The following words and terms when used in this Division B shall have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.
COMMON AREAS. All areas of the which are maintained for the common use of its or the general public incidental to the conduct of the normal and legitimate activities upon the premises, including, but not limited to, parking lots and ramps, private roadways, reception areas, rotunda, waiting areas, hallways, restroom facilities, elevators, escalators and staircases.
COVERED PREMISES. Any real , or portion thereof, to which the public has an implicit right of access including, but not limited to, places of worship, shopping malls, retail sales facilities, hotels, motels, nursing homes, restaurants, multiple-family residential buildings, hospitals, medical and dental offices, clubs, lodges, office buildings, banks and financial institutions, transit stations, athletic and recreational facilities, personal service establishments, theaters, parks, libraries, aquatic facilities and day care facilities.
PROPERTY MANAGER. Any owner of a or the agent thereof who is authorized to exercise control over the , including . The term PROPERTY MANAGER includes any who is an owner of the or agent of the owner and authorized to exercise control over the , including .
TENANT. Any authorized occupant of a , or the agent thereof.
TRESPASS NOTICE. A written notice which contains minimally the following information:
(a) A verbatim copy of § 12.09 of this code;
(b) The name, date of birth and address of the person to whom the notice is issued and the name of the person’s custodial parent or guardian where that person is a juvenile;
(c) A description of the specific conduct which serves as a basis for the notice’s issuance;
(d) A description of the specific to which the trespass notice applies;
(e) The period during which the trespass notice is in effect, including the date of its expiration;
(f) The name, title and telephone number of a person with authority to modify, amend or rescind the trespass notice prior to its normal expiration; and
(g) The method by which the trespass notice was served upon the person to whom it was issued.
(1958 Code, § 174.05) (Ord. 168, passed 1-8-1952; added by Ord. 69-57, passed 7-14-1969; Ord. 92-59, passed 11-9-1992; recodified by Ord. 98-53, passed 11-16-1998; Ord. 2007-24, passed 8-6-2007; Ord. 2013-6, passed 3-18-2013)