Request a Conditional Mitigation Hearing for Code Enforcement Case

Are you trying to sell property with an open Code Enforcement violation that has not been corrected, and there is an active per-diem-fine that is accruing?  
OR
Are you a Prospective Buyer with a 'Sales and Purchase Contract' on a property with open violations and an active per-diem-fine that is accruing?  

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Determine Your Eligibility.

Only the owner(s), a buyer, or someone with legal standing (i.e. Legal Counsel, Power of Attorney) on behalf of the owner(s) or buyer can request this type of hearing. All Power of Attorneys must be notarized and will be reviewed by the Legal Department.

NOTE: You will be required to upload the Power of Attorney document in PDF format when completing the questionnaire to request a hearing.

What You Will Need.

  • Case Number: Your case number can be found on your Notice of Violation (e.g. 2018000000). 
  • Power of Attorney, if applicable: A valid Power of Attorney is required if you are not the Owner/Seller or the Prospective Buyer, as you would represent them at the hearing.
  • Sales and Purchase Contract: The buyer must have an executed “Sales and Purchase” contract when requesting this hearing. NOTE: You will be required to upload the "Sales and Purchase Contract" in PDF format when completing the questionnaire. This document will be reviewed by the Legal Department.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: All documents and information submitted for a public hearing become a public record available to anyone who seeks public information. It is important that you do not submit any sensitive information.

Request a Conditional Mitigation Hearing,

Start the request for hearing process by answering the questionnaire below. 

Request a Conditional Mitigation Hearing

What Happens Next?

  • Your request will be reviewed along with your supporting documentation (Sales and Purchase Contract; Power of Attorney, if applicable).
  • If your documents are approved, you will receive notification via email of your hearing date, time, and location within 3-5 business days. 
  • At the hearing, the Code Enforcement Board will make a motion regarding the violation, deadline, and fines. If the Buyer accepts the motion, the Buyer must make contact with the inspector immediately to comply with the violation(s), and obtain compliance within the time frame ordered.  
  • Once the Buyer has complied with the terms of the Conditional Mitigation Order, an Affidavit of Compliance (AFC) is generated by the inspector as it relates to the case number.
  • Once the amount honored from the Conditional Mitigation Order is fully paid, the Release of Lien will be generated.

NOTE: If the sale of the property does not go through, the amount determined by the Code Enforcement Board will be voided and returned to original per-diem total.