As per Section 13 of the Tamil Nadu Fire Service Act, the owners or occupiers of any premises or class of premises, which in their opinion, are used for any purpose that is likely to cause a risk of fire, should take such precautions as may be specified in the No Objection Certificate / Fire Licence Registration.
Director of Fire Service can take action to either detain or remove objectionable object or goods, which tend to cause risk by fire, if the owner / occupier fail to take action as per the notice given to them, whoever fails without reasonable cause to comply with any of the requirements specified in the notification issued shall be punishable with fine.
In case fire caused a dangerous, destructive and disastrous incident. Fire Service Department issues Fire Occurrence Certificate about a fire incident, to the Insurance Companies for the settlement of insurance claims.
The power to issue Fire Occurrence Certificates has been delegated to the Divisional Fire Officers. The application for the same will be made by the Insurance Company directly to the Divisional Fire Officer, who will issue the certificate directly to the Insurance Company.
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