Title Analyzing the Application Status and Characteristics of Building Agreement Exceptionsin Housing Improvement Projects
Authors 이여경(Lee, Yeo-Kyung) ; 오민정(Oh, Min-Jung) ; 이주경(Lee, Joo-Kyung)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2024.40.1.25
Page pp.25-34
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Building Agreement; Housing Improvement; Housing Renewal; Exception for Building Standards; Building Act
Abstract This study examines the application status and characteristics of Building Agreement Exceptions in housing improvement or renewal contracts. The cases can be classified into two types: Housing Improvement Type on Lots with Unfavorable Development Conditions (Type A) and Housing Improvement Type on General Lots (Type B), with Type B being 2.8 times more prevalent than Type A. Notably, the average number of exceptions is twice as high in Type B cases compared to Type A. For Type A, exceptions for the integrated application of building standards are most frequent, especially regarding annexed parking lot applications, accounting for about 70%. In contrast, Type B exhibits a high frequency of exceptions for exclusion from building standards and integrated application. All Type B cases use one or more exceptions for exclusion. In terms of exception types, both Types A and B effectively employ exceptions for the integrated application of an annexed parking lot and the exclusion of standards related to the separation distance from the boundary line in joint-wall buildings.