Cal. Gov. Code § 53325.1

Current through 2020 Notice Register, No. 44, October 30, 2020
Section 53325.1
(a) If the legislative body determines to establish the district, it shall adopt a resolution of formation establishing the district. The resolution of formation shall contain all of the information required to be included in the resolution of intention to establish the district specified in Section 53321. If a special tax is proposed to be levied in the district to pay for any facilities or services and the special tax has not been eliminated by majority protest pursuant to Section 53324, the resolution shall:
(1) State that the proposed special tax to be levied within the district has not been precluded by majority protest pursuant to Section 53324.
(2) Identify any facilities or services proposed to be funded with the special tax.
(3) Set forth the name, address, and telephone number of the office, department, or bureau that will be responsible for preparing annually a current roll of special tax levy obligations by assessor's parcel number and that will be responsible for estimating future special tax levies pursuant to Section 53340.2.
(4) State that upon recordation of a notice of special tax lien pursuant to Section 3114.5 of the Streets and Highways Code, a continuing lien to secure each levy of the special tax shall attach to all nonexempt real property in the district and this lien shall continue in force and effect until the special tax obligation is prepaid and permanently satisfied and the lien canceled in accordance with law or until collection of the tax by the legislative body ceases.
(5) Set forth the county of recordation and the book and page in the Book of Maps of Assessments and Community Facilities Districts in the county recorder's office where the boundary map of the proposed community facilities district has been recorded pursuant to Sections 3111 and 3113 of the Streets and Highways Code.
(b) In the resolution of formation adopted pursuant to subdivision (a), the legislative body shall determine whether all proceedings were valid and in conformity with the requirements of this chapter. If the legislative body determines that all proceedings were valid and in conformity with the requirements of this chapter, it shall make a finding to that effect and that finding shall be final and conclusive.

Ca. Gov. Code § 53325.1

Amended by Stats 2007 ch 670 (AB 373),s 72, eff. 1/1/2008.