§ 157.01  DEFINITION.
   For the purpose of this chapter the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   DANGEROUS BUILDING.
      (1)   Any building, shed, fence, or other man-made structure which is dangerous to the public health because of its construction or condition, or which may cause or aid in the spread of disease of cause injury to the health of the occupants of it or of neighboring structures.
      (2)   Any building, shed, fence, or other man-made structure which, because of faulty construction, age, lack of proper repair, or any other cause is especially liable to fire and constitutes or creates a fire hazard.
      (3)   Any building, shed, fence, or other man-made structure which, by reason of faulty construction, age, lack of proper repair, or any other cause is liable to cause injury or damage by collapsing or by a collapse or fall of any part of the structure.
      (4)   Any building, shed, fence, or other man-made structure which, because of lack of doors or windows is available to and frequented by malefactors or disorderly persons who are not lawful occupants of the structure.
(Ord. 73-9, passed 10-4-73)