What are the criteria for establishing a condition of demolition by neglect?

According to the Unified Development Ordinance, a building can be declared to be in a condition of demolition by neglect if one of the following applies: • Building parts that may fall and injure the public. • Deteriorated or inadequate foundation. • Defective or deteriorated floor supports, walls, ceiling, roofs, chimneys or vertical or horizontal supports that split, lean, list, buckle, sag, or split. • Any fault, defect, or condition in the building that renders it structurally unsafe or not properly watertight.  
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