Whenever any Historic Landmarks Commission, with the consent of the property owner, certifies property as being a registered landmark, it may seek and obtain from such property owner an agreement as to such restrictions upon the use of the property as the Commission finds are reasonable and are calculated to perpetuate and preserve the features which lead it to designate such property as an historical landmark. All such agreements between such Commission and the property owner shall be in writing and approved by the City Attorney and, when duly signed and acknowledged, shall be recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court and, when so recorded, shall be notification to the assessor of the county of the restrictions therein set forth.
(1970 Code Sec 2-108)