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Orders to Comply

Those who own property might find themselves issued an order to comply. Such a citation is generally issued by the authority in charge of building safety or code enforcement in a given jurisdiction because a structure is thought to pose a threat to the community by not meeting certain standards in structural stability. Following an order to comply may involve investing a great deal of money into a property to ensure that it is repaired so as to meet building code standards. Usually, the party on the receiving end of an order to comply will be subject to fines and/or punishments if the issue is not resolved within a given period of time. It is of vital importance to react quickly upon the receipt of an order to comply. Merritt Law is happy to assist clients dealing with an order to comply.

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