(1) The owner of a building may apply to the local government for an approval mentioned in section 110 (a) .
(2) The application must—(a) be in the approved form; and(b) include enough information about the proposed change to allow a local government building certifier to comply with the certificate requirements.
(3) The local government building certifier must decide to grant or refuse the approval.
(4) This section does not prevent a private certifier (class A) engaged by the owner from granting an approval mentioned in section 110 (a) .
(5) Subject to section 112 , a local government building certifier or private certifier (class A) must not approve a BCA classification or use change to a building unless the building as changed complies with the building assessment provisions.
(6) Despite subsections (3) and (4) , if the building assessment provisions or a condition of a building development approval provide for a referral agency inspection of the building about the BCA classification or use change, the approval must not be granted until the requirement has been complied with or it has ceased to apply.