§101. Registration, Sale, Transfer and Rental of Real Estate
Ordinance 6-78, 11/13/1978
It shall be the duty of every seller, lessor or his agent to obtain within forty-eight (48) hours of offering for sale/rent or listing for sale/rent a documented report prepared by the Building Inspector's Office concerning uncorrected violations of housing, building, safety or fire ordinances.
Said report shall contain a statement concerning zoning classification and legality of the present use of same property.
Said report shall be made known to the purchaser and attached as an addendum to any offer to purchase or Agreement of Sale.
However, in addition thereto, the seller shall likewise deliver to the purchaser any notice of assessment for public improvements.
Nothing in this §101 shall be construed as relieving a purchaser from the obligation of obtaining a Certificate of Occupancy at a cost to be established by resolution.
Ordinance 6-78, 11/13/1978, §3; as amended by Ord. 8-88, 8/15/1988
Any person violating any provisions of this Part 1 shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than three hundred dollars ($300.00), together with costs of prosecution, and in default of payment thereof, shall be liable to imprisonment for a period not exceeding ninety (90) days.