How do You Condemn a House?

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To condemn a house you would need to contact the Health Department. If they feel the home is a danger to society then they can condemn the home.
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Anyone can take it upon their self to decide to condemn a house. It happens quite often, a person gets tired of seeing a house that is clearly a safety hazard in their neighborhood. If you're trying to condemn a place you're going to need to contact the building official in your town and ask that they make sure to carefully inspect the place you feel is condemned. It is the building official's job to know what to do from there, but feel free to call and check up on the progress of the inspection and condemning process.
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