applicable standards and requirements of the Jackson County Road Commission for a dedicated public street.
Encroachment of one condominium unit upon another, as described in Section 40 of the Condominium Act, shall be prohibited by the condominium by-laws and recorded as part of the master deed.
Relocation of Boundaries
The relocation of boundaries, as described in Section 48 of the Condominium Act, shall conform to all setback requirements of this Ordinance for the district in which the project is located, shall be approved by the Zoning Administrator, and this requirement shall be made part of the by-laws and recorded as part of the master deed.
Subdivision of Condominium Units All individual condominium units shall conform to the requirements of this Ordinance for minimum lot width, lot area, and the building setback requirements shall be approved by the Zoning Administrator, and these requirements shall be made part of the by-laws and recorded as part of the master deed.
Condominium Subdivision Layout, Design and Approval
All condominium subdivision plans shall conform to the plan preparation requirements; review and approval procedures; design, layout and improvements standards of Section 5.19 (Site Plan Review and Approval) of the Liberty Township Zoning Ordinance. A deposit in the form of cash, certified check, or irrevocable bank letter of credit shall be made with Liberty Township if required by the Township Board to guarantee the installation and completion of any required public sanitary sewer, water supply, and drainage facilities, within a length of time agreed upon from the date of final approval of the condominium plan by the Planning Commission.
CONDOMINIUM SUBDIVISION APPROVAL - ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS The following regulations shall apply to all condominium projects within Liberty Township:
Concurrently with notice required to be given Liberty Township pursuant to Section 71 of Public Act 59 of 1978, as amended, a person, firm or corporation intending to