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(1) A person seeking to file a claim under sections 2.070 to 2.095 of this code must be the present owner of the property that is the subject of the claim at the time the claim is submitted. The claim shall be filed with the city manager’s office, or another city office if so designated by the city manager.

(2) A claim shall include:

(a) The name(s), address(es) and telephone number(s) of all owners, and anyone with any interest in the property, including lien holders, trustees, renters, lessees, and a description of the ownership interest of each;

(b) The address, tax lot, and legal description of the real property that is the subject of the claim, together with a title report issued no more than 30 days prior to the submission of the claim that reflects the ownership interest in the property, or other documentation reflecting ownership of the entire property by the claimant(s), and the date the property was acquired;

(c) The current land use regulation(s) that allegedly restricts the use of the real property and allegedly causes a reduction in the fair market value of the subject property;

(d) The amount of the claim, based on the alleged reduction in value of the real property supported by an appraisal by an appraiser who is licensed or certified by the Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board of the State of Oregon and who is not a business partner nor family member of any owner of the property; and

(e) Copies of any leases or Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (“CCR’s) applicable to the real property, if any, that impose restrictions on the use of the property.

(3) Notwithstanding a claimant’s failure to provide all of the information required by subsection (2) of this section, the city may review and act on a claim.

(4) Following receipt of a claim, the city manager shall post on the city’s website information related to the claim, including the name(s) of the claimant(s), the location of the property, the regulation(s) identified in the claim, and the amount claimed. The city manager shall also e-mail the information to the neighborhood groups or community organizations officially recognized by the city council whose boundaries include the subject property.

(Section 2.075 added by Ordinance No. 20331, enacted and effective November 30, 2004.)