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Asked on: 8/18/13, 6:33 pm

can I be givin code violations on landlocked property

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Answered on: 8/19/13, 11:30 am by Walter LeVine

Possibly, depends on local ordinances and what is claimed to be in violation. For example, if grass has not been cut and weeds are growing, this may be a legitimate violation, More facts are needed for a better response.

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