(A)   Occupancy - Prior to occupancy of an affordable unit, the household's eligibility for occupancy of the affordable unit must be demonstrated to the city. This provision applies throughout the restricted time periods pursuant to section 16-410S and applies to any change in ownership or tenancy, including subletting, of the affordable unit.
   (B)   Ongoing compliance - Upon request, the affordable housing developer must show that the affordable units are continually in compliance with this Division 7A and the terms of the affordable housing agreement. Upon 30-day notice, the city may perform an audit to determine compliance with this Division 7A and the terms of any agreement or restriction.
   (C)   Enforcement - The city has the authority to enforce the provisions of this Division 7A, the terms of affordable housing agreements and equity sharing agreements, deed restrictions, covenants, resale restrictions, promissory notes, deed of trust, conditions of approval, permit conditions, and any other requirements placed on the affordable units or the approval of the qualified housing development. In addition to the enforcement powers granted in this Division 7A, the city may, at its discretion, take any other enforcement action permitted by law, including those authorized by city ordinances. Such enforcement actions may include, but are not limited to, a civil action for specific performance of the restrictions and agreement(s). damages for breach of contract, restitution, and injunctive relief. The remedies provided for herein shall be cumulative and not exclusive and shall not preclude the city from seeking any other remedy or relief to which it otherwise would be entitled under law or equity.
(Ord. No. 2912)