UCLA Extension will offer a one day seminar, The Subdivision Map Act: Intro and 2010 Update on Friday March 12.  The class will be held at the Figueroa Courtyard in downtown Los Angeles.  

This seminar provides an in-depth review of the basic provisions of the Map Act and other planning laws that affect the subdivision process. Intended for planning officials, attorneys, engineers, land surveyors, public works officials, landowners, developers, and consultants. The program reviews the responsibilities and powers of both local governments and project applicants, and examines procedures, specific applications of the Act, and implementation issues. Specific topics include the map approval process, imposing conditions on map approvals, vesting tentative maps, required findings for approval and denial, certificates of compliance, and relevant new legislation and court cases.  Thomas Jacobson, Of Counsel, The Sohagi Law Group and Larry Wiener, Attorney, Richards Watson & Gershon will instruct the seminar. 

The seminar runs from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm and provides ample opportunity for participants to raise questions or interact with speakers. The early bird fee is $350 and includes materials.    Please reference registration number V4766 when enrolling online or over the phone.  

For a complete listing of our courses, more information, or to enroll, please call (310) 825-9971 or visit www.uclaextension.edu/publicpolicy