the field or has a mean uplift resistance of at least 182 psf.

D.Reinforced Concrete Roof Deck.

E.Other: _____________________________________________

F.Unknown or unidentified.

G.No attic access.

4.Roof to Wall Attachment: What is the WEAKEST roof to wall connection? (Do not include attachment of hip/valley jacks within 5 feet of the inside or outside corner of the roof in determination of WEAKEST type)

A.Toe Nails

Truss/rafter anchored to top plate of wall using nails driven at an angle through the truss/rafter and attached to the top plate of the wall, or

Metal connectors that do not meet the minimal conditions or requirements of B, C, or D

Minimal conditions to qualify for categories B, C, or D. All visible metal connectors are:

Secured to truss/rafter with a minimum of three (3) nails, and

Attached to the wall top plate of the wall framing, or embedded in the bond beam, with less than a ½" gap from the blocking or truss/rafter and blocked no more than 1.5” of the truss/rafter, and free of visible severe corrosion.

B. Clips

Metal connectors that do not wrap over the top of the truss/rafter, or

Metal connectors with a minimum of 1 strap that wraps over the top of the truss/rafter and does not meet the nail position requirements of C or D, but is secured with a minimum of 3 nails.

C. Single Wraps

Metal connectors consisting of a single strap that wraps over the top of the truss/rafter and is secured with a minimum of 2 nails on the front side and a minimum of 1 nail on the opposing side.

D. Double Wraps

Metal Connectors consisting of 2 separate straps that are attached to the wall frame, or embedded in the bond beam, on either side of the truss/rafter where each strap wraps over the top of the truss/rafter and is secured with a minimum of 2 nails on the front side, and a minimum of 1 nail on the opposing side, or

Metal connectors consisting of a single strap that wraps over the top of the truss/rafter, is secured to the wall on both sides, and is secured to the top plate with a minimum of three nails on each side.

E.

Structural

Anchor bolts structurally connected or reinforced concrete roof.

F.

Other: _______________________________________________

G.Unknown or unidentified

H.No attic access

5.Roof Geometry: What is the roof shape? (Do not consider roofs of porches or carports that are attached only to the fascia or wall of the host structure over unenclosed space in the determination of roof perimeter or roof area for roof geometry classification).

A. Hip Roof

Hip roof with no other roof shapes greater than 10% of the total roof system perimeter.

 

Total length of non-hip features: ______ feet; Total roof system perimeter: _______ feet

B. Flat Roof

Roof on a building with 5 or more units where at least 90% of the main roof area has a roof slope of

 

less than 2:12. Roof area with slope less than 2:12 ________ sq ft; Total roof area __________sq ft

C. Other Roof

Any roof that does not qualify as either (A) or (B) above.

6.Secondary Water Resistance (SWR): (standard underlayments or hot-mopped felts do not qualify as an SWR)

A.SWR (also called Sealed Roof Deck) Self-adhering polymer modified-bitumen roofing underlayment applied directly to the sheathing or foam adhesive SWR barrier (not foamed-on insulation) applied as a supplemental means to protect the dwelling from water intrusion in the event of roof covering loss.

B.No SWR.

C.Unknown or undetermined.

Inspectors Initials _____ Property Address_____________________________________________________________

*This verification form is valid for up to five (5) years provided no material changes have been made to the structure or inaccuracies found on the form.

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7.Opening Protection: What is the weakest form of wind borne debris protection installed on the structure? First, use the table to determine the weakest form of protection for each category of opening. Second, (a) check one answer below (A, B, C, N, or X) based upon the lowest protection level for ALL Glazed openings and (b) check the protection level for all Non-Glazed openings (.1,

.2, or .3) as applicable.

Opening Protection Level Chart

 

 

Glazed Openings

 

 

 

Non‐Glazed

 

 

 

 

 

Openings

Place an “X” in each row to identify all forms of protection in use for each

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Windows

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

opening type. Check only one answer below (A thru X), based on the weakest

 

 

Garage

 

 

 

Glass

 

Entry

Garage

form of protection (lowest row) for any of the Glazed openings and indicate

 

or Entry

 

 

Skylights

 

 

 

 

Doors

 

 

Block

 

Doors

Doors

the weakest form of protection (lowest row) for Non‐Glazed openings.

 

Doors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

Not Applicable‐ there are no openings of this type on the structure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A

Verified cyclic pressure & large missile (9‐lb for windows doors/4.5 lb for skylights)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B

Verified cyclic pressure & large missile (4‐8 lb for windows doors/2 lb for skylights)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C

Verified plywood/OSB meeting Table 1609.1.2 of the FBC 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D

Verified Non‐Glazed Entry or Garage doors indicating compliance with ASTM E

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

330, ANSI/DASMA 108, or PA/TAS 202 for wind pressure resistance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N

Opening Protection products that appear to be A or B but are not verified

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other protective coverings that cannot be identified as A, B, or C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

No Windborne Debris Protection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A. Exterior Openings Cyclic Pressure and 9-lb Large Missile (4.5 lb for skylights only) All Glazed openings are protected at a minimum, with impact resistant coverings or products listed as wind borne debris protection devices in the product approval system of the State of Florida or Miami-Dade County and meet the requirements of one of the following for “Cyclic Pressure and Large Missile Impact” (Level A in the table above).

Miami-Dade County PA 201, 202, and 203

Florida Building Code Testing Application Standard (TAS) 201, 202, and 203

American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) E 1886 and ASTM E 1996

Southern Standards Technical Document (SSTD) 12

For Skylights Only: ASTM E 1886 and ASTM E 1996

For Garage Doors Only: ANSI/DASMA 115

A.1 All Non-Glazed openings classified as A in the table above, or no Non-Glazed openings exist

A.2 One or More Non-Glazed openings classified as Level D in the table above, and no Non-Glazed openings classified as Level B, C, N, or X in the table above

A.3 One or More Non-Glazed Openings is classified as Level B, C, N, or X in the table above

B. Exterior Opening Protection- Cyclic Pressure and 4 to 8-lb Large Missile (2-4.5 lb for skylights only) All Glazed openings are protected, at a minimum, with impact resistant coverings or products listed as windborne debris protection devices in the product approval system of the State of Florida or Miami-Dade County and meet the requirements of one of the following for “Cyclic Pressure and Large Missile Impact” (Level B in the table above):

ASTM E 1886 and ASTM E 1996 (Large Missile – 4.5 lb.)

SSTD 12 (Large Missile – 4 lb. to 8 lb.)

For Skylights Only: ASTM E 1886 and ASTM E 1996 (Large Missile - 2 to 4.5 lb.) B.1 All Non-Glazed openings classified as A or B in the table above, or no Non-Glazed openings exist

B.2 One or More Non-Glazed openings classified as Level D in the table above, and no Non-Glazed openings classified as Level C, N, or X in the table above

B.3 One or More Non-Glazed openings is classified as Level C, N, or X in the table above

C. Exterior Opening Protection- Wood Structural Panels meeting FBC 2007 All Glazed openings are covered with plywood/OSB meeting the requirements of Table 1609.1.2 of the FBC 2007 (Level C in the table above).

C.1 All Non-Glazed openings classified as A, B, or C in the table above, or no Non-Glazed openings exist

C.2 One or More Non-Glazed openings classified as Level D in the table above, and no Non-Glazed openings classified as Level N or X in the table above

C.3 One or More Non-Glazed openings is classified as Level N or X in the table above

Inspectors Initials _____ Property Address_____________________________________________________________

*This verification form is valid for up to five (5) years provided no material changes have been made to the structure or inaccuracies found on the form.

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N. Exterior Opening Protection (unverified shutter systems with no documentation) All Glazed openings are protected with protective coverings not meeting the requirements of Answer “A”, “B”, or C” or systems that appear to meet Answer “A” or “B” with no documentation of compliance (Level N in the table above).

N.1 All Non-Glazed openings classified as Level A, B, C, or N in the table above, or no Non-Glazed openings exist

N.2 One or More Non-Glazed openings classified as Level D in the table above, and no Non-Glazed openings classified as Level X in the table above

N.3 One or More Non-Glazed openings is classified as Level X in the table above

X. None or Some Glazed Openings One or more Glazed openings classified and Level X in the table above.

MITIGATION INSPECTIONS MUST BE CERTIFIED BY A QUALIFIED INSPECTOR.

Section 627.711(2), Florida Statutes, provides a listing of individuals who may sign this form.

Qualified Inspector Name:

Inspection Company:

License Type:

Phone:

License or Certificate #:

Qualified Inspector – I hold an active license as a: (check one)

Home inspector licensed under Section 468.8314, Florida Statutes who has completed the statutory number of hours of hurricane mitigation training approved by the Construction Industry Licensing Board and completion of a proficiency exam.

Building code inspector certified under Section 468.607, Florida Statutes.

General, building or residential contractor licensed under Section 489.111, Florida Statutes. Professional engineer licensed under Section 471.015, Florida Statutes.

Professional architect licensed under Section 481.213, Florida Statutes.

Any other individual or entity recognized by the insurer as possessing the necessary qualifications to properly complete a uniform mitigation verification form pursuant to Section 627.711(2), Florida Statutes.

Individuals other than licensed contractors licensed under Section 489.111, Florida Statutes, or professional engineer licensed under Section 471.015, Florida Statutes, must inspect the structures personally and not through employees or other persons. Licensees under s.471.015 or s.489.111 may authorize a direct employee who possesses the requisite skill, knowledge, and experience to conduct a mitigation verification inspection.

I, __________________________ am a qualified inspector and I personally performed the inspection or (licensed

(print name)

contractors and professional engineers only) I had my employee (_____________________) perform the inspection

(print name of inspector)

and I agree to be responsible for his/her work.

Qualified Inspector Signature: ___________________________________ Date: ______________________

An individual or entity who knowingly or through gross negligence provides a false or fraudulent mitigation verification form is subject to investigation by the Florida Division of Insurance Fraud and may be subject to administrative action by the appropriate licensing agency or to criminal prosecution. (Section 627.711(4)-(7), Florida Statutes) The Qualified Inspector who certifies this form shall be directly liable for the misconduct of employees as if the authorized mitigation inspector personally performed the inspection.

Homeowner to complete: I certify that the named Qualified Inspector or his or her employee did perform an inspection of the residence identified on this form and that proof of identification was provided to me or my Authorized Representative.

Signature: ___________________________________ Date: __________________________

An individual or entity who knowingly provides or utters a false or fraudulent mitigation verification form with the intent to obtain or receive a discount on an insurance premium to which the individual or entity is not entitled commits a misdemeanor of the first degree. (Section 627.711(7), Florida Statutes)

The definitions on this form are for inspection purposes only and cannot be used to certify any product or construction feature as offering protection from hurricanes.

Inspectors Initials _____ Property Address_____________________________________________________________

*This verification form is valid for up to five (5) years provided no material changes have been made to the structure or inaccuracies found on the form.

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