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(A) The Building Commissioner shall create a review committee of registered contractors consisting of two registered contractors from electrical, HVAC and plumbing to hear any complaints arising against any person, firm or corporation registered by the city in the electrical, HVAC, plumbing or sewer laying business or trade and shall have the power, after hearing, to revoke or suspend the registration for the following reasons:
(1) Violation of any of the provisions of this Building Code;
(2) Misrepresentation of material facts in obtaining a registration or renewal thereof;
(3) Failure to secure the permits, inspections and approvals required by this Building Code;
(4) Use of such registration to obtain a permit for another; or
(5) Failure or refusal to correct promptly an installation or part thereof made in an incompetent or improper manner, after notice thereof by a duly appointed Inspector of the Division of Building Inspection, or in violation of any of the provisions of the Ohio Building Code.
(B) Notice of the hearing before the Registered Contractors Review Committee stating the grounds of the complaint must be given to the registrant in writing by registered mail at least ten days before the date of the hearing.
(C) The Review Committee shall have the power to adopt the necessary rules and regulations for conducting matters.
(D) All complaints against any person, firm or corporation, and all questions, papers, answer papers and other data forming the basis of the Review Committee’s complaint dismissal, suspension or revocation of a registration shall be kept on file in the Division of Building Inspection for at least one year after receipt thereof in the Division.
(E) Violation of any of the provisions of the Ohio Building Code, which code, for this purpose, shall be considered a part of this Title Four, shall be sufficient grounds for the suspension or revocation of any registration issued hereunder.
(Prior Code, § 1422.11) (Ord. 51-1990, passed 2-26-1990; Ord. 10-2002, passed 1-28-2002; Ord. 32-2011, passed 5-9-2011)