§ 151.010  CONFLICTING PROVISIONS.
   (A)   Conflict with state or federal regulations.  If the provisions of this chapter are inconsistent with those of the state or federal government, the more restrictive provision shall control, to the extent permitted by law.
   (B)   Conflict with other county regulations.  If the provisions of this chapter are inconsistent with one another, or if they conflict with provisions found in other adopted ordinances or regulations of the county, the more restrictive provision will control. No text amendment, zoning variance, or condition of approval placed on a conditional use permit or other form of development approval under this chapter shall have the effect of nullifying, abrogating, or diminishing the provisions of any other county ordinance.
   (C)   Conflict with private easements, agreements, covenants, or restrictions.  This chapter is not intended to abrogate, annul, or otherwise interfere with any private easement, agreement, covenant, restriction, or other private legal relationship. The county is responsible for enforcing this chapter; it does not enforce private agreements, easements, covenants, or restrictions except those specifically required for the administration and enforcement of this chapter.
(Ord., § 1.10, passed 10-13-2009)