This registration is required by
Ordinances, City of Tampa, Florida ( Chapter 19, Article 1, Division 8 )
ORDINANCE REQUIREMENTS: By submitting this registration the registrant and
their client(s) and successors acknowledge the requirements set forth in the
In pertinent part:
Upon the filing of a Lis Pendens against a property, the mortgage holder
shall inspect the property monthly.
If the property is vacant at the time of inspection or becomes vacant
any time thereafter, then the mortgage holder shall register the property
within 15 calendar days of vacancy.
If the property is legally occupied at the time of inspection or becomes
legally occupied any time thereafter and evidence of occupancy is provided
to the City, the property will not need to be registered at that time.
However, if the property subsequently becomes vacant prior to the
transfer of the property, as noted below, registration again shall be
required within 15 calendar days of vacancy.
Any change of information contained in the initial registration must be
reported within 15 calendar days of the change.
Registration is no longer required if the property is transferred from
the mortgage holder to a third party in an arm's length transaction and proof of
the transfer is provided to the City.
There are no refunds
If and when the mortgage holder obtains legal title to the property
being registered and would wish the City to address trespass issues on this
download the Trespass Affidavit
and forward it to City of Tampa,
Department of Neighborhood Services, Division of Code Enforcement, PO Box
2200, Tampa, Florida, 33601-2200
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