Flashcards in Chapter 18 - Subdivision and Development Deck (18):
Process of combining two or more lots into one larger parcel.
The grouping of homesites within a subdivision on smaller lots than normal within the remaining land used for common areas.
UCC requires permits to be issued by each county or municipality before construction, alteration, demolition, or change in use of a building can be undertaken. application must contain such information as location of property, construction plans, estimated cost of the work, and names and addresses of owners and designated contractors.
The voluntary transfer of private property by its owner to the public for some public use such as for streets or schools.
Ordinances that restrict the average maximum number of houses per square acre that may be built in a particular subdivision. this average is called gross density.
Environmental impact studies
Engineer's report often required before a building permit is issued.
Highlands Water Protection Act
Protects the state's water supply, developments involving one acre or more paving over or covering of one-acre or more are are regulated in the highlands area by the DEP under this act.
a hault to development, often temporary.
Investigation of soil absorption and drainage.
Pinelands Protection Act
In the southern part of the state, regulates development, setting guidelines for land use by local governments.
Planned unit development (PUD)
A planned combination of diverse land uses such as housing, recreation, and shopping, in one contained development or subdivision.
Municipal body overseeing the orderly development of real estate.
A map of a town, section,or subdivision indicating the location and boundaries or individual properties.
Increase in value resulting from combining two or more lots into one larger parcel - see assemblage.
The division of a parcel of land into two or more parcels; a tract of land divided by the owner; known as a subdivider, into blocks, builiding lots, and streets according to a recorded subdivision plat that must comply with local ordinances and regulations.
Uniform Construction Code
New Jersey's standards for building.
Warranty and Builders Registration Act
All builders must register a warranty against new homes against defects for varying periods up to ten years. defects are for one, two or ten years. Applies to all owner-occupied one-two family dwellings, cooperative, condo's and modular built factory-built dwellings. Does not apply to remodeled houses or mobile homes. The remaining years can be transferred to the next owners if the building is being sold.