462.36 CERTIFIED COPIES FILED WITH COUNTY RECORDER.
Subdivision 1. Required documents.
A certified copy of every ordinance, resolution, map,
or regulation adopted under the provisions of sections
filed with the county recorder of the county or counties in which the municipality adopting it is
located. A certified copy of every variance to abstract or registered property granted under section
shall be recorded with the county recorder or the registrar of titles of the county or
counties in which the municipality granting it is located; except that the requirement to record
a variance is satisfied if a certified copy of the resolution citing the existence of the variance is
recorded identifying the location where the variance documents are available for inspection.
Ordinances, resolutions, maps, regulations or variances recorded pursuant to this subdivision do
not constitute encumbrances on real property. The order issued by the governing body or board of
appeals and adjustments as the case may be, shall include the legal description of the property
involved. Failure to record an ordinance, resolution, map, regulation, variance, or order shall not
affect its validity or enforceability.
Subd. 2. Filing with contiguous planning authorities.
A copy of a comprehensive plan
adopted by a planning agency under the provisions of sections
shall be filed
with the governing body of each contiguous municipality and with the regional planning agency,
if any, established to serve the area in which the municipality is located.
Subd. 3. Plat approval; filing.
Copies of resolutions approving subdivision plats of land
within a municipality, but contiguous to another municipality shall be filed with the governing
body of the contiguous municipality. Copies of resolutions approving subdivision plats of land
outside a municipality but subject to its subdivision regulations shall be filed with the clerk of the
town in which the land is situated.
History: 1965 c 670 s 10; 1976 c 181 s 2; 1980 c 509 s 168; 1982 c 507 s 26; 1983 c 187 s
1; 1983 c 216 art 1 s 68; 1988 c 583 s 1; 2005 c 4 s 111