§ 403.82. Notice of violations.
A building code official shall follow the following procedures if an inspection reveals a violation of the Uniform Construction Code:
(1) A construction code official shall discuss the inspection results with the permit holder at the completion of the inspection.
(2) The building code official may issue a written notice of violations to the permit holder. The notice is to contain a description of the violations and an order requiring correction of the violations within a reasonable period determined by the building code official. When a violation relates to an unsafe building, structure or equipment, a building code official shall act in accordance with § 403.84 (relating to unsafe building, structure or equipment).
(3) After the compliance date contained in the order, the building code official shall inspect the building, structure or equipment to determine whether the violation was corrected. The building code official shall close the order if the violation was corrected. The building code official may issue an order to show cause under § 403.83 (relating to order to show cause/order to vacate) to the owner for a violation that was not corrected.
This section cited in 34 Pa. Code § 403.102 (relating to municipalities electing to enforce the Uniform Construction Code).
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