(A)   Compliance with the requirements of § 94.07 may be demonstrated by the final inspection report issued by the Building Department.
   (B)   The city may inspect solid fuel-burning devices to determine whether the building permit holder is in compliance with the provisions of this chapter. If a building permit holder or person operating the solid fuel-burning device refuses to consent to the city’s inspection, the city may, upon a showing of reasonable grounds and for the purpose of inspecting solid fuel-burning devices only, apply for an appropriate court order.
   (C)   When the city has reasonable grounds based upon its investigation or upon written complaints sufficiently demonstrating reasonable grounds that a person has violated this chapter, the city shall issue a notice and order setting forth the alleged violations and the corrective action that needs to be taken. The notice shall be served personally, by certified mail or in any other manner provided by state law for the service of process and shall allow 30 days for the person to take necessary actions to comply with this chapter.
(1976 Code, § 9-5-8)  (Ord. 299-94, passed 6-23-1994)  Penalty, see § 10.99