Parcels are composed of Parcel Segments. These are created when the Parcel was defined. They however can be estranged for various reasons, including half of the parcel was erased.
We always (at least I hope always) work from the larger parcel inward to a smaller division. I have gone so far as to create a huge overall parcel in the background to help me when I knew the developer would add some land to the design later. I have a few of those that would guarantee that nothing will change later. It always changes.
Say for example you have a small Parcel isolated within a big Parcel. Erase one of the sides to the smaller Parcel, and the contents bleed out to the larger one. No problem. However the remaining sides (Parcel Segments) of the isolated parcel are still there.
The important thing to remember is that these belong to a Site. If you check the Segments, they are tagged accordingly.
I was cleaning up my design, and needed 2 things:
- to get rid of empty sites
- to remove land from the design and send it to the plat to the East.
This Site was empty, so I erased it. Subsequently I erased the Parcel Segment I planned to work with. Undo!!
The solution was to move the segment to the appropriate site.
Use the context sensitive Ribbon Panel. I do love the Ribbon.
Once moved the Parcel automatically joins in with the others, and we change the style to match the adjacent plat.
This could not have gone better. One of the keys to making Civil 3D fun is effective organization of your Sites and styles. Amazingly cool.