§ 152.010  INAPPLICABILITY.
   This chapter shall be inapplicable to:
   (A)   The financing or leasing of apartments, offices, stores or similar space within apartment buildings, industrial buildings, commercial buildings, mobile home parks, or trailer parks.
   (B)   Mineral, oil, or gas leases.
   (C)   Land dedicated for cemetery purposes under Cal. Health & Safety Code §§ 8550 et seq.
(Cal. Gov't Code, § 66412)
   (D)   A lot line adjustment between two or more existing adjacent parcels, where the land taken from one parcel is added to an adjacent parcel, and where a greater number of parcels than originally existed is not thereby created subject to the following limitations:
      (1)   An application for a lot line adjustment shall be submitted to the Community Development Department on the application form provided by the city.  A lot line adjustment application shall include the required maps and other information as identified on the application form provided by the city, together with any application processing fee as may be established by the City Council.
      (2)   The Community Development Director in conjunction with the City Engineer shall be responsible for reviewing a lot line adjustment application.  The Community Deveopment Director shall be responsible for acting on lot line adjustment applications.  Conditions may be imposed upon a lot line adjustment to ensure conformity with city zoning and building ordinances or to facilitate the relocation of existing utilities, infrastructure, or easements.  The decision of the Community Development Director may be appealed to the Planning Commission as provided for elsewhere in this code.
      (3)   The following finding shall be made at the time of approval of a lot line adjustment application:  “The proposed lot line adjustment, as approved by the city, is in conformance with the city zoning code and building ordinances and the Subdivision Map Act.”
      (4)   The Community Development Director may establish administrative procedures for the review and processing of lot line adjustment applications as necessary to implement the requirements of this chapter.
      (5)   The lot line adjustment shall be reflected in a deed or record of survey which shall be recorded.  No parcel map shall be required but may be filed at the owner's discretion.
(`67 Code, § 11-1-9)  (Am. Ord. 99-01, passed 2-8-99)
   (E)   Boundary line or exchange agreements to which the State Lands Commission or a local agency holding a trust grant of tide and submerged lands is a party.
   (F)   Any separate assessment under Cal. Rev. & Tax. Code § 2188.7.
   (G)   Unless a parcel or final map was approved by the legislative body of a local agency, the conversion of a community apartment project, as defined in Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 11004, to a condominium, as defined in Cal. Civil Code § 783, but only if all of the following requirements are met:
      (1)   At least 75% of the units in the project were occupied by record owners of the project on March 31, 1982;
      (2)   A final or parcel map of the project was properly recorded, if the property was subdivided, as defined in Section 66424, after January 1, 1964, with all of the conditions of that map remaining in effect after the conversion;
      (3)   The local agency certifies that the above requirements were satisfied if the local agency, by ordinance, provides for that certification.
   (H)   Unless a parcel or final map was approved by the legislative body of a local agency, the conversion of a stock cooperative, as defined in Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 11003.2, to a condominium, as defined in Cal. Civ. Code § 783, but only if all of the following requirements are met:
      (1)   At least 51% of the units in the cooperative were occupied by stockholders of the cooperative on January 1, 1981, or individually owned by stockholders of the cooperative on January 1, 1981.  As used in this division, a cooperative unit is INDIVIDUALLY OWNED if and only if the stockholder of that unit owns or partially owns an interest in no more than one unit in the cooperative;
      (2)   No more than 25% of the shares of the cooperative were owned by any one person, as defined in Cal. Gov't Code § 17, including an incorporator or director of the cooperative, on January 1, 1981;
      (3)   A person renting a unit in a cooperative shall be entitled at the time of conversion to all tenant rights in state or local law, including but not limited to rights respecting first refusal, notice, and displacement and relocation benefits;
      (4)   The local agency certifies that the above requirements were satisfied if the local agency, by ordinance, provides for that certification;
   (I)   The leasing of or the granting of an easement to a parcel of land, or any portion or portions thereof, in conjunction with the financing, erection, and sale or lease of a windpowered electrical generation device on the land, if the project is subject to discretionary action by the advisory agency or legislative body.
   (J)   The leasing or licensing of a portion of a parcel, or the granting of an easement, use permit, or similar right on a portion of a parcel, to a telephone corporation as defined in Cal. Pub. Util. Code § 234, exclusively for the placement and operation of cellular radio transmission facilities, including but not limited to antennae support structures, microwave dishes, structures to house cellular communi-cations transmission equipment, power sources, and other equipment incidental to the transmission of cellular communications, if the project is subject to discretionary action by the advisory agency or legislative body.
   (K)   Leases of agricultural land for agricultural purposes.  As used in this division, AGRI-CULTURAL PURPOSES means the cultivation of food or fiber or the grazing or pasturing of livestock.
(Cal. Gov't Code § 66412)
   (L)   (1)   The financing or leasing of any parcel of land, or any portion thereof, in conjunction with the construction of commercial or industrial buildings on a single parcel, unless the project is not subject to review under other local agency ordinances regulating design and improvement.
      (2)   The financing or leasing of existing separate commercial or industrial buildings on a single parcel.
(Cal. Gov't Code § 66412.1)
    (M)   The construction, financing, or leasing of dwelling units pursuant to Cal. Gov't Code § 65852.1 or second units pursuant to Cal. Gov't Code § 65852.2, but this division shall be applicable to the sale or transfer, but not leasing, of those units.
(Cal. Gov't Code § 66412.2)