If the unwholesome environmental condition exists upon private or governmental property which is occupied, the responsible party may give a preliminary notice to the owner or occupant thereof, either verbally or by posting the notice upon such property. The preliminary notice shall state the nature of the alleged unwholesome environmental condition, the action deemed necessary to correct the condition and fix a date not sooner than calendar weeks thereafter, when the property will be reinspected to determine if compliance has been effected. If, upon reinspection in accordance with the preliminary notice, it is determined that the unwholesome environmental condition has been corrected, the owner or occupant shall not be liable for any charges by reason of the preliminary notice procedure.
(`95 Code, § 61.08)