Looks like the plural version doesn't meet the criteria.
Back on topic, has anyone ever gotten bent over for not using "proposed"?
It really doesn't matter, it's "proposed" whether you label it as such or not. Your plat is only an accessory document until it becomes part of the title when acknowledged in a deed. I always thought planning jurisdictions requiring "proposed" was silly. Many of them now require "new", which makes more sense for a recorded subdivision plat with new public r/w and easements.
I've come to find the reason being this:
Proposed seems to suggest the journey of the plat's adoption through the approval phases of review.
However, we should look at the plat as it is meant to be viewed by others using it as a recorded document. The easement exists as shown and accepted on the plat.
As an example: Showing a proposed sight triangle easement to the county of XYZ is wrong. The deed for the easement is recorded before the plat is filed. The plat is labeled as, "Sight triangle easement per DB 12345, page 4321." This goes for anything at the county or state level. However, easements dedicated to the township are accepted as recorded when the plat is filed. (New Jersey)
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