Public and Private Controls

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Public and Private Controls FLOW CHART page 1054 I. Zoning A. What is it? i. Zoning- public control over land use B. Enabling Acts and Zone Ordinances i. Enabling- power to 1. regulate and limit height of buildings 2. establish and regulate building or setback lines on any street or parkway 3. regulate intensity of use of lot areas and area of open spaces within and around buildings 4. restrict and regulate the location of trades and industries and location of specifc buildings (industrial, business, e.t.c) 5. Divide entiere municipality into districts 6. Fix standards to which buildings must conform ii. Zoning Ordinance- map and descriptive text defining uses permitted in districts iii. Variance- if it would cause “paritcualr hardship” unique to property so variance allows deviation iv. Non-conforming uses-zoning ordiance cannot terminate lawful use that existed before zoning ordinance enacted (rather permitted to cotinute) until 1. use is discontinued 2. non-conforming structure is destroyed or damaged 3.
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  • Fall '07
  • Restrictive covenants, C. restrictive covenants, A. Restrictive Covenants, Restrictive Covenants- owners, Restrictive Covenants i.

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