§ 110.2.3.7.  


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  • When the proposed work involves a one-story, detached, light-framed structure not intended or used for human occupancy, such as a garage, carport, patio cover, deck or storage shed, accessory to a single-family residence not exceeding 400 square feet in gross floor area nor 12 feet in height. Before a permit may be issued pursuant to this Section, the owner shall do all of the following:

    1.

    If required by the Building Official, submit an engineering geology and/or soils engineering report or reports that contain(s), at a minimum, a qualitative and/or conditional finding that the proposed work complies with the provisions of Section 110.2.1.

    2.

    Record in the office of the Department of Registrar-Recorder a statement by the owner acknowledging that the owner is aware that the records of the Building Official indicate that the property is potentially subject to hazard from landslide, settlement, or slippage.

    3.

    Record in the office of the Department of Registrar-Recorder an agreement relieving the County and all officers and employees thereof of any liability for any damage or loss which may result from issuance of such a permit. This agreement shall provide that it is binding on all successors in interest of the owner and shall continue in effect until the Building Official records in the office of the Department of Registrar-Recorder a statement that the Building Official has determined that such hazard from landslide, settlement, or slippage no longer exists.

(Ord. 2016-0053 § 2, 2016; Ord. 2013-0048 § 2, 2013: Ord. 2010-0053 § 2, 2010; Ord. 2007-0108 § 2 (part), 2007: Ord. 98-0020 § 13 (part), 1998.)