§ 153.63  VIOLATIONS.
   In addition to the conditions, acts or failures to act that constitute violations specified in this chapter above, it shall be unlawful for the owner of any dwelling or dwelling unit to fail, neglect or refuse to repair, alter or improve the same, or to vacate and close or vacate and remove or demolish the same, upon order of the Code Enforcement Officer duly made and served as herein provided, within the time specified in such order, and each day that any such failure, neglect or refusal to comply with such order continues shall be subject to civil penalties as provided in sections Sections 10.19 and 10.99 of the Monroe Code of Ordinances.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for the owner of any dwelling or dwelling unit, with respect to which an order has been issued pursuant to section 153.57 of this chapter, to occupy or permit the occupancy of the same after the time prescribed in such order for its repair, alteration or improvement or its vacation and closing, and removal or demolition, and each day that such occupancy continues after such prescribed time shall be subject to civil penalties as provided in Sections 10.19 and § 10.99 of the Monroe Code of Ordinances.
   (B)   Any owner of a dwelling, except an owner who occupies the dwelling as his principal place of residence, who fails to comply with an order of the Code Enforcement Officer to repair, alter or improve the dwelling, or to vacate and close and remove or demolish the dwelling, within the time specified in the order, shall be subject to civil penalties set forth in Sections 10.19 and § 10.99 of the Monroe Code of Ordinances until the dwelling is brought into compliance with the order.
   (C)   It shall be unlawful for any person, owner or occupant of any dwelling with respect to which an order has been issued pursuant to Section 153.54 to let to another for occupancy as a human habitation or permit the occupancy of the same after the time prescribed in such order for its repair, alteration or improvement or its vacation and closing, or vacation and removal or demolition.
(Ord. passed 2-18-92; Am. Ord. O-1999-37, passed 6-15-99; Am. Ord. O-1999-61, passed 10-5-99)