§ 1830.04  ORDER BY BOARD OF HEALTH TO REMEDY UNSANITARY CONDITIONS; NONCOMPLIANCE WITH ORDER; EXECUTION OF ORDER AT OWNER'S EXPENSE.
   Whenever any dwelling, or any building, structure, excavation, business pursuit, matter, condition or thing in or about a dwelling or the lot on which it is situated, or the plumbing, sewerage, drainage, light or ventilation thereof, is found by the Board of Health by its officers and employees to be inadequate, dangerous or detrimental to life or health, the Board of Health by its officers and employees may order that the matter, condition or thing be removed, abated, suspended, altered or otherwise improved, as their order shall specify. If any such order of the Board of Health or its officers and employees issued under the authority of the provisions of this chapter is not complied with within ten days after the service thereof, or within such shorter time as they may designate as being necessary under the circumstances, then such order may be executed by the Board of Health through its officers, agents, employees or contractors, and the expense incurred incident to the order shall be paid by the owner of such property, and until so paid shall be a lien upon the realty and recoverable as other liens upon the realty in the City, or the premises may be ordered vacated.
(Adopted 5-2-1944)