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What are the differences between an isolated and a residential lot?

Verified 13 April 2021 - Legal and Administrative Information Directorate (Prime Minister)

A lot is said isolated or off-site when it does not come from land division. It is also called diffuse land. It can be sold without being narrow, serviced.

A plot located in a subdivision is the result of a subdivision procedure. Before the land is offered for sale, the developer must obtain a development permit or a non-opposition decision by the city council to divide a plot into several building lots. The land in the subdivision must be narrow and serviced.