(a)(1) Before entering into a written contract with a local government, the real property owner shall provide, or the local government shall obtain, a verified recordable copy of written consent and subordination agreement signed by the holder of each existing mortgage or other lien on the relevant real property stating that the mortgagee or other lienholder consents to the imposition of the assessment and that the priority of the mortgage or other lien is subordinated to the assessment lien in a form and substance acceptable to each mortgagee and other lienholder. The consent and subordination agreement must be in a form that may be recorded in the appropriate recording office in the county or counties where the real property is located, and the consent and subordination agreement with the owner’s assessment contract shall be recorded in that office.
(2) This subsection does not limit in any way the rights or authority of any mortgagee or other lienholder under any agreement or applicable law.
(b) At or before the time a purchaser executes a contract for the sale and purchase of any real property for which a non-ad valorem assessment has been levied under this article and has an unpaid balance due, the seller shall give the prospective purchaser a written disclosure statement in the following form, which shall be set forth in the contract or in a separate writing:
QUALIFYING IMPROVEMENTS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RESILIENCY TO STORM-RELATED EVENTS. This real property being purchased is located within the jurisdiction of a local government that has placed an assessment on the real property pursuant to Section 11-81-242. The assessment is for a qualifying improvement to the real property relating to energy efficiency and community resilience to storm-related events, such as high winds and flooding and is not based on the value of the real property. You are encouraged to contact the county property appraiser's office to learn more about this and other assessments that may be provided by law.