1313.05  USE, TRANSFER AND DISCLOSURE TO BUYERS AND OCCUPANTS OF CONTAMINATED PROPERTY.
   (a)    No owner shall sell, lease, rent, loan, assign, exchange or otherwise transfer the clandestine drug lab site property unless the owner does the following:
      (1)    Provides written notice to the purchaser, lessee, renter, borrower, assignee, exchange partner or other transferee, with a copy to the Chief Building Official, of the existence of the clandestine drug laboratory and the pending Declaration of Public Health Nuisance Order; and
      (2)    Provides the Chief Building Official with a written and notarized acknowledgement that the notice was received by the purchaser, lessee, renter, borrower, assignee, exchange partner or other transferee.
   (b)   No person may enter, occupy, or use the clandestine drug lab site property or otherwise knowingly and intentionally violate the provisions of the Declaration of Public Health Nuisance until remediation of the residually contaminated portion of the property has taken place and such Declaration is removed by the Chief Building Official.  Persons performing work for a law enforcement agency, the City, or a remediation firm are excepted from this prohibition.  The owner or the owner's agent may enter the property for remediation purposes only. 
   (c)    After the Chief Building Official has approved the post-remediation report and clearance levels pursuant to Section 1313.09, the Chief Building Official shall vacate the Declaration of Public Health Nuisance and the owner or owner's agent may remove the Declaration of Public Health Nuisance and allow any person to enter, use, occupy, rent, or sell the property without further notice.
   (d)    No person may move, alter or remove the Declaration of Public Health Nuisance from its initial place of posting until and unless the Chief Building Official has vacated the Declaration.  (Ord. 2013-76.  Passed 6-27-13.)