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An owner of Real Property adjoining Real Property of the City may request that the City consent to openings in building walls on the owner's Real Property that are closer to the common property line than the distances prescribed in the San Francisco Building Code by filing with the Director of Property an original and two copies of a written application, together with plans, specifications and other supporting documents, and paying the required application fee. Upon such filing, the Director of Property shall investigate the application and consult with the department that has jurisdiction over the Real Property. Copies of the application and its supporting documents shall be delivered by the Director of Property to the Department of City Planning and the Bureau of Building Inspection for review and comment as that department and that bureau may deem appropriate. If the department having jurisdiction over the Real Property approves and the Director of Property concludes that it is in the best interest of the City to give the requested consent, the Director of Property is authorized to approve and execute a lot line window agreement which complies with all of the provisions of this Article.
(Formerly Sec. 23.27; added by Ord. 559-85, App. 12/27/85; amended and renumbered by Ord. 15-01, File No. 001965, App. 2/2/2001)