§42-233.5
Abrogation and Greater Restrictions. 
A.
Subpart A is not intended to repeal, abrogate, or impair any existing easements, covenants, or deed
restrictions. However, where this Subpart A and another regulation conflict or overlap, whichever imposes
the more stringent restrictions shall prevail.
B.
The following may impose additional regulations for land uses and structures located in any portion of a
floodplain and are hereby adopted and incorporated into this Subpart A by reference as though they were
copied herein fully. However, where this Subpart A and another regulation conflict or overlap, whichever
imposes the more stringent restrictions shall prevail.
(1)
The International Building Codes, as adopted by the North Carolina Building Code Council and
enforced by State and local code enforcement officials, and including all volumes.
(2)
The Southern Building Code Congress International “SBCCI Standard for Floodplain
Management” SSTD 4-89,
(3)
The US Army Corps of Engineers “Flood Proofing Regulations” – EPI 1651-2-314, December 15,
1995.
(4)
Federal Emergency Management Agency “Managing Floodplain Development in Approximate
Zone A Areas,” April, 1995.