(A) Option to pay assessment or appeal. Any person receiving a notice of violation of any of the provisions of this chapter for which payment of an assessment may be made to transportation and the parking operator shall have the option of paying such assessment within the time specified in the notice of violation at the office of the parking operator or filing an appeal for final disposition of the alleged violation in accordance with the appeals procedure as established by the parking operator.
(B) Payment of assessment. The payment of an assessment to the parking operator shall be deemed an acknowledgement of the violation of university rules and a breach of contract pursuant to any registration with the university, and the parking operator, upon accepting the prescribed assessment, shall issue a receipt to the violator acknowledging payment thereof
(C) Failure to pay assessments; revocation of privileges; collection of debt. If a person upon whom a notice of violation is served, or the owner of a vehicle upon which a notice of violation is placed, fails, within fifteen days after service of such notice, to pay the prescribed assessment or to request an appeal, as provided for in this chapter, or fails to pay the prescribed assessment as affirmed on appeal, the parking operator may initiate a procedure to enforce the regulations and obtain the assessment against any student, faculty member, staff member, employee or agent of the university or any visitor.
(D) Appeals. Any person upon whom or upon whose motor vehicle a notice of violation (citation) has been served may, within fifteen days of such service, elect to appeal such citation by filing an appeal. Parking violations shall be appealed to the parking operator. Appeals may be submitted in any manner acceptable to the parking operator. The appeal shall contain, among other things, the identification of the violation notice (citation) and any facts or circumstances relevant to the merits of the appeal. The parking operator shall judge the appeals in accordance with the concession agreement. Non-parking violations may be appealed in the manner prescribed by the university.