15.1.4. Definitions and applicability.
For the purposes of this Chapter all terms shall have the same definition as provided by §10-9a-103, Utah Code Annotated, 1953, as amended.
15.1.5. Jurisdiction and penalties.
(1) (a) An owner of any land located in a subdivision who transfers or sells any land in that subdivision before a plat of the subdivision has been approved and recorded violates this chapter for each lot or parcel transferred or sold.
(b) The description by metes and bounds in an instrument of transfer or other documents used in the process of selling or transferring does not exempt the transaction from being a violation of Subsection (1)(a) or from the penalties or remedies provided in this chapter.
(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the recording of an instrument of transfer or other document used in the process of selling or transferring real property that violates this part:
(i) does not affect the validity of the instrument or other document; and
(ii) does not affect whether the property that is the subject of the instrument or other document complies with applicable town ordinances on land use and development.
(2) (a) The town may bring an action against an owner to require the property to conform to the provisions of this chapter.
(b) An action under this Subsection (2) may include an injunction, abatement, merger of title, or any other appropriate action or proceeding to prevent, enjoin, or abate the violation.
(c) The town need only establish the violation to obtain the injunction. (Ref UCA §10-9a-611)
15.1.6. Creation of substandard lots prohibited.
No lot shall be created that does not conform to the requirements of this code and the zoning district in which it is located.
15.1.7. Protection of land in an agriculture protection area.
For any subdivision located in whole or in part within 300 feet of the boundary of an agriculture protection area, the owner of the subdivision shall provide notice on any plat filed with the county recorder the following notice:
Agriculture Protection Area
This property is located in the vicinity of an established agriculture protection area in which normal agricultural uses and activities have been afforded the highest priority use status. It can be anticipated that such agricultural uses and activities may now or in the future be conducted on property included in the agriculture protection area. The use and enjoyment of this property is expressly conditioned on acceptance of any annoyance or inconvenience which may result from such normal agricultural uses and activities. (Ref UCA §17-41-403)
15.1.8. Notice of shooting range area.
For any new subdivision development located in whole or in part within 1,000 feet of the boundary of any shooting range that was established, constructed or operated prior to the development of the subdivision, the owner of the development shall provide on any plat filed with the county recorder the following notice:
Shooting Range Area
This property is located in the vicinity of an established shooting range. It can be anticipated that customary uses and activities at this shooting range will be conducted now and in the future. The use and enjoyment of this property is expressly conditioned on acceptance of any annoyance or inconvenience which may result from these uses and activities. (Reference UCA §47-3-3)