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A. Conflict With State Or Federal Regulations: If the provisions of this UDO are inconsistent with State or Federal law, the more restrictive provision governs, to the extent allowed by law. The more restrictive provision is the one that imposes more stringent controls.
B. Conflict With Other City Regulations: If the provisions of this UDO are inconsistent with one another or if they conflict with provisions found in other adopted ordinances or regulations of the City, the more restrictive provision governs unless otherwise expressly stated. The more restrictive provision is the one that imposes more stringent controls.
C. Conflict With Private Agreements And Covenants: This UDO does not interfere with, abrogate or annul any easement, covenant, deed restriction or other agreement between private parties. If the provisions of this UDO impose a greater restriction than imposed by an agreement or covenant among private parties, the provisions of this UDO govern. The City is not responsible for monitoring or enforcing agreements or covenants among private parties. (Ord. 2018-16, 12-4-2018)