Termination of exemption for failure to complete construction or noncompliance
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(1) Except as provided in ORS 307.627 (Termination of exemption), if the city or county finds that construction of multiple-unit housing was not completed on or before the date specified in ORS 307.637 (Deadlines for actions required for exemption), or that any provision of ORS 307.600 (Legislative findings) to 307.637 (Deadlines for actions required for exemption) is not being complied with, or any provision required by the city or county pursuant to ORS 307.600 (Legislative findings) to 307.637 (Deadlines for actions required for exemption) is not being complied with, the city or county shall give notice to the owner, mailed to the owner’s last-known address, and to any known lender, mailed to the lender’s last-known address, of the proposed termination of the exemption. The notice shall state the reasons for the proposed termination and shall require the owner to appear at a specified time, not less than 20 days after mailing the notice, to show cause, if any, why the exemption should not be terminated.
(2) If the owner fails to appear and show cause why the exemption should not be terminated, the city or county shall further notify every known lender and shall allow the lender a period of not less than 30 days, beginning with the date that the notice of failure to appear and show cause is mailed to the lender, to cure any noncompliance or to provide assurance that is adequate, as determined by the governing body, to assure the governing body that the noncompliance will be remedied.
(3) If the owner fails to appear and show cause why the exemption should not be terminated, and a lender fails to cure or give adequate assurance that any noncompliance will be cured, the city or county shall adopt an ordinance or resolution stating its findings terminating the exemption. A copy of the ordinance or resolution shall be filed with the county assessor and a copy sent to the owner at the owner’s last-known address, and to any lender at the lender’s last-known address, within 10 days after its adoption. [Formerly 307.670]
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