§ 151.112  NON-OWNER OCCUPIED PROPERTY; PROHIBITED CONDUCT.
   (A)   No owner or controller of non-owner occupied property shall allow it to be occupied by someone other than the owner without first registering the property with the Office of the City Clerk.
   (B)   No owner or controller of non-owner occupied property shall allow occupancy of the property without first being in compliance with this subchapter.
   (C)   No owner or controller of non-owner occupied property shall allow occupancy of the property without first paying any property taxes or other city debts, such as rubbish and water, due and owing on the property.
   (D)   No owner or controller shall allow a non-owner occupied property to fall into a state of disrepair, to become in violation of applicable state statutes or city codes, or to otherwise become a nuisance or create a nuisance condition. 
   (E)   Once registered, no owner or controller shall allow non-owner occupied property to remain occupied if it is in a state of disrepair, in violation of applicable state statutes or city codes, or otherwise has become a nuisance condition or created a nuisance condition.
   (F)   No owner or controller shall knowingly permit a resident to remain in occupancy of non-owner occupied property if that resident, members of the resident's household, or guests or other persons under the resident's control commit repeated quality of life violations.
(Prior Code, § 151.097)  (Ord. O-151, passed 9-23-2013, effective 10-3-2013; Ord. O-160, passed 4-20-2015, effective 4-30-2015; Ord. O-2019, passed 4-1-2019, effective 4-11-2019; Ord. O-212, passed 8-19-2019, effective 8-29-2019)  Penalty, see § 151.999