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(A) Failure to comply. Each day of non-compliance with the provisions of this chapter by a home owner constitutes a separate and distinct ordinance violation, judgment of a sum pursuant to the Appendix: Fines and Penalties in Ch. 31 of this code of ordinances.
(B) Subject to removal. A home, sited upon property in violation of this chapter, shall be subject to removal from such property. However, the home owner must be given a reasonable opportunity to bring the property into compliance before action for removal can be taken. If action finally is taken by the appropriate authority to bring compliance, the expenses involved may be made a lien against the property.
(C) Removal method. The Plan Commission or its designated administrator may institute a suit in an appropriate court for injunctive relief to cause such violation to be prevented, abated or removed.
(2005 Code, § 123.5) (Ord. 1982-8, passed 8-30-1982)