Lot Line Adjustment

A lot line adjustment, or boundary line adjustment, is the process used to change property lines of existing parcels. Re-arranging, combining, or modifying the parcels can be done with a lot line adjustment, so long as the total number of parcels is equal or fewer to the number before the lot line adjustment was performed, and no additional parcels are created. If you are looking to increase the number of parcels on a given piece of land, a subdivision is required.

While road improvements are not typically required for a lot line adjustment, in most cases the affected parcels must have recorded public or private access.

All of these items are highly regulated by State and Local Laws and CNA is well versed in these regulations.

Path between two adjacent properties.
Total station setup at property corner.