1137.05  VIOLATIONS.
   It shall be unlawful to:
   (a)   Use or occupy any land or place; build, erect, alter, remodel, restore, or rebuild thereon any building or structure; permit any building or structure to remain on such land; or use, occupy, or operate such building or structure, in any way or for any use or purpose which is not permitted by the provisions of this Planning and Zoning Code; and
   (b)   Use or occupy any parcel of land; use or occupy a new building; or enlarge, substitute, or otherwise change the use, occupancy, or configuration of any land or building, without having received a Zoning Certificate or Certificate of Zoning Compliance, as applicable, indicating compliance with the provisions of this Planning and Zoning Code from the Building Inspector; and
   (c)   Aid, assist, or participate with any person in placing, building, erecting, altering, remodeling, restoring, or rebuilding any building or structure which is not permitted by the provisions of this Planning and Zoning Code; and
   (d)   Violate or fail to perform any condition, stipulation or safeguard set forth in any certificate or approval issued pursuant to this Planning and Zoning Code, or continue to use or occupy the premises or building as previously authorized by such certificate or approval beyond the duration limit therein stated; and
   (e)   Continue construction, renovation, or improvements contrary to a Stop Work Order or Notice of Violation, unless permitted to continue by the Building Inspector when necessary to protect property or the health, safety, and welfare of the Village; and
   (f)   Refuse to permit the Building Inspector to enter any premises in the Village to investigate a reported violation of the provisions of this Planning and Zoning Code; and
   (g)   Knowingly make any materially false statement of fact in an application to the Building Inspector for development plan approval, a Zoning Certificate, or Certificate of Zoning Compliance, or in the plans or specifications submitted to the Building Inspector in relation to such application.
      (Ord. 2012-21.  Passed 7-11-12.)