Per Chapter 9.40 of the Glendora Municipal Code any beneficiary or trustee who holds a deed of trust on a residential property located within the city of Glendora shall perform an inspection of the property that is the security for the deed of trust upon default by the trustor and prior to recording a notice of default with the Los Angeles County recorder’s office.
If the property is found to be vacant or shows evidence of vacancy, it is, by Chapter 9.40, deemed abandoned and the beneficiary or trustee shall, within ten days of the inspection, register the property with the city on the below provided form. This form should be printed out, filled out and returned to the Community Preservation Bureau with payment of $200.00.
The beneficiary or trustee shall continue inspections of the property on a weekly basis until title to the property is sold at a trustees sale or until the property is no longer vacant. If the residential property is occupied but remains in default, the property shall be inspected by the beneficiary or trustee or his designee on a monthly basis to determine if the property is legally occupied or vacant. The findings of the monthly inspection shall be reported to the city on forms provided by the city.