(a)   As used in this section, "actual, economic or constructive total loss," means the damage or destruction of a motor vehicle as a result of fire in which the cost of parts and/or labor for the repair is eighty percent (80%) or greater than the fair market value, with reference to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) guide or other pricing guides.
   (b)   Any person owning a motor vehicle that is damaged by fire in the City shall make a report to the Division of Fire if the motor vehicle is an actual, economic or constructive total loss due to the fire or if the fire is determined to be incendiary by the Division of Fire. The report shall disclose all owners and lienholders of the motor vehicle, the purchase price of the motor vehicle, the amount of the loan payments, if any, all insurance claims made previously concerning the motor vehicle or any other property in the five year period prior to the fire, the condition of the motor vehicle prior to the fire, the names of the insurance companies to which prior claims were made, and such additional information as deemed necessary by the Chief of Fire. The format, number of copies needed, and filing locations shall be determined by the Chief of Fire. The Division of Fire shall make the uncompleted form reports available to the insurance companies and persons requesting them.
   (c)   The signing of this report must be witnessed by a designated Fire Division official or properly notarized, and subject to the penalties for falsification contained in Ohio R.C. 2921.13 and Section 525.02 of these Codified Ordinances. This report must be submitted within five working days of the incident.
   (d)   Any person violating this section is guilty of failing to file a fire damage report, a misdemeanor of the second degree.
(Ord. 1991-078. Passed 4-23-91.)