If your violation also required corrective action (Compliance Violation), DOF must receive a certificate of compliance from the issuing agency or electronic record indicating compliance before the last day of the FAIRER Program.
To learn how to correct your compliance violations or get proof of correction, contact the agency who issued your ticket.
Department of Buildings (DOB)
If you receive an Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) violation, formerly known as Environmental Control Board (ECB) from the Department of Buildings (DOB), you must correct the violating condition in a timely manner and submit the following documents for proof of compliance:
- An original Certificate of Correction affidavit (AEU2 Form or AEU3321 Form)
- Proof of correction such as permits, photographs, receipts, inspection results, etc. and
- A notarized statement (AEU20 Form) attesting to how the violation was corrected, if submitting an AEU2 form
- Proof of payment of any applicable DOB civil penalties
For more information on how to submit proof of compliance and certificates of correction for OATH/ECB violations issued by the Department of Buildings (DOB), go the DOB Proof of Compliance for OATH Violation page.
If you receive a FDNY Summons, the unsafe condition must be corrected and proof of the correction must be provided to the FDNY.
To avoid penalty and a hearing, a condition must be corrected and a Certification of Correction must be received by FDNY within 35 days from the date the violation originally was issued. After 35 days, you will be required to appear for a hearing at the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings and must bring all proof of corrections to the hearings.
Please submit your proof of correction and Certification to:
Send to Curedesk@fdny.nyc.gov
Bureau of Legal Affairs
Administrative Enforcement Unit
9 MetroTech Center, 1st Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Bureau of Environmental Compliance
Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC)
If a Warning Letter has been issued for a landmark violation at your property, you should submit an application to LPC to address the condition. Usually Warning Letters are issued because work was performed either without an LPC permit or in noncompliance with an LPC permit. Do not ignore this letter, even if the violation predates your ownership or control of the property. If the Warning Letter is ignored, fines may be imposed.
Download an application.
Email application to: email@example.com
If you have questions or are uncertain what to do, contact the Enforcement Department. Commission staff can answer questions and help with the process of addressing violations. The main goal of enforcement of the Landmarks Law is to have violations corrected and to protect our landmarks. Consequently, under most circumstances there are two grace periods for owners to correct violations without any fines.
Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org