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CLASSIFIEDS WITHIN: Legal Notices
  • COMPLAINT From: Maria A. Nelson, Building Inspector To: Don Morris 1773 Bird Road Lenoir City TN 37771 Address: 502 Clifty St., Harriman TN 37748 RE: 502 Clifty St., Harriman TN (Map 26L, B, 012.01) As a designated building inspector for the City of Harriman, I hereby serve notice upon you as owner or party in interest of the above described property that conditions exist at said property which render it unfit, unsafe, or dangerous as defined in the International Property Maintenance Code; and which meet such conditions as defined in Title 13 Section 209 Basis for a finding of unfitness in the Slum Clearance ordinance of the City of Harriman. The property, because of its physical condition or use is regarded as a public nuisance in accordance with the City housing, building, plumbing, fire or related codes. The property, because of its physical condition, use or occupancy is considered an attractive nuisance to children. Utilities, plumbing, heating, sewage or other facilities have been disconnected, destroyed by fire, removed, or rendered ineffective so that the property is unfit for its intended use. The property, by reason of neglect or lack of maintenance has become a place for accumulation of trash and debris, or a haven for rodents, animals or other vermin. This complaint is to serve as notice that the structure is unsafe pursuant to the building code and slum clearance ordinance and until the provisions of the compliance order or notice of violation have been complied with, the owner must furnish the grantee, transferee, mortgagee or lessee a true copy of any compliance order or notice of violation issued by the code official and furnish to the code official a signed and notarized statement from the grantee, transferee, mortgagee or lessee, acknowledging the receipt of such compliance order or notice of violation and fully accepting the responsibility without condition for making correction or repairs required by such notice. Any person affected by this order may file a suit in chancery court within sixty (60) days. A written description of specific violations is available for public review in the Codes Enforcement Office.