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(A) The Commission, the Building Inspector or any designated enforcement official or any person or persons, firm or corporation, jointly or severally aggrieved, may institute a suit for injunction in the Circuit Court of the county to restrain an individual or a governmental unit from violating the provisions of this title of the code of ordinances.
(B) The Commission or the Board may also institute a suit for mandatory injunction directing any individual, corporation or governmental unit to remove a structure erected in violation of the provisions of this title of the code of ordinances.
(C) Any building erected, raised or converted, or land or premises used in violation of any provisions of this chapter or the requirement thereof, is declared to be a common nuisance and as such may be abated in such manner as nuisances are now or may hereafter be abated under existing law.
(Prior Code, § 153.05) (Ord. 1993-7, passed 11-2-1993)