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You can find out by trying to prosecute the inspector
quoting 14th Amendment:->

Rajendran

--- Rhkratzse(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:

> Well, if it doesn't apply to leveling nuts it
> probably doesn't apply to 
> waterstops.   But if there were 2 similar houses
> with similar basements, in the 
> same jurisdiction, and, all other things being
> equal, the inspector required 
> waterstops in one basement and not in the other,
> wouldn't it then apply? 
> 
> In a message dated 9/14/05 6:57:21 PM, GSKWY(--nospam--at)aol.com
> writes:
> > Actually, the Equal Protection Clause is not in
> the Constituion itself, it 
> > is in the 14th amendment. 
> >   
> >  And I'm not sure it extends to leveling nuts.
> >   
> >  It prohibits states from denying any person
> within its jurisdiction the 
> > equal protection of the laws.  In other words, the
> laws of a state must treat an 
> > individual in the same manner as others in similar
> conditions and 
> > circumstances. A violation would occur, for
> example, if a state prohibited an 
> > individual from entering into an employment
> contract because he or she was a member of 
> > a particular race. The equal protection clause is
> not intended to provide 
> > "equality" among individuals or classes but only
> "equal application" of the 
> > laws. The result  of a law is not relevant so long
> as there is no discrimination 
> > in its application.
> > 


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