§ 41.22.

DUPLICATE LICENSE OR REGISTRATION TAG ISSUED

a.

If any license or registration tag is lost or stolen, damaged or illegible, the person owning, possessing, or having control of the dog or cat for which the tag was issued shall be entitled to receive a duplicate tag by presenting to the Tax Collector or the Department of Animal Care and Control the damaged tag, the original certificate showing ownership of the tag, or an affidavit sufficiently showing that the tag was lost or stolen. Upon payment by the owner of a replacement fee of $5, the Tax Collector or the Department of Animal Care and Control shall issue a properly numbered duplicate tag, and shall keep on file the original affidavit, if any, upon which the duplicate tag was issued.

b.

If any license or registration tag is not received due to the United States Mail within 30 days after payment of fees, the person owning, possessing, or having control of the dog or cat for which the tag was issued shall be entitled to receive a duplicate tag by presenting to the Tax Collector or the Department of Animal Care and Control an affidavit sufficiently showing that the tag was not received due to the United States Mail within 30 days. The Tax Collector or the Department of Animal Care and Control, without additional fee, shall issue a properly numbered tag, and shall keep on file all original affidavits upon which duplicate tags were issued.

History

(Added by Ord. 280-92, App. 8/31/92; amended by Ord. 2-02, File No. 010491, App. 1/18/2002; Ord. 153-02, File No. 021077, App. 7/12/2002; Ord. 164-10, File No. 100712, App. 7/7/2010)

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