Section 16-320 Effect of property conveyance.

    (a)    When title to property is conveyed, any nuisance activity that occurred before the conveyance may not be used to establish the property as a chronic nuisance property unless the reason for the conveyance was to avoid a determination that the property was a chronic nuisance property.  

    (b)    There is a rebuttable presumption that a reason for the conveyance of property was to avoid a determination that the property was a chronic nuisance property if:

    (1)    The property was conveyed for less than fair market value;

    (2)    The property was conveyed to an entity controlled by a person conveying the property;

    (3)    The property was conveyed to a relative of a person conveying the property.

(Ord. No. 19288, §1, 11-6-06)


(Ord. 19288, Added, 11/06/2006)