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The variance process needs to be followed as set out. The person that missed a stepped would just start the process over and there should be no issues.
What part was missed?
Your question may have been poorly worded and perhaps I misunderstood the question. http://grcity.us/design-and-development-services/Planning-Department/Documents/Variance%20Application.pdf
Unless you are saying the variance was already granted even though all requirements were not followed. If it was granted you have the variance.
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The statute you have cited appears to have been repealed: See this link. Is there another statute that you are referring to?
If there is a current statute that has been violated; then there is a way to nullify the decision of the planning commission and that is to file for a court order using what is known as a declaratory judgment action. You would ask the court to issue and order that planning commission's decision is null and void as of the date that it defaulted on one of the procedural steps that you have mentioned. Also, you can ask for an injunction to stop any activity the is on-going because of this invalid decision.
Here is the law;
Here is a sample DJ complaint.
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