Whenever the authorized inspector determines that there exists a violation of any provisions of this Code or of any rule or regulation adopted pursuant thereto, he shall give notice of such violation to the person or persons responsible therefor and order compliance.  Such notice and order shall:
   (a)   Be in writing.
   (b)   Include the list of violations referring to the sections of the Code.
   (c)   Contain an outline of remedial action which, if taken, will effect compliance with the provisions of this Code.
   (d)   Set a reasonable time, not to exceed ninety days in any event, for compliance.
   (e)   Advise the owner or occupant of the procedure for appeal.
   (f)   Be served upon the owner, or his agent, or the operator or occupant by delivering the same at his residence, office, or place of business with person of suitable age and discretion who shall be informed of the contents thereof, by mailing a copy thereof by certified mail to his last known address, or if the person to be served is unknown, by posting such notice in some conspicuous place on the premises.
   (g)   If necessary, and anything herein to the contrary notwithstanding, also require the dwelling place or portion thereof to be vacated forthwith and not reoccupied until the required repairs and improvements are completed and inspected by the authorized inspector.
      (Ord. 1895.  Passed 1-25-78.)