§ 32.01  RECORDING OF LIENS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS AFFECTING REAL PROPERTY.
   (A)   The following shall be presented for recording in the appropriate county property records:
      (1)   Assessment liens;
      (2)   Local Improvement District (LID) liens;
      (3)   Development agreements;
      (4)   Utility and access easements;
      (5)   Utility billing liens;
      (6)   Liens for unpaid fees for city services;
      (7)   Waivers of remonstrance;
      (8)   Instruments for the reservation and maintenance of required open space areas under the city’s zoning ordinance § 9.803;
      (9)   Assessed costs in excess of posted security for the installation of parking lots under the city’s zoning ordinance § 9.828;
      (10)   Assessed costs in excess of posted security for the installation of landscaping under the city’s zoning ordinance § 9.859(5);
      (11)   Deeds, easements, leases, or contracts establishing joint use of access and egress for two or more uses, structures, or parcels of land under the city’s zoning ordinance § 9.830(3);
      (12)   Instruments establishing joint access and the provision of reciprocal easements required as a condition of issuing a building permit in the Community Commercial (CC) Zone under the city’s zoning ordinance § 9.834(2);
      (13)   Site plans demonstrating compliance with public facility standards under the city’s zoning ordinance § 9.855; and
      (14)   Any other instrument that affects the title to or an interest in real property that is required or permitted to be recorded by state or federal statute, rule, or regulation, or by any ordinance of the city.
   (B)   Any other instrument that affects or could affect the title to, or an interest in, real property may be presented for recording in the appropriate county property records.
   (C)   This subchapter shall apply to all instruments submitted for recordation by the city that affect the title to, or an interest in, real property, whether filed before or after the enactment of this subchapter.
(Prior Code, § 2.300)  (Ord. 2000-07, passed 8-14-2000)