§ 53.103 LIEN; NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
   (A)   Whenever a bill for sewer service remains unpaid more than 60 days beyond the due date, the Water Billing Secretary shall file with the County Recorder of Deeds a statement of lien claim. This statement shall contain the legal description of the premises served, the amount of unpaid bill and a notice that the city claims a lien for this amount as well as for all charges and costs incurred by the city subsequent to the period covered by the bill, including all costs associated with filing the lien. If the user whose bill is unpaid is not the owner of the premises and the Water Billing Secretary has notice of this, notice shall be mailed to the owner of the premises if his or her address is known to the Water Billing Secretary whenever the bill remains unpaid more than 60 days beyond the due date. The failure of the Water Billing Secretary to record the lien or to mail the notice, or the failure of the owner to receive the notice, shall not affect the right to foreclose the lien for unpaid bills.
   (B)   If the Water Billing Secretary shall have filed a statement of lien claim with the County Recorder of Deeds, then before the city will execute and file a release of the lien claim with the County Recorder of Deeds, there shall be paid to the Water Billing Secretary all outstanding amounts due to the city, including the late charge, interest, costs of discontinuance and reinstatement of service, and all other charges to cover the city’s expenses in filing notice and in recording and releasing the lien claim.