ONE STOP SOLUTION FOR NEW YORK CITY BUILDING VIOLATIONS!
WORK WITHOUT PERMIT
New York City laws require that one or more permits be obtained before starting construction work. Work that was done without a permit requires proper permit, even if the work has already been completed. Often new homeowners find that their structure was built without a permit, and must bear the responcibility of obtaining a permit.
Emergency Declarations, Unsafe Building Violations and related court ordered precepts, and Owner or DOB initiated emergency demolitions for Structurally compromised Buildings and other similarly unsafe conditions.
NO VALID CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY
A Certificate of Occupancy (CO) documents the legal use and/or occupancy of a building. If planned construction will create a new building, or will result in a change of use, egress, or occupancy for an existing building, a new or amended Certificate of Occupancy is necessary.
OPERATION OF PLACE OF ASSEMBLY WITHOUT PROPER PERMIT
PA Certificate of Operation is necessary when 200 or more people gather outside to consume food or drink, or for any other reason or social purposes, or whenever there are 75 or more members of the public gathered indoors. Applicant must fulfill Fire and Building Code requirements and schedule an inspection for the first issuance of a Place of Assembly Certificate of Operation.
FAILURE TO MAINTAIN BUILDING IN A CODE COMPLIANT MANNER
The NYC Construction Codes require owners to build and maintain their properties in safe condition. Inspectors issue Environmental Control Board (ECB) Notices of Violation or Department of Buildings (DOB) violations when property or construction doesn’t comply with the Construction Codes, NYC Zoning Resolution and other applicable laws and rules.
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