A Certificate of Occupancy is required when
1) A new building is constructed and occupied;
2) An existing building or lease space is remodeled, enlarged, or altered;
3) Any new use, tenant, or occupant is established;
4) Any use, tenant, or occupant of any tenant or lease space is changed;
5) Any tenant “name” or ownership is changed;
6) There is change in use which would place the building or lease space in a different occupancy classification (group and/or division) as referenced in the International Building Code.