Lot Split Plat
A lot split takes a lot and splits it into two or more “new” lots. A lot split is requested by someone who is wanting to split an existing lot or lots to create two or more new lots. Once the proposed Split or consolidation is approved by local officials, a survey crew can then go out to the property to set the new property corners. A “new” plat is created and recorded of the newly created lots. Splits are subject to planning and zoning approval.
A Boundary Adjustment Plat may be performed on a residential, commercial or industrial property. It is commonly used by someone who is moving or relocating a property line. If you are within a plated subdivision, a boundary adjustment plat is typically required by the municipality or county in which you reside.
What type of property can be split or consolidation?
A residential, commercial or industrial property may be split or consolidated to include properties that are a part of an existing recorded subdivision, or it can be of a tract of land. Splits are subject to planning and zoning approval.
Services received when ordering a Lot Split Plat
A boundary survey is performed on all properties that request to be split. The owner of a property will provide information and a new line that splits the lot is then created. After being approved by the municipality or county the Lot Split Plat can then be recorded. Revisions and requests of change may be made by the municipality or county. Each one should be consulted with prior to having a Lot Split Plat created. A Lot Split may take a few weeks to several months to complete.
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