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32-2184. Change of subdivision plan after approval by commissioner; notice
A. It is unlawful for any subdivider, after submitting to the commissioner the plan under which a subdivision is to be offered for sale or lease, and securing his approval, to change the plan materially or to continue to offer lots or parcels within the subdivision for sale or lease after a change has occurred that materially affects the plan without first notifying the commissioner in writing of the intended change. Material changes covered by this section shall be prescribed in the rules of the commissioner. Upon receipt of any notice of a material change, the commissioner may require the amendment of the public report and, if he determines such action to be necessary for the protection of purchasers, suspend his approval of sale or lease pending amendment of the public report in accordance with section 32-2157.
B. If there has been a material change to the plan under which a subdivision is offered for sale or lease and an amendment to the public report is required, a purchaser or lessee who has executed a real estate sales contract or lease before the occurrence of the material change but has not yet completed performance under the real estate sales contract or has not taken possession under the lease may cancel the real estate sales contract or lease within ten days after receiving written notice from the subdivider of the material change if the material change adversely impacts the purchaser or lessee and was caused by the subdivider or an entity controlled by the subdivider or if the subdivider had actual knowledge of the material change at the time the real estate sales contract or lease was executed by the purchaser or lessee. Notwithstanding that the subdivider was not aware of the material change and did not cause the change to come about, the purchaser or lessee may cancel the sales contract or lease as provided by this subsection if the material change would involve an occupant's health, safety or ability to make designated use of the lot. This subsection does not create any cause of action, for rescission or otherwise, in favor of a purchaser who has not been impacted adversely by the material change.
C. A filing fee of one-half of the amount that was charged for the initial public report pursuant to section 32-2182, but no less than two hundred fifty dollars, shall accompany an application for an amended public report. If inspection of a subdivision site is necessary, the department shall assess an inspection fee pursuant to section 32-2182, subsection A.