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SEC. 27-44.1.   PRESUMPTIONS.
   (a)   Unless otherwise provided in this article, 30 business days is deemed prompt and sufficient notice by the city.
   (b)   Any notice to be provided by the city pursuant to this article shall be deemed effective when personally delivered to the intended addressee or mailed by first class U.S. mail, certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to the intended addressee at the last applicable address provided in the registration of the rental property in question.  Mailed notice shall be deemed received and effective three days after the date of mailing whether the notice was actually received or not or whether the notice was returned unclaimed or undeliverable. 
   (c)   Notices delivered to one tenant of a dwelling unit in a rental property shall be deemed effective as to all tenants and occupants of that dwelling unit.
   (d)   Notice delivered to one owner of a rental property shall be deemed effective as to all owners of a rental property.
   (e)   Notice to an owner of a rental property shall be deemed effective if made to an agent, employee, officer, landlord, or property manager authorized to act on behalf of the owner or identified in the registration for the rental property.  For purposes of this article, an owner may act by and through an agent, employee, officer, landlord, or property manager authorized to act on behalf of the owner or identified in the registration for a rental property for that purpose.
   (f)   Notice to a condominium association with respect to common areas or exteriors of a condominium shall be effective as to all owners with an interest in that common area or those exteriors.  If there is not a condominium association existing and in good standing with authority over common areas or exteriors of a condominium, notice to an owner of a common interest in the common areas or exterior shall be effective as to all other owners with a common interest in the common area or exterior.
   (g)   In lieu of originals, true and correct copies of any instruments or documents required of an owner or registrant shall be sufficient.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, affidavits submitted to the city must bear the original signatures of the affiant and the authority who administered the oath. 
   (h)   Any affidavits required in connection with this article must be made by a natural individual having personal knowledge of the matters certified and duly signed and sworn to under oath before an authority authorized to administer oaths.  (Ord. 30236)