A. Any permit that sanctions a violation of this Title or any applicable law or regulations shall be void and any approval of plans and specifications in the issuance of such permit shall likewise be void.
B. Any permit issued under this Title may, after an administrative review by the Fire Marshal, be suspended or revoked under the following conditions:
1. It is used by a person other than the person to whom the permit was issued;
2. It is used for a location other than that for which it was issued;
3. Approved plans, conditions or limitations set forth in the permit have been violated;
4. The permittee fails, refuses, or neglects to comply with any order or notice duly served under the provisions of this Title;
5. The permitted work was initiated without the owner's or other governmental agency's consent;
6. The Fire Marshal finds that a hazard other than that anticipated in the permit approval exists, or there has been a false statement, misrepresentation or omission as to a material fact, or a change in condition from that stipulated in the application or plans upon which the permit was based.
7. Payment for the permit has been returned or refused by the paying agent.
C. The Fire Marshal may, as an alternative remedy, suspend the permit:
1. For the first offense in any two-year period, revoke the permit for one day and/or performance, or until the condition is corrected;
2. For the second offense in any two-year period, revoke the permit for three days and/or performances, or until the condition is corrected;
3. For the third offense in any two-year period, revoke the permit for fifteen days and/or performances;
4. For the fourth and subsequent offenses in any two-year period, revoke the permit for 30 days and/or performances.
D. The City shall not be responsible for any losses arising from the permit suspension or revocation.