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(a) This section shall apply only to demolition of residential hotel buildings pursuant to an abatement order of the Director of Public Works or the Superior Court of the State of California, or demolition necessitated by major fires, natural causes or accidents where the cost of repair exceeds 50 percent of the replacement value of the building.
(b) Upon submission of an application for a demolition permit, the owner or operator shall post a copy of said application.
(c) Upon notification by the Central Permit Bureau that a demolition permit has been issued, the owner or operator shall post a notice explaining the procedure for challenging the issuance of the demolition permit to the Board of Permit Appeals.
(d) When issued a demolition permit, the owner or operator shall provide a written notice of the demolition within 10 calendar days of issuance of the permit to each residential permanent resident. Each permanent resident shall be notified in writing of his/her rights to relocation assistance and to occupy the same unit for a period of up to 60 days after issuance of the demolition permit.
(e) The subsequent issuance of a building permit for construction on the demolished site shall be conditioned on the owner or operator's agreement to replace, on a one-for-one basis, the demolished residential units as required by the provisions of Section 41.13. No building permit shall be issued until owner or operator complies with the provisions of Section 41.13.
(f) The conditions for issuance of a demolition permit set forth in subsection (e) above shall be recorded by the owner at the time of issuance of the demolition permit in order to provide notice of said conditions to all subsequent purchasers and interested parties.
(Added by Ord. 121-90, App. 4/12/90)