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(a) In the event a Foreclosing Lender Contact Information page required by section 17.102(a) is not attached to the Trustee's Deed when it is recorded or a Notice of Foreclosing Lender Contact Information has not been recorded, if required by section 17.102(b), and a County enforcement official, as defined in section 18.202(b), law enforcement officer or fire official subsequently determines that a public nuisance or dangerous or hazardous condition exists on the property, the foreclosing lender shall not be subject to criminal prosecution, but shall be liable for a civil penalty in the amount of up to $1000 for each violation of this chapter. The procedure for assessing a civil penalty shall be as provided in sections 18.201 et seq., but limited to a single day's penalty.
(b) Recovery of a civil penalty assessed under this chapter may be combined with recovery of any other civil penalty assessed against the same property pursuant to sections 18.201 et seq. for a public nuisance or a hazardous or dangerous condition. The County may record an order assessing a civil penalty for a violation of this chapter as a lien against the property as provided in section 18.214.
(Added by Ord. No. 9988 (N.S.), effective 7-16-09)