§ 49.17. Cases involving danger of imminent harm.
(a) In cases involving danger of imminent harm, at the expiration of the period provided in the order to correct under § 49.12 (relating to notice of violation and order to correct), the Department will reinspect the building to determine whether compliance has occurred. Following this reinspection, the Department will issue a determination as soon as practicable thereafter as to the status of the original order to correct.
(b) If the Department determines that the building no longer involves danger of imminent harm, the Department will proceed under § 49.13 (relating to determination of compliance or noncompliance).
(c) If the Department determines that the building continues to involve danger of imminent harm, the Department will so indicate in its determination and may proceed to initiate an action in law or in equity in a court of competent jurisdiction.
The provisions of this § 49.17 adopted May 18, 1984, effective May 19, 1984, 14 Pa.B. 1765.
This section cited in 34 Pa. Code § 49.12 (relating to notice of violation and order to correct); and 34 Pa. Code § 49.13 (relating to determination of compliance or noncompliance).
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