How do I know my community has adopted the NEC? I’m learning the book in my community college, is that proof enough?
I’m sorry, also where can I find any California amendments?
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It will use Califonia electric code. The 2016 Electrical code (CEC) is based on NEC 2014 with some minor adds or changes. You can look up online the local building department and they list city specific codes that may have a few adds to the CEC. For mid printing amendments, you should be able to do an online search. The CEC is sold and mid printing amendments come as a paid subscription service. In addition to the electrical, mechanical, fire, building codes, there's T24 energy codes and California Green Code. The community college may also be under the jurisdiction of DSA (State Architect) and only State codes.
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