§ 50–2561. RPP voluntary exclusion.
*NOTE: This section was created by temporary legislation that will expire on August 5, 2021.*
(a) The Mayor may, when a condition of a zoning order, designate a property, including its future residents, as ineligible to obtain residential parking permits.
(b) Before entering into a purchase and sales agreement or lease, an owner of a property that has been designated as ineligible to obtain residential parking permits pursuant to subsection (a) of this section shall:
(1) Provide written notice of the designation to a buyer or residential tenant; and
(2) Require the buyer or residential tenant to acknowledge receipt of the notice required by paragraph (1) of this subsection in writing.
(c) Upon designating a property ineligible to obtain residential parking permits pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, the Mayor shall record with the recorder of deeds a restrictive covenant identifying any such property as ineligible for residential parking permits.
(d)(1) Failure of a property owner to provide written notice of a residential tenant's inability to obtain a residential parking permit associated with the property shall be grounds for the tenant to be released from obligations under the rental agreement.
(2) Failure of a property owner to provide written notice of a buyer's inability to obtain a residential parking permit associated with the property shall be considered a material breach of the purchase and sales agreement.
§ 50–2562. RPP exclusion. [Not Funded]
Applicability of D.C. Law 23-230: § 301 of D.C. Law 23-230 provided that the creation of this section by § 201 of D.C. Law 23-230 is subject to the inclusion of the law’s fiscal effect in an approved budget and financial plan. Therefore that amendment has not been implemented.