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Subdivision Platting parts of lots

CityWoke

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Two parts of two lots were split to form one tax lot without an amended plat. To final plat the two parts as one, would you require that the rest of the original lots be included and thereby require the other owners to join the plat?
 

Salmissra

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The new plat could be a Replat of Lots whatever, Block whatever Of The Original Subdivision and therefore only require the lots that are affected and the owners thereof.

But all affected lots should be replatted.
 

Maister

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I read a 'minority report' attorney opinion years ago that differed, but the consensus view in my experiences is a replat of the entire property would be required.
 
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