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A Certificate of Housing Code Compliance is valid for six months.
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No, in the content of the application it requires that the applicant authorize the inspection and access to the property since the buyer has no legal rights to the property until it is sold. The seller or their agent can only apply for the inspection. The application may be filed online and payment mailed to department. Buy may submit application if they are responsible to obtain C.O.
After the inspection is complete, a list of violations is given to the seller and after completion of those violations a certificate will be issued.
No, the application must be accompanied by the necessary fees in order to be processed.
At the present time there are no required inspections for the transfer of commercial properties, unless a residential unit is within the structure.
The owner or the agent must file an application with the Division of Housing Inspections requesting a complete inspection of the dwelling. After the necessary fees are paid, an inspector will call to set an appointment for the inspection.