Just as it sounds, this is the process of adjusting the boundary between two or more properties or lots and which cannot result in the creation of additional lots.
Each jurisdiction handles this process differently, therefore costs can vary substantially. We always recommend consulting with an attorney whenever there is a lender involved, or property is going to be conveyed to another party or entity. When in its simplest form, we can handle and direct you to the proper forms and formats. Again, it is important to remember that most cities and counties have applications and specific requirements which must be addressed before they can be accepted or officially recognized. Be prepared to spend some time and money addressing these bureaucratic conditions.
Boundary Line Agreement
Similar to an adjustment, but typically this involves properties under different ownership and often this is a reference to the quasi-legal process of averting a lawsuit or other civil disagreements.