§ 154.06  STANDARDS FOR APPROVAL OF DIVISIONS OR PROPERTY TRANSFERS.
   An application to divide a lot, parcel or tract of land, or to effect a property transfer shall be granted when all of the following standards are met.
   (A)   The proposed division or property transfer shall comply with all requirements of the Land Division Act of 1967, being Public Act 288 of 1967, as amended, being M.C.L.A. §§ 560.101 through 560.293.
   (B)   The lots, parcels or tracts of land that will result from the division or property transfer shall comply with all requirements of Chapter 153 of this code of ordinances, as amended, including, but not limited to, the requirements relating to area and width for the newly created lots, parcels or tracts of land, the requirements relating to lake and/or street frontages, and the requirements relating to setbacks if the newly created lots, parcels or tracts of land have buildings or structures on them.
   (C)   Each lot, parcel or tract of land that will result from the division or property transfer shall have an adequate and accurate legal description.
   (D)   Each new lot, parcel or tract of land that will result from the division shall have a depth of not more than four times its width as measured under the requirements of Chapter 153 of this code of ordinances. This standard shall not apply to a property transfer.
   (E)   If a lot, parcel or tract of land that will result from the division or property transfer will be a development site, then each such resulting lot, parcel or tract of land shall have adequate easements for public utilities from each such resulting lot, parcel or tract of land to existing public utility facilities.
   (F)   Each lot, parcel or tract of land that will result from the division or property transfer shall be accessible.
   (G)   The owner of the parcel or tract of land shall possess the right to divide the parcel or tract of land. This standard shall not apply to a property transfer.
   (H)   The property lines of the lots, parcels or tracts of land that will result from the division or property transfer shall be consistent and in harmony with the property lines of the lot, parcel or tract of land to be divided, or the lots or parcels involved in a property transfer, and/or the property lines of adjacent lots, parcels or tracts of land.
(Prior Code, § 5.306)  (Ord. 680, passed 11-18-2002)