General plan of a subdivision.
Are no longer effective when the title is transferred.
Apply only until the developer has conveyed the title.
Can be removed by a court of competent jurisdiction.
Apply to and bind all successive owners of the property.
Ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community.
Demonstrate the police power of the state.
Limit the amount and types of businesses in a given area.
Protect residential neighborhoods from commercial encroachment.
An illegal enterprise.
A noncomforming use.
A violation of the zoning laws.
A variance of the zoning laws.
Sizes and types of structures to be built.
Potential future uses of the proerties.
Future owners and occupants of the properties.
Exterior finish and decoration of the structures.
A method for overriding or substantiating deed restrictions
To provide municipal control over the volume of construction
To provide evidence of compliance with the municipal regulations
A method of regulating the area and size of buildings
Easements in gross for the installation of public utilities.
An agreement not to sell without the consent of the neighbors.
The minimum square-footage for any home to be built in the subdivision.
A reference to the use of community facilities by residents only.
May not construct another plant in the neighborhood without first applying for a zoning variance.
May not construct another plant in the neighborhood unless they secure a variance.
May construct another plant if it obtains the consent of the residents then living in the neighborhood.
May construct another plant without the residents' consent as long as the homeowners' association approves it.
Forfeit the title to the property.
Be sued and required to alter the structure to conform with the restrictions.
Be sued and required to pay damages to the other residents in the neighborhood.
Do so without any fear of reprisal by the residents in the area.
City planning requirements
A public use for which the property owner will be fairly compensated.
Established for the health, safety, and welfare of the government.
A local use that will benefit the resdents in the immediate area.
Established as a fee simple determinable estate for a particular use.
Is usually supported by all of the residents of a given area so that the "majority rules."
May be found by the courts to be a "taking" without the payment of just compensation to the property owner.
Generally is supported by special interest groups whose power might be greater than that of the courts.
May be found to be an "excessive use of police power" by the courts and thererfore ruled as unconstitutional.
The need for competent legal advice.
A deed restriction.
The need for a zoning appeal.
A zoning variance.
The height of buildings in an area.
The density of population.
The use of the property.
The price of the property.
Local zoning laws are enforced.
The planning commission controls developers.
Municipalities enforce building restrictions.
Grantors control the future use of the ownership.
It is a nonconforming use.
The building must be demolished.
It is a conditional use.
The owner must obtain a variance.
Deed to the air rights.
Nonconforming use license.
Ensure that certain kinds of uses are incorporated into developments.
Specify certain types of architecture for new buildings.
Control density and avoid overcrowding.
Set overall development goals for the community.
Generate revenue for the municipality.
Control the activities of building inspectors.
Ensure compliance with building codes.
An exception to a zoning ordinance
A court order prohibiting certain activities
A reversion of ownership
A nullification of an easement