§ 141.10  CHANGE IN TITLE TO CHRONIC NUISANCE PROPERTY.
   (A)   Purchase at judicial sale; tax deed. Every purchaser of a chronic nuisance property at judicial sale upon a final judgment of foreclosure and every person or entity which receives a tax deed to a chronic nuisance property must provide the City with an action plan and implement an action plan no later than 45 days from acquiring the property.
   (B)   Receivership. Every trustee or receiver of a chronic nuisance property appointed after the entry of a chronic nuisance service order must provide the City with an action plan and implement the action plan no later than 45 days from the date of appointment as trustee or receiver over the property.
   (C)   Probate. Every personal representative of an owner of a chronic nuisance property must provide the City with an action plan and implement an action plan no later than 45 days from the date of appointment. If the owner of the chronic nuisance property died intestate, beneficiaries of the estate must provide the City with an action plan and implement an action plan within 45 days of the City notifying any of the beneficiaries.
   (D)   Other changes in title to chronic nuisance property. An arms-length purchaser of a chronic nuisance property that has purchased the property after entry of a chronic nuisance service order for the property has 45 days from the date of closing or recording of the order, whichever occurs last, to provide the City with an action plan and implement the action plan.
(Ord. 9050, passed 5-3-16)