Can I use SB9 to split my parcel?

SB 9 "urban lot-splits" are subject to the same restrictions set forth in the preceding FAQ. (See Government Code § 66411.7.) If a parcel has some of these restrictions, please meet with a planner to determine the applicability of SB 9. SB 9 requires that each resulting lot be at least 1,200 square feet. A parcel may only be subdivided using SB 9 one time (i.e., the 2 parcels resulting from the urban lot-split may not be further subdivided pursuant to SB 9).

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1. Can I use SB9 to split my parcel?
2. Can I rent out the units created by and SB9 project?
3. Does SB9 apply to homeowners' associations (HOAs)?
4. How does the Permit Streamlining ACT apply if these are ministerial actions?
5. Can I partially or completely demolish and existing dwelling for by SB9 project?
6. What are the qualifications for an Accessory Dwelling Unit?
7. What is needed for a Junior Accessory Development Unit?