Section 11-52-35

Buildings not to be erected or building permits issued in territory for which major street plan adopted until street providing access to proposed building accepted, etc.

From and after the time when a planning commission shall have adopted a major street plan of the territory within its subdivision jurisdiction or part thereof, no building shall be erected on any lot within such territory or part nor shall a building permit be issued therefor unless the street giving access to the lot upon which such building is proposed to be placed shall have been accepted or opened as or shall otherwise have received the legal status of a public street prior to that time or unless such street corresponds with a street shown on the official master plan or with a street on a subdivision plat approved by the planning commission or with a street on a street plat made by and adopted by the commission or with a street accepted by council after submission to the planning commission by the favorable vote required in Section 11-52-34.

Any building erected in violation of this section shall be deemed an unlawful structure, and the building inspector or other appropriate official may cause it to be vacated and have it removed.

(Acts 1935, No. 534, p. 1126; Code 1940, T. 37, §802.)