§ 93.33  INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE.
   (A)   The owner of the dwelling shall be responsible for supplying and installing, in an operable condition, the required detectors and for providing the manufacturer's testing instructions to a tenant when appropriate.
   (B)   The owner of a dwelling shall be responsible for maintenance and testing of the detectors in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, which are located in common areas and/or detectors in dwelling units and/or rooming units where the occupancy of any one tenant is for less than one month.
   (C)   The tenant in any occupancy of one month or more shall be responsible for maintaining and testing the detector(s) in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, which are within the tenant's exclusive control during the life of the tenancy.  The tenant shall be responsible for notifying the owner in writing by registered mail when detector(s) shall become inoperable, whereafter the owner has ten days in which to repair or replace the detector(s).  In the battery-operated type of detector, battery replacement shall be the responsibility of the tenant.
   (D)   At every change of tenancy where the occupancy of any one tenant is of one month or more, it shall be the duty of the owner to test and ascertain that those detectors contained in the unit are in operable condition, and, if not, the owner shall be responsible for placing them in operable condition.
('86 Code, § 5-104) (Ord. 81-3479, passed 11-9-81)