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    Lot line adjustment extensions and the Subdivision Map Act

    I'm presently processing my 7th lot line adjustment extension at the municipality I'm currently employeed. The City's zoing code does not include provisions which would otherwise cap the total number of extensions. Extensions are approved based upon circumstances where the findings of approval remain valid. No changes have occured whereby the City would deny the extension, however, does anyone know if the Subdivision Map Act includes limitations on these extensions. I've gone through the entire document and couldn't find anything that directly applied to a LLA. Any assistance on this matter will be greatly appreciated? Thank you in advance.

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    Just consulting my SMA book, but Lot Line Adjustments are exempt from the Map Act (if I have it right, see Govt. Code Section 66412(d)). Thus it would be my interpretation that if any limitations apply on the number of extensions, it would have to come from your municipal code (though sounds like it contains no such limitations).
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    Quote Originally posted by Tarf View post
    Just consulting my SMA book, but Lot Line Adjustments are exempt from the Map Act (if I have it right, see Govt. Code Section 66412(d)). Thus it would be my interpretation that if any limitations apply on the number of extensions, it would have to come from your municipal code (though sounds like it contains no such limitations).
    Agreed. The state has limitations for maps, but since an LLA is a ministerial act, your code will be the end of time limitations and statues of those limitations. Gosh..tarf and i sound lawyerish today
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