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(a) The following definitions shall apply for the purposes of this Chapter: (Ord. 2399, § 1, 09/16/2008)

(1) “Appropriate authority” means that person, official, or body designated by the County Code to hear, grant, deny, modify, condition, revoke or otherwise act on land use permits and entitlement. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(2) “Development Agreement” means a binding agreement entered into between the County and a qualified applicant pursuant to the requirements and procedures of state law and this Chapter. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(3) “Developer” means a qualified applicant who has entered into a Development Agreement approved and executed by the County. The term “developer” includes any successors in interest to the qualified applicant and includes the plural in the case of a developer consisting of more than one party. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(4) “Director” means the Director of the Community Development Services Department of the County of Humboldt or his or her designee. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(5) “Pending application” means a proposal for a development agreement that has been submitted by a qualified applicant to the County and is under active negotiation with the County. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(6) “Property” means real property, unless otherwise specified. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(7) “Applicant” means qualified applicant as described in this Chapter. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(8) “Qualified applicant” means a person who has a legal or equitable interest in the real property which is the subject of the development agreement and who is applying to enter into a development agreement with the County. The term “qualified applicant” shall include the plural in the case of an applicant consisting of more than one party. The term “person” as used herein includes any legal entity. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)

(b) Words not defined herein shall have the same meaning as provided elsewhere in the County Code or in applicable state law. (Ord. 2399, § 1, 9/16/2008)