§ 71.14  RESPONSIBILITY OF VEHICLE OWNER FOR VIOLATION OF CHAPTER.
   (A)    No person shall allow, permit or suffer any vehicle registered in his or her name to stand or park in any street in the city in violation of any provision of this chapter regulating the standing or parking of vehicles.
   (B)   If a vehicle is found unattended or unoccupied upon a street, highway, alley or other public place in violation of any provision of this chapter regulating the stopping, standing or parking of vehicles, the same is hereby declared a nuisance per se, and the fact that the vehicle is unattended or unoccupied by any person shall be prima facie evidence that the owner unlawfully stopped, placed or parked the vehicle.
   (C)   Proof of the ownership may be made by a copy of the registration of the vehicle with the State Highway Department or County Motor Vehicle License Department showing the name of the person to whom the state highway license plates were issued.
   (D)   This proof shall constitute prima facie evidence of the ownership of the motor vehicle by the person to whom the certificate of registration was issued.
(2005 Code, § 8-3-14)  (Ord. 200728A, passed 7-28-2020)