A. Any penalty or remedy imposed pursuant to this code is in addition to, and not in lieu of, any other civil, criminal or administrative penalty, sanction or remedy otherwise authorized by law.
C. A violation of this code is a public nuisance and may be enjoined or abated in accordance with the provisions of the Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings. For purposes of the Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings, this code shall be deemed a housing code.
D. A court of competent jurisdiction may appoint a receiver pursuant to the Oregon Housing Receivership Act, ORS 105.420 to 105.455, to perform an abatement of residential property found in violation of this code. For purposes of the Oregon Housing Receivership Act, this code shall be deemed a housing code.
E. A citation for a violation of this code shall not relieve the responsible party of the duty to maintain residential property in accordance with this code. The abatement of a violation pursuant to this code does not prejudice the right of any person to recover damages arising out of or related to the violation.
F. If a citation alleging a violation of BC 8.07.110, 8.07.210, 8.07.310 or 8.07.320 is issued, and if the affected dwelling unit is or becomes vacant, no person shall reoccupy or permit reoccupancy of the dwelling unit until all repairs have been made by the responsible party and inspected by the code official. [BC 8.07.520, added by Ordinance No. 4448, 8/20/07]