(a) The building official shall inspect the building and applicant’s equipment to determine whether the standards for issuance of a permit are met.
(b) The building official shall refuse to issue a permit if he finds:
(1) That any application requirement or any fee requirement has not been complied with;
(2) That the building is too large to move without endangering persons or property in the city;
(3) That the building is in such a state of deterioration or disrepair or is otherwise so structurally unsafe that it could not be moved without endangering persons and property in the city;
(4) That the building is structurally unsafe or unfit for the purpose for which moved, if the removal location is in the city;
(5) That the applicant’s equipment is unsafe and that persons and property would be endangered by its use;
(6) That zoning or other ordinances would be violated by the building in its new location;
(7) That for any other reason persons or property in the city would be endangered by the moving of the building;
(8) That the move would be in violation of any ordinance of the city.
(c) Upon his refusal to issue a permit the applicant shall be entitled to the return of all deposits, bonds or insurance policy.
Source: Code 1962, § 5-16-6