California Public Resources Code Chapter 5 - Termination of Agricultural Conservation Easements

  • Section 10270.
    Twenty-five or more years from the date of sale of the agricultural conservation easement, the landowner may make a request to the department that the...
  • Section 10271.
    (a) To terminate the agricultural conservation easement, the local government in which the subject land is located shall undertake an inquiry to determine the feasibility...
  • Section 10272.
    An agricultural conservation easement may be terminated only with the approval of the city council of the city in which the subject land is located,...
  • Section 10273.
    (a) For the department to approve the termination of the agricultural conservation easement, all of the following findings shall be made:(1) The termination is consistent...
  • Section 10274.
    The uneconomic character of existing agricultural use shall not by itself be sufficient reason for termination of the agricultural conservation easement, unless the director determines...
  • Section 10275.
    (a) The landowner s request for termination shall be accompanied by a proposal for a specified alternative use of the land. The proposal for the...
  • Section 10276.
    (a) If the termination of the agricultural conservation easement is approved pursuant to this division or pursuant to a judicial proceeding in a court of...
  • Section 10277.
    If the termination of the agricultural conservation easement is not approved, the landowner may reapply for termination not sooner than one year after the submittal...

Last modified: September 9, 2016