Boundary Line Adjustment Survey


1. Generally, intended for adjustments or revisions of established, undisputed, existing boundary lines between parcels not previously subdivided, and where such adjustment does not result in the creation of an additional lot less than 35 acres.

2.   Standards and Limitations.

a. For the transfer of ownership from one owner to another, all parties must acknowledge their agreement to permanently adjust a boundary lines(s) by their signature on the final plat for the boundary line adjustment. All signatures must be notarized.

b. The surveyor shall certify that no new lots less than 35 acres are being created as a boundary 


Delta County Planning and Development

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