§ 151.19  HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS.
   The following conditions are determined to be hazardous and shall warrant a finding that a building or its premises are unsafe or constitute a nuisance:
   (A)   Any door, aisle, passageway, stairway, or other mean of exit is not of sufficient width or size, or not so arranged as to provide safe and adequate means of exit in case of fire or panic for all persons housed, or assembled therein, who would be required to, or might use such door, aisle, passageway, or other means of exit.
   (B)   A stress in any material, element, member, or portion thereof, due to all dead and live loads, which is greater than the working stress allowed by the Kentucky Building Code of any city building ordinance.
   (C)   Damage to any portion of a building by earthquake, wind, fire, flood, or any other cause, in such a manner that the structural stability or strength thereof, is appreciably less than the minimum requirements set forth in existing ordinances for a new building or structure of similar size, construction, location, and use.
   (D)   The likelihood of any portion, member, or appurtenance of a building to fall, or become dislodged or detached, or to collapse and thereby cause bodily injury or property damage.
   (E)   Settling of any building or portion thereof, to such an extent that walls or other structural portions thereof have been displaced or distorted and rendered structurally unstable, or dangerous, or that the basic function of the element has been impaired.
   (F)   The building, structure, or any portion thereof, because of dilapidation, deterioration, decay, faulty construction, or because of the removal or movement of some portion of the ground necessary for the purpose of supporting the building, structure, or portion thereof, or other cause is likely to partially or completely collapse, or some portion of the foundation or underpinning is likely to fall or give way. 
   (G)   The building, structure, or any portion thereof, is for any reason whatsoever manifestly unsafe for the purpose for which it is used or intended to be used.
   (H)   The exterior walls or other vertical structural members list, lean, or buckle to such an extent that a plumb line passing through the center of gravity of that wall or structural member does not fall inside the middle third of the base.
   (I)   The building or structure, exclusive of the foundation, shows 33% or more of damage or deterioration to the member or members, or 50% of damage or deterioration of a nonsupporting enclosing or outside wall or covering.
   (J)   The building or structure has been so damaged by fire, wind, earthquake, flood, or has become so dilapidated or deteriorated, from any cause whatsoever, as to become an attractive nuisance to children who might play therein to their danger or as to afford a harbor for vagrants, criminals, or immoral persons, or as to enable persons to resort thereto for the purpose of committing a nuisance, or unlawful or immoral act.
   (K)   Deteriorated, crumbling, or loose plaster.
   (L)   Deteriorated or ineffective waterproofing of exterior walls, roofs, foundations, or floors, including broken windows or doors.
   (M)   Defective or lack of weather protection for exterior wall coverings, including lack of paint or other approved protection covering.
   (N)   Broken, rotted, split, or buckled exterior walls or roof coverings.
   (O)   All materials of construction except those which are specifically allowed or approved by the Kentucky Standards of Safety and the building code, and which have been adequately maintained in good and safe condition, are defects from faulty materials of construction.
   (P)   All buildings or portions thereof which are not provided with fire-resistive construction, or fire-extinguishing systems, or equivalent required by the Kentucky Standards of Safety, except those buildings or portions thereof which conformed with all applicable laws at the time of their construction and whose fire resistive integrity and fire-extinguishing systems or equipment have been adequately maintained and improved in relation to any increase in occupant load, alteration, or addition, or any change in occupancy, are defective for inadequate fire protection or fire fighting equipment.
   (Q)   Any building or portion thereof, device, apparatus, equipment, combustible waste, or vegetation which is in such a condition as is likely to cause a fire, or explosion, or provide a ready fuel to augment the spread and intensity of fire or explosion arising from any cause is a fire hazard.
   (R)   Those premises on which an accumulation of weeds, vegetation, junk, dead organic matter, debris, garbage, offal, rat harborages, stagnant water, combustible materials, and similar materials or conditions constituting fire, health, or safety hazards, or constitute a nuisance as defined by city ordinance, are considered defective as hazardous or unsanitary premises.
   (S)   All buildings or portions thereof, occupied for purposes for which they were not intended to be used or for use inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter are defective for improper occupancy.
   (T)   Exposed electric wire or wires with deteriorated or damaged insulation.
   (U)   Switch and outlet plates improperly fastened or missing.
   (V)   Short circuit or break in any electric line.
   (W)   Obvious shock hazards.
   (X)   Temporary wiring except extension cords which run directly from portable electric fixtures to convenience outlets and which do not lie underneath floor covering materials, or extended through doorways, transoms, or other similar openings through walls or ceilings. 
   (Y)   Plumbing that permits contamination of the water supply through breaks, backflow, back-siphonage, or any other method of contamination. 
   (Z)   Water supply inlets below the flood level of any sink, lavatory basin, bathtub, or other fixture, and submerged inlets except those with a vaccuum breaker complying with the plumbing code. 
   (AA)   The waste line of a water-using fixture that is not trapped.
   (BB)   Fuel supply connection of material other than pipe or tubing of solid metal and not permanently fastened in place.
   (CC)   Equipment or vents so close to a wall of combustible material or so lacking in insulation that there is a danger of combustion.
   (DD)   Equipment burning liquid or solid fuel which are not connected to chimneys or flues, or which are connected to vents suitable for gas only.
('76 Code, § 210.11(F))  Penalty, see § 151.99