§ 87.04.020  Certificates of Compliance.
   (a)   General Provisions.
      (1)   The County shall process and approve or disapprove applications for Certificates of Compliance as provided by Map Act §§ 66499.34 and 66499.35, and as outlined by this Section.
      (2)   Filing Criteria.
         (A)   A recorded Certificate of Compliance may be requested by any person owning real property to have the Director determine whether the property complies with the provisions of this Development Code.
         (B)   A Certificate of Compliance may be required by the Department with the recordation of a Notice of Merger.
         (C)   A recorded Certificate of Compliance shall be required of all Lot Line Adjustments.
         (D)   When contiguous deeds or surveys have ambiguities in which the property boundary can not be ascertained as determined by the County Surveyor and an agreement is reached to establish the line by all parties, a Boundary Line Agreement and a Certificate of Compliance shall be recorded.
         (E)   When determined by the County Surveyor, a Certificate of Compliance may be required for the remainder parcels on Parcel or Final Maps.
   (b)   Application.  An application for the approval of a Certificate of Compliance or Conditional Certificate of Compliance shall be filed with the Director and include the information required by the Director, together with the processing fee specified by the County Fee Ordinance.
   (c)   Review by Director.  The Director shall review the completed application using the Staff Review without Notice procedures in the light of public records and applicable law. If the Director is able to determine from this review that the parcel is clearly in compliance with the provisions of this Division and the Map Act, a Certificate of Compliance shall be issued for the parcel and delivered to the County Recorder for recordation. If the Director is unable to determine from this review that the parcel is clearly in compliance, the procedures identified in Map Act § 66499.35 shall apply.
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007)