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Upon the passage of forty-five (45)calendar days after service of the Notice of Nuisance Abatement Assessment Lien, the Code Enforcement Unit shall cause said Notice of Nuisance Abatement Assessment Lien to be recorded in the Humboldt County Clerk-Recorder’s Office. (Ord. 2457, §1, 8/23/2011; Ord. 2576, § 4, 6/27/2017)
Upon recordation of the Notice of Nuisance Abatement Assessment Lien, which shall be no sooner than forty-five (45) calendar days after the service of such notice, the Humboldt County Auditor-Controller shall enter each Nuisance Abatement Assessment upon the affected Property on the Humboldt County Secured Tax Roll. The Nuisance Abatement Assessment shall continue until it is paid, together with interest at the legal maximum rate computed from the Imposition date until payment is received. The Nuisance Abatement Assessment may be collected at the same time and in the same manner as ordinary property taxes are collected and shall be subject to the same penalties and the same procedure and sale in case of delinquency as provided for ordinary property taxes. All laws applicable to the levy, collection and enforcement of Humboldt County property taxes shall be applicable to the Nuisance Abatement Assessment. (Ord. 601, §19, 6/6/1967; Ord. 2576, § 4, 6/27/2017)
Once recorded, the Nuisance Abatement Assessment Lien shall also have the same force, effect and priority of a judgment lien governed by the provisions of California Code of Civil Procedure Sections 697.310 , et seq., and may be extended as provided in California Code of Civil Procedure Sections 683.110 , et seq. The Nuisance Abatement Assessment Lien shall have no force or effect until recorded by the Humboldt County Clerk-Recorder’s Office. (Ord. 2576, § 4, 6/27/2017)
Interest shall accrue on the principal amount of the Nuisance Abatement Assessment Lien remaining unsatisfied pursuant to the law applicable to civil money judgments. (Ord. 2576, § 4, 6/27/2017)
The Nuisance Abatement Assessment Lien may be foreclosed, and the Real Property subject to such lien sold, by the filing of a complaint for foreclosure in a court of competent jurisdiction and the issuance of a judgment to foreclose. (Ord. 2576, § 4, 6/27/2017)