What are the differences between isolated and subdivided land?

Verified 15 December 2023 - Legal and Administrative Information Directorate (Prime Minister)

Isolated land

A piece of land is said isolated or non-subdivision when it does not come from a land division. It can be listed without being narrow-minded, or serviced.

Subdivision Land

A plot of land in a subdivision is derived from a land division by subdivision procedure.

Before the land is offered for sale, the developer must obtain a development permit or a decision of non-opposition of the city council to divide a plot into several lots to be built. Batches must be narrow minded.

The subdivision land subject to a development permit must be serviced.

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