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A dwelling, rooming house or hotel shall be deemed unsafe and referred to the appropriate agency, department or board for remedial action when:
(A) It is abandoned, unguarded and open at doors or windows.
(B) There is an accumulation of dust, debris or other combustible material therein or directly adjacent thereto.
(C) The building condition creates hazards with respect to means of egress and fire protection as provided in the Florida Building Code in effect in Broward County, as revised from time to time.
(D) There is a falling away, hanging loose or loosening of any siding, block, brick or other building material.
(E) There is a deterioration of the structure or structural parts.
(F) The building is partially destroyed.
(G) There is a sagging or leaning out of plumb of the building or any parts of the building and such effect is caused by deterioration or over-stressing.
(H) The electrical or mechanical installations or systems create a hazardous condition contrary to the standards of the Florida Building Code in effect in Broward County, as revised from time to time.
(I) An unsanitary condition exists by reason of inadequate or malfunctioning sanitary facilities or waste disposal systems.
(J) By reasons of use or occupancy, the area, height, type of construction, fire-resistivity, means of egress, electrical equipment, plumbing, air conditioning or other features regulated by the Florida Building Code in effect in Broward County, as revised from time to time, do not comply with the code for the use and group of occupancy.
(‘72 Code, § 15-4(a)F.) (Ord. O-81-78, passed 11-4-81; Am. Ord. O-89-53, passed 9-6-89; Am. Ord. O-90-52, passed 11-7-90; Am. Ord. O-96-22, passed 7-3-96; Am. Ord. O-2005-02, passed 3-2-05)