(A)   It shall be unlawful to construct, alter, remove, or demolish any building, or change the occupancy thereof from one use or use group to another; or to install or alter any equipment for which provision is made or the installation of which is regulated by this chapter, without first filing an application with the Building Inspector in writing and obtaining the required permit therefor; except that ordinary repairs as defined in § 150.002(B)(3)(b) which do not involve any violation of this chapter shall be exempt from this provision.
   (B)   Form of application.  Application for a permit shall be submitted in a form as the Building Inspector may prescribe.
   (C)   Except as provided in § 150.057, application for a permit shall be made by the owner or lessee of the property concerned, or agent of either, or by the licensed engineer or architect employed in connection with the proposed work. The full names and addresses of the owner, any lessee, and any applicant if other than owner or lessee and of the responsible officers of owner and lessee if a corporate body or incorporated association shall be stated in the application. All applicants for permit shall be duly qualified under applicable laws.
('91 Code § 150.030)  (Ord. 2203-1966, passed 2-2-67)  Penalty, see § 150.999