A Lot Tie Affidavit is an alliance and an agreement to keep the property as a package. This is necessary when a building is on more than one piece of land. A los Tie Affidavit is easy to complete. However, the end of a tie lot can be more complex. Suppose you want to sell one of your connected tickets. You may need to demolish an existing building if it is built on two adjacent parcels before you can separate the parcels to sell one. As always, I suggest that clients consult a land use lawyer before they sign alliances, so that you fully understand the restrictions that the Bund will put on your property. For example, I recently worked at a private school in Los Angeles to allow shadow structures. The owner had to complete a Tie Affidavit Lot to engage six packages during the authorization process. The tie ensures that the owner does not sell a piece of land in which part of a building spans two parcels or when linked lots allow the necessary land area and thus allow a new construction.