House trailers lawfully parked and occupied on the effective date of the chapter shall be deemed nonconforming uses subject to all of the provisions regarding such uses contained in the Zoning Code.
   Any such house trailer shall register in accordance with the requirements of Act 172 of the Public Acts of 1958, as amended.  The permit to park, if issued, shall expire twelve months from the date issued.  The issuance of a permit shall not be deemed to authorize any noncompliance with any of the requirements of these Codified Ordinances with respect to zoning, building, housing regulations or health or sanitation requirements.  Any permit granted hereunder shall be subject to revocation or suspension by the City Clerk when a licensee fails to remove or abate a nuisance or an unsanitary or objectionable condition within five days after receipt from the County or State health official of a notice to remove or abate such nuisance or unsanitary or objectionable condition as specified in the notice.  When the occupancy and use of any trailer parked under these provisions is discontinued, the nonconforming use shall be abandoned and shall not be reinstituted.