Chapter 17.50


17.50.010    Procedure for merger and resubdivision.

17.50.010 Procedure for merger and resubdivision.

Subdivided lands may be merged and resubdivided without reverting to acreage by complying with all the applicable requirements for the subdivision of land as provided by this title and the Map Act. The filing of the final map or parcel map shall constitute legal merging of the separate parcels into one parcel and the resubdivision of such parcel, and the real property shall thereafter be shown with the new lot or parcel boundaries on the assessment roll. Any unused fees or deposits previously made pursuant to this title pertaining to the property shall be credited pro-rata toward any requirements for the same purposes which were applicable at the time of resubdivision. Any streets or easements to be left in effect after the resubdivision shall be adequately delineated on the map. After approval of the merger and resubdivision by the city council or advisory agency, the map shall be delivered to the county recorder. The filing of the map shall constitute legal merger and resubdivision of the land affected thereby, and shall also constitute abandonment of all streets and easements not shown on the map. (Ord. 1231 § 17, 2-21-78. 1990 Code § 8-11000.)