No development permit shall be issued for any lot, tract or parcel of land divided in violation of this title or created as a result of a boundary line adjustment or lot combination unless the public official authorized to issue such permit finds that the public interest will not be adversely affected thereby. In determining whether or not the public interest will be adversely affected, the public official shall consider whether or not: the purposes of this title will be served; there has been substantial compliance with the requirements of this title; there will be adverse effects upon the public resulting from issuance of the development permit; there are any mitigating factors that may excuse compliance, and lawful conditions can be imposed that would mitigate the adverse effects to the public interest. This prohibition shall not apply to an innocent purchaser for value without actual notice. (Ord. 1190-21 § 2 (Exh. A), 2021; Ord. 1016-08 § 2).