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§ 9-608. Real Estate Signs. 847
(1) Prohibited Conduct. No person who has erected or placed a "for sale", "for rent" or a sign indicating a property is to be auctioned or any other sign of similar import upon any premises containing a single or multi-family dwelling, shall permit the sign or signs to remain upon the premises for more than seven (7) days after any agreement of sale or an agreement of lease has been executed for the premises. Any sign which is not removed as required by this Section is hereby declared to be a public nuisance. The use of "for sale" and "for rent" sign or signs indicating a property is to be auctioned shall be subject to the requirements of Chapter 14-900. 848
(2) Prohibited Signs. No person shall erect or place a "sold" sign upon any premises containing a single or multi-family dwelling.
Amended, 1960 Ordinances, p. 229; amended, 1970 Ordinances, p. 112; amended by deleting former subsection (3), 1990 Ordinances, p. 715.
Amended, Bill No. 120774-A (approved January 14, 2013).