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The case is heard by the Special Master to confirm the case findings. If the enforcement charges are confirmed, the Special master issues an order to resolve the charges within a given timeline or fines will be assessed.
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No, per Florida statute 162.06(b), a name and address must be provided.
The property owner is responsible for complying with the codes; therefore, a complaint is filed against the property owner.
The Health Department handles septic problems.You can visit their website at http://sumter.floridahealth.gov/
Contact Administration for a records request at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Noise complaints are handled by the Sheriff's Office. You can visit their website at https://www.sumtercountysheriff.org/
The vehicle is not drivable and does not have a current registration.
Only temporarily with a temporary use permit while building a permitted home.
The Special Master is an attorney that functions as a judge to hear evidence of the charges for a code enforcement case and issues orders.
Fines are levied and if not resolved, a lien is placed on the property. For Non-homestead properties, foreclosure proceedings may follow.