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What if the violations aren't corrected within the time period provided?
Regarding the Residential Rental Inspection Program, iIf, upon re-inspection, the property owner has not complied with the notice, then the City will initiate code enforcement action. The purpose of the enforcement action is to ensure that the property is brought into compliance. Typical enforcement action includes, but is not limited to, assessment of administrative citations, charging of re-inspection fees, and actual abatement of the violation(s) by a contractor hired by the City. All costs for abatement are billed to the property owner. Clearly, it is in the property owner's best interest to correct all of the violations within the specific timeframes listed on any notice issued.

Residential Rental Inspection Program

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1. What is the purpose of the Residential Rental Inspection Program?
2. What are the steps of the Rental Inspection Program for an owner?
3. Are Section 8 units exempt from the City's Rental Inspection Program?
4. I can't make the date of inspection, can I re-schedule?
5. What do you look for during an inspection?
6. What happens if violations are noted during the inspection?
7. What if the violations aren't corrected within the time period provided?
8. Will the property owner receive documentation of the Residential Rental Inspection Program results?
9. What if violations of the Residential Rental Inspection Program occur during the two-year period?
10. Is a business license required for rental property in El Cerrito?
11. Who do I contact about the Residential Rental Inspection Program?

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