§ 150.46  CONDEMNATION OF ESPECIALLY DANGEROUS BUILDINGS.
   (A)   Every building which shall appear to the Inspector to be especially dangerous to life because of its liability to fire or because of bad condition of walls, overloaded floors, defective construction, decay, unsafe wiring or heating system, inadequate means of egress or other causes shall be held to be unsafe and the Inspector shall affix a notice of the dangerous character of the structure to a conspicuous place on the exterior wall of the building.
(G.S. § 160A-426(a))
   (B)   If any person shall remove any notice that has been affixed to any building or structure by the Inspector that states the dangerous character of the building or structure, he or she shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
(G.S. § 160A-427)
(1992 Code, § 150.36)  Penalty, see § 150.99