The provisions of this chapter shall be held to be minimum requirements adopted for the promotion of the public health, morals, safety and general welfare. Whenever the requirements of this chapter are at variance with the requirements of any other law, the most restrictive thereof, or those imposing the highest standards, shall govern.
Peddlers or solicitors. A licensee shall be responsible for compliance with this chapter regardless of any agreement between or among agents, lessors, operators, occupants or persons as to which party shall be responsible.
Transient merchants. An owner shall be responsible for compliance with this chapter regardless of any agreement between or among transient merchants as to which party shall be responsible.
The Code Enforcement Officer, as authorized by the Town Board, shall have the authority to obtain assistance from any Town department, agency or employee as may be deemed necessary and appropriate under the circumstances. Furthermore, the Code Enforcement Officer, as authorized by the Town Board, shall have the authority to obtain assistance from qualified experts as may be deemed necessary and appropriate under the circumstances. An applicant for a license for a peddler, solicitor and transient merchant shall pay any expense incurred by the Town as it pertains to such assistance.
This chapter is not intended to annul or otherwise interfere with any easement, covenant or other private agreement or legal relationship; provided, however, that where the regulations of this chapter are more restrictive or impose higher standards or requirements than such easements, covenants or other private agreements or legal relationships, the regulations of this chapter shall govern.
The Town Board may, by resolution, authorize the Supervisor of the Town to enter into an agreement, in the name of this Town, with other governments to carry out the terms of this chapter, provided that such agreement does not violate any applicable law.