2005 California Streets and Highways Code Sections 8740-8740.5 PART 10.5. ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURE FOR DIVISION OF LAND AND BONDSTREETS AND HIGHWAYS CODE
8740. The procedures of this part are alternative to Part 10 of this division, relating to division of land and bond. 8740.1. If any lot or parcel of land upon which there is an unpaid assessment represented by bonds issued under this division is subdivided, including a division into condominium interests as defined in Section 783 of the Civil Code, or the ownership of a portion of such lot or parcel of land is transferred to another person, the owner of any interest in any of the lots or parcels into which the original lot or parcel has been divided shall file an application in writing with the street superintendent. The application shall indicate how the original lot or parcel has been divided or transferred, request the street superintendent to apportion the amount remaining unpaid on the assessment in accordance with the division, and be accompanied by a fee in an amount to be fixed by the legislative body for each separate part or parcel of land into which the original lot or parcel has been divided or transferred. The street superintendent shall deposit all such fees in the treasury. 8740.2. Upon receipt of the application and fee the street superintendent shall apportion to each separate part of the original lot or parcel of land the proportionate part of the amount remaining unpaid on the assessment that would have been levied thereon had the lot or parcel of land been so divided at the time the original assessment was made. 8740.3. (a) When the apportionment has been made, an application signed by all persons owning an interest in the original lot or parcel of land may be filed with the street superintendent requesting that the assessment as apportioned be recorded. (b) The street superintendent shall send to the underwriter or other original purchaser of any bonds which may be outstanding a notice, by certified or registered mail, that an apportionment of an assessment has been made and the numbers and amounts thereof and that, unless a request for a hearing is received within 14 days from the date of mailing of the notice, the apportioned assessments shall be recorded. If a request for a hearing is received, a report shall be filed and hearing shall be scheduled, noticed, and held in accordance with Part 10 (commencing with Section 8730). 8740.4. When the street superintendent has ascertained that the application is signed by all the necessary persons, and that no request for a hearing has been received, he shall thereupon amend the recorded diagram and assessment to conform to such division and apportionment and assign new assessment numbers to each separate part of the original lot or parcel of land. 8740.5. The street superintendent shall file the amended assessment with the auditor, who shall annually thereafter enter upon the assessment roll the installments becoming due on each component part of the original parcel opposite a description of the respective parcels so assessed. When a city is conducting the proceedings and collections upon the assessments are made by county officials, the street superintendent shall transmit a copy of the amended assessment to the county auditor.
Disclaimer: These codes may not be the most recent version. California may have more current or accurate information. We make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this site or the information linked to on the state site. Please check official sources.