Subdivision & Recorded Exemption Lawyers in Colorado
We Have 30 Years of Experience
A subdivision is a large area of land divided into lots, tracts, or parcels, for the purpose of selling or building on the development. A recorded exemption is the process for dividing lands into separate lots. If you are dealing with an issue related to subdivisions or recorded exemptions, we at Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. are here for you. We have 30 years of experience in handling all kinds of real estate matters. Regardless of where you live in Longmont, we have the extensive legal insight required to address your situation in an effective and strategic manner.
Subdivisions serve different purposes, including:
- Industrial development
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How to Create a New Subdivision
There are several steps a developer must comply with in order to create a new subdivision. For example, a developer must apply for zoning permits with the city or town where the land is located. Additionally, zoning laws must be reviewed in order to determine the limitations of development on that land. In addition, under Colorado state law, any property split of existing property lines requires approval from the controlling municipality.
Our Full-Service Law Firm Is Ready to Help. Contact Us Today.
As a full-service law firm, we are committed to adding value to our clients' existing business or real estate opportunity. At Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C., our real estate attorneys will work diligently to help you develop your subdivision. Our dedicated Longmont real estate attorneys will assist you in applying for zoning permits, investigating zoning laws, and meet the necessary requirements to help you develop your subdivision.
Please give us a call today to learn more about how we can assist you.