Seminar: Subdivision Map Act in California

This one-day seminar provides guidelines for effective use of the Subdivision Map Act. The instructors will discuss the responsibilities and powers of local agencies under the Act, as well as particular issues regarding when the Act applies.

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Bakersfield – September 13, 2018

Latest Land Use Law Articles

Sierra Club v. Napa: Sequential Lot Line Adjustments are Consistent with the Subdivision
Map Act and are Exempt from CEQA

Mike Durkee Authors Article Regarding Time Periods As Applicable To Vested Rights Available Under the Subdivision Map Act

Master Subdivision Improvement Agreement For The Waterstone (Bordoni Ranch) Subdivision

Land Subdivision Improvement Agreement For Phase ___Of the Waterstone (Bordoni Ranch) Subdivision

Subdivision Improvement Agreement For Phase 1B/I of the Waterstone (Bordoni Ranch) Subdivision

Receiving a parcel as a gift and then subdivide that parcel into four new parcels using a parcel map

Are the parcels shown on maps recorded before 1929 legal? Understand recognition of lots created by subdivision maps recorded between 1893 and 1928.

The Applicable Rules Whether a Parcel Map or a Tentative/Final Map is Required

Better A Distressed Property Than A Distressed Client: An Overview of Land Use Due Diligence

Protect Your Development Approvals During Market Cycles

Subdivision Map Act’s procedural requirements for filing a lawsuit

New developments in: Land Use Law, Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law

Are Solar Thermal Facilities Compatible with the Williamson Act?

What is the law concerning the approval of Tentative and Final Maps when property mapped is annexed into an existing city or is part of a new city?

Does a Certificate of Compliance on a parcel extinguish the underlying historic parcels?

Lot Line Adjustments

Suggested conditions of approval for maximizing and protecting your subdivision map

Are the local ordinances of cities and counties required to characterize the approval of an LLA as a “discretionary” approval?

In California, land use is increasingly tied to climate change policy

The Bay Area Air District’s New CEQA Thresholds of Significance for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Answer Certain Questions, Raise Others

A Modern Perspective on the Williamson Act: Conservation, Confusion, and Controversy

Are Solar Farms Compatible with the Williamson Act?