3 edition of law of subdivision control in Ontario found in the catalog.
law of subdivision control in Ontario
Sidney H. Troister
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Subdivision control in Ontario.|
|Statement||by Sidney H. Troister, assisted by Kathleen A. Waters.|
|LC Classifications||KEO921 .T76 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 367 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||88209388|
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The Planning Act is the law that allows the City to pass a site plan control by-law. The site plan control by-law is a legal document that sets out whether development can proceed with or without site plan approval. The site plan control process allows the City to influence land development so that it is safe, functional and orderly. Part Lot Control Exemption is another form of land division in addition to Plans of Subdivision and Consents. Section 50 of the Planning Act allows a municipality to pass a by-law that excludes lands within a Registered Plan of Subdivision from the Planning Act 's Part Lot Control regulations. This allows a land owner to divide parts of land for sale, conveyance, lease or mortgage.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. After a plan of subdivision is registered, the City uses “Part Lot Control” to regulate further division of lots or blocks within that subdivision. The City must approve the transfer or sale of part of a lot within in a registered plan of subdivision.
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The law of subdivision control in Ontario: A practical guide to section 49 of the Planning ActAuthor: Sidney H Troister. Details and specs: Every real estate lawyer knows that section 50 of the Planning Act affects all real estate transactions in Ontario.
This is the only resource to help guide you through the intricacies. Written by leading expert Sidney Troister, this text has become known as THE Planning Act resource since its original publication in This indispensable and practical text helps you.
The Law of Subdivision Control in Ontario: A Practical Guide to Section 50 of the Planning Act Hardcover – Nov. 1 by Sidney H. Troister (Author) See all Author: Sidney H. Troister. plan of subdivision, and property is whole of remainder parcel (3)(b), (5)(a) Yes; exception applies only to specific transaction, does not have retroactive or future effect.
5 Subject to case law and comments at pages et al., “The Law of Subdivision Control in Ontario.” 6 Ontario Ltd. Acchione, CanLII (ONCA). Subdivision control in registered plans: deeming and part lot control, prepared by Operations Review Section, Plans Administration Division, Ontario Ministry of Housing., Toronto Public Library.
Zoning By-laws 4. Subdivisions 5. Land Severances 6. Ontario Municipal Board 7. Northern Ontario 8. Building Permits 9.
The Plan Review and Approval Process What is a subdivision. When you divide a piece of land into two or more parcels. and offer one or more for sale, you are subdividing property.
The subdivision and part lot control provisions of section 50 of the Planning Act are lengthy and complex. It can be difficult to sort out the parts that apply to a transaction, or the extent of the abutting lands search that is needed to confirm that no contravention occurred in the past.
The Purpose of Section 50 of the Planning ActSection 50 of the Planning Act aims to control the manner in which land can be divided and used. In view of this, transactions will fail if its provisions are not fully complied with.
Generally, the provincial government does not exercise direct control over development, and therefore the legislation is designed to allow development decisions to be. Understanding the Subdivision & Condominium Application Process Your Step-By-Step Guide for Approval Authorities Section 51 of the Planning Act Interpretation of this Document This document is intended for use as a navigational guide for subdivision and condominium approval authorities pursuant to section 51 of the Planning Act.
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SKU: Market price: $ save 5 % Ontario Family Law Practice, e. $ Subdivision Control in Canada Definition of Subdivision Control. Subdivision Control meaning or descrpition: government control over the division of land into smaller parcels (Source of this concept of Subdivision Control: ) This is an advance summary of a forthcoming entry in the Encyclopedia of Law.
The Law of Subdivision Control in Ontario, Third Edition: Sidney H. Troister: Books - d: Sidney H. Troister. All one needs to do is crack open the text book entitled “The Law of Subdivision Control in Ontario” by Sidney Troister and look at the table of contents to recognize that there must be something a bit hazy about section This text is a comprehensive.
Source law Year: All Public statutes as enacted. Sidney is the author of "The Law of Subdivision Control in Ontario", a text on Section 50 of the Planning Act and is generally considered by Ontario lawyers as the leading expert on subdivision control in the province.
Consents (Severances) & Part Lot Control Exemptions. In Ontario, the subdivision of land is governed by the Planning Act (Ont.). Under this legislation, lot creation is permitted through the approval of a plan of subdivision, the granting of a consent (commonly described as a “severance”) or, for lots within a plan of subdivision, through a by-law exemption.
Section 50 of the Planning Act grants the City the authority to pass a By-law to exempt lands within a Plan of Subdivision from the Part Lot Control provisions in the Act.
This process is used to lift Part Lot Control restrictions from lands within registered plans of subdivision to create parcels for sale. For Plans of Subdivision, Condominium Applications and Site Plan Control Approvals, under the authority of the General Manager (Director), the Delegated Authority Report, including the conditions of approval, is sent electronically to the Ward Councillor and applicant for concurrence before signing by the General Manager (Director) or their.
Subdivision By-law In the case of an application by an agent authorized to act on behalf of an owner, the Approving Officer may, before dealing with the application, require as to the validity of the confirmation authorization.
Where the purpose of an application to subdivide is to accommodate existing buildings or uses through adjustment of parcel boundaries, or where existing. The subdivision and part lot control provisions of section 50 of the Planning Act are lengthy and complex. Sometimes it can be difficult to sort out the parts that apply to a present-day transaction, or the extent of the abutting lands search that is needed to confirm that no contravention occurred in the past.PROVINCIAL SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS Made under Section of the M unicipal Government Act Chapter 18 of the Statutes of Nova Scotia, Se rvice Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations April 1, (with amendment s effective December 4, ) Subdivision approval is given pursuant t o the municipal subdivis ion by-law and not these Provincial.The part-lot control provisions of the Planning Act allow a municipality to pass by-laws to remove part-lot control from all or any part of a registered plan of subdivision.
Such a by-law has the effect of allowing the conveyance of a portion of a lot without requiring the approval of the land division committee.