(A)   Every decision of the Board shall be final, subject, however, to such remedy as any aggrieved party might have at law or in equity. The decision shall be in writing and shall indicate the vote upon the decision. Every decision shall be promptly filed in the office of the Building Official and shall be open to the public for inspection. A true and correct copy of the decision shall be sent by mail or otherwise to the appellant at the address shown on the appellant notice of appeal.
   (B)   The Board shall in every case reach a decision without unreasonable or unnecessary delay.
   (C)   If a decision of the Board reverses or modifies any decision of the Building Official or varies the application of any provision of the construction codes, the Building Official shall immediately take action in accordance with the decision.
   (D)   The Board will not render a decision upon any appeal which is contrary to any state or federal statutes or mandates.
   (E)   Any person, firm or corporation aggrieved by any decision of the Board may present to a court of record a petition, duly verified, setting forth that the decision is illegal in whole or in part, and specifying the grounds of the illegality. Unless the petition (appeal) shall be presented to the court within ten days of the decision of the Board, the decision of the Board shall become final.
('78 Code, § 6-102) (Ord. 1118, passed 4-8-96)