New Parcels from an approved Administrative Subdivision or Boundary Line Adjustment

My Administrative subdivision or Boundary Line Adjustment 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 Administrative Subdivision or Boundary Line Adjustment was approved. The following steps could be taken, or the Administrative Subdivision or Boundary Line Adjustment 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

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