§ 177.66  SEVERABILITY.
   In any case in which the provisions of this subchapter, although generally reasonable, are held by a court to interfere with the use or enjoyment of a particular structure or parcel of land to such an extent, or to be so onerous in their application to such a structure or parcel of land as to constitute a taking or deprivation of that property in violation of the constitution of this state or the constitution of the United States, such holding shall not affect the application of this subchapter as to other structures and parcels of land, and to this end the provisions of this subchapter are declared to be severable.
(Ord. 68, passed 1-11-1979)