New Parcels from an approved Minor Subdivision or Certified Survey
My minor subdivision was approved, now what are my next steps?
This is a common question after a customer receives the e-mail or phone call that their minor subdivision was approved. The following steps could be taken, or the minor subdivision can just remain on file as approved.
A deed can be recorded, splitting the parcels as indicated on the survey from the approved minor subdivision. Typically this occurs when a party sells one of the newly described tracts or parcels. We suggest a title company or Real Estate Attorney be contacted to assist with this process
Tax roll record parcels can be established from the legal descriptions on the survey from the approved minor subdivision. This transaction does not get recorded & would be for tax roll record purposes only & assessed as new parcels for the following tax year. Fee owner and tax payer do not change.
If the minor subdivision involves a lot line exchange between different parties, deeds establishing the new lot lines would need to be recorded. Again we suggest contacting a title company or Real Estate Attorney to assist with this process.