How can the Williamson Act Agreement be terminated?

The agreement can be terminated by either the County or the landowner serving the other party with a Notice of Non-Renewal. The agreement will be terminated nine (9) calendar years after serving of this notice with that nine (9) year period beginning on the renewal date of the contract, which is January 1. The penalty clause in the agreement does not apply to a Notice of Non-Renewal.

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1. What is the purpose of the California Land Conservation Act (CLCA) or Williamson Act?
2. How does the Williamson Act work?
3. What is an Agricultural Preserve?
4. Who can qualify for Williamson Act?
5. Since the passage of Proposition 13, if landowners enter into an agreement, will their property taxes be reduced?
6. If there were to be a reduction, would it be for the current year's taxes?
7. What must landowners agree to do under the Williamson Act Agreement?
8. How long does the Williamson Act Agreement run?
9. How can the Williamson Act Agreement be terminated?
10. What other ways may the Williamson Act Agreement be cancelled?
11. Should landowners withhold any land?
12. Can I sell my land during the terms of the agreement?
13. How can I enter into a Williamson Act Agreement?