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Section 5-2-1 International Residential Code 2012 Edition
That certain document, known as the International Residential Code, 2012 Edition, three copies of which are on file in the office of the Town Clerk of Paradise Valley, Arizona, is adopted as a part of this chapter as if fully set out in this section.
Section 5-8-1 When Required; Compliance with Tax Regulations and Other Town Code Provisions; Suspension or Revocation of Permit
A. Building permits for construction of residences in new subdivisions shall not be issued
until the installation of all utilities, streets and other offsite improvements have been
completed and accepted by the Town, except in those instances where the Council, in
its sole discretion, determines that preservation of scenic or natural resources will
benefit from the phasing of utilities, streets and other selected offsite improvements.
When such preservation is desired, the utilities, streets, and other offsite improvements
to be phased shall be properly noted on the final plat, along with the lots that are
designated for development in each such phase.
B. Compliance with Town Tax Code Provisions: No building permit shall be issued to
any person, firm, corporation, partnership, joint venture or any related party, firms,
corporations, partnerships, or joint ventures, however legally organized or constituted,
who has been determined by the Town Manager or his designee to owe the Town
Transaction Privilege Taxes pursuant to the provisions of the Town Tax Code.
1. Unless the applicant for a building permit has entered into a written agreement
relating to payment of the tax obligation and is at the time of the submittal of the
building permit application current in making all payments required under the
terms of such agreement.
2. A building permit issued to any person, firm, corporation, partnership, joint venture
or any related party firms, corporations, partnerships, or joint ventures, however
legally organized or constituted that is subject to a written agreement relating to the
payment of tax obligations as referenced above may be suspended or revoked by
the Town Manager or his designee upon the failure of the person, firm, corporation,
partnership, joint venture or any related party to make any payments pursuant to the