Section 22-193 Noncompliance; revocation of certificate.


    Whenever the director shall determine that any unit in an apartment house, rooming house, two-family dwelling, or single rental unit for which a certificate of compliance has been issued under this article is in violation of the provisions of chapters 6, 9 (article II), 20, 23, 24, 25 or 29 of this Code, or whenever the director shall determine that the conditions of a certificate of use conditioned on compliance are not being satisfied because violations are not being corrected in accordance with the terms and time limits set forth in the certificate of use conditioned on compliance, the director shall notify the operator of same in accordance with the notice provisions set forth in chapters 6, 9 (article II), 20, 23, 24, 25 or 29 of this Code, as applicable. Before revoking a certificate of compliance for such violations, a hearing shall be held in accordance with the hearing procedures set forth in chapters 6, 9 (article II), 20, 23 , 24,  25 or 29 of this Code. The operator of the apartment house, rooming house, two-family dwelling, or single rental unit to which the certificate of occupancy issued shall have all rights and remedies and shall be subject to the procedures established by chapters 6, 9 (article II), 20, 23 , 24,  25 or 29 of this Code, whichever is applicable with regard to such violations.

(Code 1964, § 11.1200; Ord. No. 21425, §1, 9-17-12)


(Ord. 21425, Amended, 09/17/2012, Prior Text)