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(a) Other County laws apply. In addition to this Chapter, each owner of property must also comply with any property and structure maintenance requirements in Chapter 8, Chapter 17, Chapter 22, Chapter 29, Chapter 48, Chapter 58, and Chapter 59.
(b) Historic properties. If an enforcement action taken under this Chapter would directly affect any building or structure which has been designated on the master plan for historic preservation as a historic site or a historic resource in a historic district, or which is listed on the locational atlas and index of historic sites maintained by the Planning Board, the enforcing agency must apply for a historic area work permit under Section 24-7 or a permit under Section 24A-10, whichever applies, before the enforcing agency removes the building or structure, substantially alters its exterior features, or contracts to do either.
Editor’s note—Former § 26-17, “Effect of Chapter on other laws,” was repealed, re-enacted with amendments, renumbered § 26-4, and retitled pursuant to 2002 L.M.C., ch. 15 , § 1.
Editor’s note—Former § 26-4, “Inspections generally; when warrants required; right of entry of inspectors and owners,” was repealed, re-enacted with amendments, renumbered § 26-11, and retitled pursuant to 2002 L.M.C., ch. 15 , § 1.