(A)   Issuance of certificate of occupancy.
      (1)   The Building Commissioner upon verifying that the requested occupancy or use is authorized under the provisions of this chapter and that, if applicable, the final inspection has been made and the finished construction approved in accordance with all plans and specifications on file with the Building Commissioner pursuant to § 155.056 and upon evidence that the applicant has paid the required fee as set forth in § 155.065, shall issue a certificate of occupancy to that effect.
      (2)   A certificate of occupancy for any use requiring the approval of the Board of Zoning Appeals according to provisions of this chapter shall be issued only after the authorization of the Board of Zoning Appeals. Every certificate of occupancy for which a variance or a special use permit has been granted by the Board of Zoning Appeals shall contain a detailed statement of the special use permit or variance of the conditions, if any, to which it is subject.
   (B)   Termination of certificate of occupancy.
      (1)   A certificate of occupancy shall be deemed to authorize and is required for both initial and continued occupancy and use of the building(s), structure(s) or land to which it applies and it shall continue in effect so long as the building(s) or land is used for the use authorized by the certificate and is in compliance with all regulations of this chapter.
      (2)   Ten days after the service of notice of violation of any of the regulations of this chapter with respect to any building(s) or structure(s) or the use thereof or of land, a new certificate of occupancy shall be required for any further use of the building(s), structure(s) or land.
(Ord. 208, passed 12-19-1983)  Penalty, see § 155.999