(A)   Where an owner is required by a city or a court order to vacate a unit immediately, or where vacation is required to enable compliance with an enforcement action from the city with less than 10 days notice because of imminent potential harm to the health and safety of tenants, the owner shall provide to the tenants the relocation assistance required by this section until such time as the tenants are able to reoccupy the unit or until the benefits set forth in this section or §§ 92.07 and 92.08 are provided.
   (B)   The owner, at the owner's expense, shall provide the following relocation assistance and benefits under this section:
      (1)   Alternative safe and legal temporary housing for the tenants at no additional rent or cost to the tenants than previously paid by the tenants, or the advance payment of the fair market rent as estab-lished by the most recent current U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development schedule for fair market rents, for a unit of comparable size in the same general area as the unit and other related costs for alternative safe and legal temporary housing for the tenants.
      (2)   Any additional necessary employment, education and transportation costs to the tenants arising as a result of the displacement. “Education costs” shall include any unrecoverable or additional tuition expense, books and materials costs and fees.
      (3)   If the alternative housing required in this section does not contain furnishings, furnishings appropriate for the tenants in the alternative housing required in this section.
      (4)   Reasonable security for all of the tenants' furnishings and other personal property remaining in the unit until the tenants reoccupy the unit.
   (C)   To the extent feasible, the owner shall provide any alternative housing required under this section in a location in the vicinity of the unit.
   (D)   To the extent feasible, the relocation assistance required under this section shall be provided by the owner by the time of the displacement of the tenants.
(Ord. 1011, passed 11-4-96)