Sec. 9-4.2512.  Lot splits.
   (a)   One main building per lot.  All buildings hereafter erected or structurally altered shall be located on the lot as set forth in this chapter, and in no case shall there be more than one main building and its accessory buildings on one lot except as expressly authorized in a particular zone and as set forth in this section.
   (b)   Individual parcels of land.  Every individual parcel of land which was of record on April 18, 1947, shall be deemed to be one lot, and not more than one main building shall be permitted on such parcel except as authorized and provided for the particular zone in which located or as required by the provisions of Section 9-4.2708 of Article 27 of this chapter.  Such parcel may not be divided into more than four (4) parcels unless and until a subdivision tract map is recorded with the County Recorder in the manner provided by law for subdivisions.  However, if such parcel contains an area of fourteen thousand (14,000) square feet or more, but not more than two (2) acres, an additional separate building may be erected for each seven thousand (7,000) square feet of area contained in such parcel if located in any R Zone; provided, however, all other regulations pertaining to such R Zone shall be complied with.
   (c)   Creation of nonconforming lots.  Every individual parcel of land which was of record on April 18, 1947, shall be deemed to be one lot. No such lot shall be divided into two (2) or more separate lots if such division will create any separate lot which is nonconforming because of less lot area, width, or yards than required for the zone in which the property is located.
(§ 8160.13, T.O.O.C., renumbered by § XIV, Ord. 173-NS, eff. November 5, 1970, and § 1, Ord. 219-NS,-eff. August 19, 1971, amended by § II, Ord. 353-NS, eff. March 22, 1973)