Correct Answer - Option 1 : Quality of construction
Byelaws are defined as the standards and specifications designed to grant minimum safeguards to the workers during construction, to the health and comforts of users; and to provide enough safety to the public in general.
Therefore, Building bye-laws of local municipal authorities govern quality of construction.
Three main objectives of framing byelaws are as follows:
i) It becomes easier to pre-plan the building activities and provisions of byelaw give guidelines to the designing architect or engineer.
ii) The building byelaws prevent haphazard development without any resemblance to the development of the area as a whole.
iii) The provision of the building byelaws usually affords safety to human beings who work and live in them against fire, noise, health hazard, and structural failure.