When is a property considered vacant?

A building or structure is considered vacant if it is not legally occupied or at which all lawful business or construction operations or residential or other occupancy have substantially ceased, and which is in such condition that it cannot legally be re-occupied without repair or rehabilitation.

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1. When is a property considered vacant?
2. I am between tenants. Is my property considered vacant?
3. I got a notice about this ordinance, but my property is not vacant!
4. What are the fees?
5. How much time do I have to register my vacant property?
6. I’ve heard I need to post a “registration sign” on my vacant building. What is a “registration sign?”
7. Are there any other requirements in addition to registration under this ordinance?
8. What happens if a property owner fails to pay the registration fee or maintain their property in accordance with the ordinance?
9. What does the Borough intend to do with the fees collected under the ordinance?
10. I have a question that wasn't addressed.