How to Get a House Condemned?

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To get a house condemned, you will need to contact the department of health. They will need to know the exact condition of the house. They will then make a visit to the house, or they will send the appropriate officials to the house.
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How to Get a House Condemned
The exact steps that you must take to have a house condemned and demolished vary significantly by jurisdiction, meaning the town, city, county and state where you live. But in general, there are several steps that you will need to take to get the ball... More »
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To get a house condemned, one must show that the house is a public health hazard. A house simply being vacant is not enough; the house must contain rats, mold, etc.
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When a house is deemed and listed as condemned it means that the house is no longer livable,meaning that the house is unsafe for habitation.
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Your Local Municipality or Housing authority can condemn a house.
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A house can be condemned by the city if the house is considered unlivable, whether it be because of mold, or an infestation of rodents, or it's too old. ...
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