CNA has extensive experience with the preparation of subdivision maps in California. A subdivision map is a division of a tract of land into smaller parcels or lots. The number of lots or parcels of land is determined by local ordinances and state laws.
A subdivision is usually a two-step process which requires a tentative map and a final map.
The tentative map is for the purposes of showing the proposed improvement and lot configuration.
The final map is either a parcel map for four parcels or less and a tract map is for five lots or more which conform to city and county governmental conditions.
A lot line adjustment is the process that is used to change property lines of existing parcels. All of these items are highly regulated by State and Local Laws.