§ 86.09.120  Filing of a Notice of Pendency.
   Whenever the County institutes a judicial action or proceeding to enforce the Development Code, a Notice of Pendency of the action or proceeding may be filed with the County Recorder’s Office. The notice shall be filed at the time of the commencement of the action or proceeding, and upon recordation of the notice as provided in this Section, shall have the same effect as a notice recorded in compliance with the Code of Civil Procedure § 409.
   (a)   The County Recorder shall record and index the Notice of Pendency of action or proceeding in the Grantor/Grantee Index.
   (b)   Any Notice of Pendency of action or proceeding filed in compliance with this Section may, upon motion of a party to the action or proceeding, be vacated upon an appropriate showing of need therefore by an order of a judge of the court in which the action or proceeding is pending.
      (1)   A certified copy of the “Order to Vacate Notice of Pendency” may be recorded with the County Recorder’s Office, and upon the recordation, the Notice of Pendency of the action or proceeding shall not constitute constructive notice of any of the matters contained therein nor create any duty of inquiry in any person thereafter dealing with the property described therein.
      (2)   An “Order to Vacate Notice of Pendency” shall not be appealable, but the party aggrieved by the order may, within 20 days after service of written notice of the order, or within additional time not exceeding 20 days as the court may, within the original 20 days allow, but in no event later than 60 days after entry of the order, petition the proper reviewing court to review the order by Writ of Mandate.
      (3)   No “Order to Vacate Notice of Pendency” shall be effective, nor shall it be recorded with the County Recorder’s Office, until the time within which a petition for the filing of a Writ of Mandate has expired in compliance with this Section.
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007; Am. Ord. 4043, passed - -2008)