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First District Finds Moratorium-Related Tolling of Tentative Map Limited to Total of Five Years by Subdivision Map Act
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Ailanto Properties, Inc. v. City of Half Moon Bay
On September 18, 2006, the First District Court of Appeal issued a decision in favor of defendant City of Half Moon Bay. The court held that the life of plaintiff, Ailanto Properties’ vesting tentative map was only extended by five years due to a sewer and water moratoria, and that plaintiff’s delivery of a nonconforming final map did not serve to further extend the life of the vesting tentative map.
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Statutes - State) California) California Coastal Act
Statutes - State) California) Subdivision Map Act
Topics) Land Use) Coastal Lands
Topics) Land Use) Tentative Maps
Topics) Land Use) Vested Rights Doctrine
Topics) Water Supply) Moratorium
California) Half Moon Bay
1st District Court of Appeal
Coastside Water District