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SEC. 91.8304.  SPECIAL CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH A PERMIT WILL NOT BE ISSUED.
   (Amended by Ord. No. 171,175, Eff. 7/25/96.)
 
   No permit shall be issued to relocate any building or structure, if any one of the following conditions exist:
 
   1.   It is unfit for human habitation or is so dilapidated, defective or in such condition of deterioration or disrepair that its relocation at the proposed site would cause appreciable harm or be materially detrimental to the property or improvements in the neighborhood within a radius of 1,000 feet from the proposed site.
 
   2.   Because of age, size, design, architectural treatment or proposed location on the lot, the building does not substantially conform to the general design, plan, location on the lot and construction of the buildings located in the neighborhood within a radius of 1,000 feet from the proposed site so that its relocation would be materially detrimental to the property or improvements in said neighborhood.
 
   3.   The proposed use is prohibited by the zoning laws of the City.
 
   4.   Whenever the applicant is currently in default, as determined by the Department, on one or more Relocation Permits.