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After a final or parcel map is filed in the office of the County Recorder, it may be amended by a certificate of correction or an amending map:

A. To correct an error in any course or distance shown thereon.

B. To show any course or distance that was omitted therefrom.

C. To correct an error in the description of the real property shown on the map.

D. To indicate monuments set after the death, disability or retirement from practice of the engineer or surveyor charged with responsibilities for setting monuments.

E. To show the proper location of any monument which has been changed in location, or character, or originally was shown at the wrong location or incorrectly as to its character.

F. To correct any additional information filed or recorded pursuant to Cal. Gov’t. Code § 66434.2, if the correction does not impose any additional burden on the present fee owner of the property and does not affect any right, title or interest in the real property reflected on the recorded map.

G. To correct any other type of map error or omission as approved by the County Surveyor which does not affect any property right. Errors and omissions may include, but are not limited to, lot numbers, acreage, street names and identification of adjacent record maps. Error does not include changes in courses or distances from which an error is not ascertainable from the data shown on the final or parcel map.

H. To make modifications when there are changes which make any or all of the conditions of the map no longer appropriate or necessary and that the modifications do not impose any additional burden on the present fee owner of the property, and if the modifications do not alter any right, title or interest in the real property reflected on the recorded map. The modification shall be set for public hearing by the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission shall confine the hearing to consideration of, and action on, the proposed modification. No modification shall be approved unless the Commission makes the findings as set forth in Cal. Gov’t. Code § 66474. Any decision of the Commission may be appealed by an interested party pursuant to SCC 20.05.130. (Formerly 23.25.001)

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