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Section A-601 Fines
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Any person who violates any provision of this code or the technical codes or regulations adopted thereunder; or who fails to comply with any order issued pursuant to any Section thereof; or who erects, constructs, installs, removes, alters or repairs a structure, equipment or system in violation of the approved construction documents or directive of the code official or of a permit or certificate issued under the provisions of this code or the technical codes, shall be subject to a fine of $300.00 for each offense.
- In addition to the Basic Fine, repeat violations of § PM-301 ("General") or § PM-302 ("Exterior Property Areas"), requiring more than one abatement of the same property in a twelve-month period, shall be subject to a penalty of $100 for each such repeat abatement action.
Notwithstanding subsection A-601.1, any person who violates any of the following provisions shall have committed a Class II offense and be subject to the maximum fine set forth in subsection 1-109(2) of The Philadelphia Code:
- F-106.4 (Rendering equipment inoperable);
- F-106.4.1 (Fire Department notification);
- F-104.2.2 (Obstructing operations);
- F-106.7 (Obstructions);
- F-307 (Open Burning and Recreational Fires);
- F-308.5 (Open-flame devices);
- F-901.4.6 (Changes to fire protection equipment);
- F-901.7 (Systems out of service);
- F-915 (Periodic Testing Of Fire Protection Systems);
- F-1027 (Maintenance of the Means of Egress);
- PM-702 (Means of Egress);
- PM-902 (Foreclosed Vacant Residential Properties);
- PM-904 (Chronic Non-Compliant Owner);
- PM-703 (Fire Resistance Ratings);
- PM-704 (Fire Protection Systems); and
- PM-804.2 (Historic Area Standards).
Notwithstanding subsection A-601.1, any person who violates any of the following provisions shall have committed a Class III offense and shall be subject to the maximum fine set forth in subsection 1-109(3) of The Philadelphia Code:
- A-301.1.5 (Zoning and Use Registration Permits);
- A-402.10.6 (Failure to provide for required demolition inspections);
- A-701 (Certificate of Occupancy);
- B-1704.15 (Special Inspections of Special Cases);
- B-3301.1 (Safeguards During Construction);
- F-103 (Unsafe Conditions);
- F-105.8.1 (Transportation of Explosives);
- F-106.6 (Overcrowding);
- F-105.6.15 (Explosives);
- F-1011 (Fire Escapes);
- F-2703.3 (Release of Hazardous Materials);
- F-3301.1.3 (Fireworks);
- PM-302.3 (Sidewalks and Driveways);
- PM-314 (Piers and Other Waterfront Structures);
- PM-109 (Unfit Structures); PM-108 (Unsafe Structures and Equipment);
- PM-110 (Imminently Dangerous Structures);
- PM-315 (Periodic Inspection of Exterior Walls and Appurtenances of Buildings).
- § 14-906 (Market Street East Sign Regulations).
- PM-902.1; PM-902.3 through 902.8.
Each day that a violation continues after issuance of a notice or order shall be deemed a separate offense.
Each day that a violation continues after the time for correcting the violation as stated in the initial notice of violation has passed, and where no timely appeal has been filed pursuant to A-801 or A-803, shall be deemed a separate offense for purposes of determining the accrual of fines.
If no timely appeal is filed from the issuance of a violation notice issued under this Section, the applicable fines set forth for such violation in this Section shall be deemed imposed for purposes of A-202.7 and A-503.1; all fines so imposed shall continue to accrue for each separate offense of each violation.
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