Whenever the property fronting on a sidewalk required to be maintained and repaired
pursuant to the provisions of this chapter lies within one city or unincorporated
territory of a county, and the sidewalk required to be so maintained and repaired
lies within another city or unincorporated territory of a county, the superintendent
of streets of the city or county having jurisdiction over the sidewalk shall have
full authority to serve notices to repair and do all work contemplated by Articles
2 and 3 of this chapter, notwithstanding the fact that the property fronting on the
sidewalk lies within another city or unincorporated territory of a county. The legislative body of the city or county within which the sidewalk has been repaired
pursuant to the provisions of this chapter shall have jurisdiction to levy an assessment
to pay the cost of any such sidewalk repairs against the parcel of property fronting
on said sidewalk, notwithstanding the fact that said property lies within another
city or unincorporated territory of a county and said assessment shall be a lien on
said property for the amount thereof until the assessment and all interest thereon
is paid or until it is discharged of record.
The provisions of Sections 5628 and 5629 of this code shall be applicable to the collection and enforcement of all liens levied
pursuant to the provisions of this section and the amount so collected shall be paid
to the treasurer of the city or county as the case may be which conducted the proceedings.
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