(A)   Certificate required. No person shall rent or lease or allow any person to occupy any dwelling unit for residential purposes, or allow any person to inhabit any one- and two-family dwelling unit, unless a certificate of continued occupancy has been obtained.
   (B)   Exceptions. This chapter shall not apply to hotels, rooming houses or motels that are generally occupied by tenants or guests for less than 30 successive days, units not intended for human habitation or new construction, for which inspection and certificate of occupancy is required by the Uniform Commercial Code.
(Ord. 633, passed 7-7-2009)