Virginia Code 33.1-375 - Violation a nuisance; abatement
Virginia Code > Title 33.1 > Chapter 7 > § 33.1-375 - Violation a nuisance; abatement
Current as of: 2011
§ 33.1-375. Violation a nuisance; abatement.
Any sign, advertisement or advertising structure which is erected, used, maintained, operated, posted or displayed in violation of §§ 33.1-369, 33.1-370, or § 33.1-372 or for which no permit has been obtained where such is required, or after revocation or more than thirty days after expiration of a permit, or which, whether or not excepted under the provisions of § 33.1-355, is not kept in a good general condition and in a reasonably good state of repair and is not, after thirty days' written notice to the person erecting, using, maintaining, posting or displaying the same, put into good general condition and in a reasonably good state of repair, is hereby declared to be a public and private nuisance and may be forthwith removed, obliterated or abated by the Commissioner or his representatives. The Commissioner may collect the cost of such removal, obliteration or abatement from the person erecting, using, maintaining, operating, posting or displaying such sign, advertisement or advertising structure.
(Code 1950, § 33-321; 1954, c. 588; 1960, c. 406; 1970, c. 322; 1976, c. 14.)
LawServer is for purposes of information only and is no substitute for legal advice.
© 2013 LawServer, Inc. All rights reserved