Hello, and thanks for submitting this interesting question. Am I correct in believing that this case is improperly constructed and I cannot be personally cited when my LLC is the owner?
That is a correct analysis. The ownership by the LLC might make it liable but that is even doubtful under the circumstances you describe. There would have to be a special statute making the owner of real estate personally liable for code enforcement violations. That would only affect the LLC, not you personally.
Am I also correct in believing that because the municipality's attorney admitted that we had an agreement in a voice mail that the agreement is enforceable pursuant to PA UCC at section 2201(c)(2)?
That section of PA law says that contracts for the sale of real estate must be in writing. It's called the "Statute of Frauds". However, when property is actually deeded pursuant to a verbal agreement, as yours was, the SOF is no longer applicable. The verbal agreement is binding on the parties. The county attorney who you dealt with should call the person who is sending you the violation notices and straighten them out.
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