Subdivision Map Act?

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The Subdivision Map Act is legislation that governs the subdivision of property in California. The act forbids selling, leasing or financing any property that is not subdivided according to certain conditions. It also gives a buyer a right to refuse a sale of land that is not properly subdivided.
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it "regulates and control the design and improvement of subdivisions. Any property divided into two or more parcels is subject to the Map Act. source - see related link below.
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The local agency in the county in which the property is located (so it is usually the county itself) Information re: Subdivision Map Act (California) http://ceres.ca.gov/planning/
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Once the map has been submitted to the County Surveyor's Office for checking, we become the clearing house for any conditions that may be set on your map. You can call (707) 565-1900
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