Remove something from anothers real property zoning

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remove something from another’s real property. Zoning Ordinances – pg 818 – local laws that are adopted by municipalities and local governments to regulate land use w/in their boundaries.
Variance an exception that permits a type of building or use in an area that would not otherwise be allowed by a zoning ordinance. Non-Conforming Uses uses for real estate and buildings that already exist in a zoned area that are permitted to continue even though they do not fit w/in a new zoning use established for the area. Chapter 49 Landlord – Tenant Law and Land Use Regulation pg 822 Landlord-Tenant Relationship a relationship that is created when the owner of a freehold estate transfers to another person the right to exclusively and temporarily possess the owner’s real property. Nonfreehold Estate an estate where the tenant has a right to possess the real property but does not own title to the property. Leasehold Estate (leasehold) a tenant’s interest in property. Landlord (lessor) an owner who transfers a leasehold. Tenant (lessee) the party to whom the leasehold is transferred. Lease a transfer of the right to the possession and use of real property for a set term in return for certain consideration; the rental agreement between a landlord and a tenant. Tenancy for Years a tenancy created when a landlord and a tenant agree on a specific duration for a lease. Periodic Tenancy a tenancy created when a lease specifies intervals at which payments are due but does not specify how long the lease is for. Tenancy at Will a tenancy that is created by a lease that may be terminated at any time by either party. Tenancy at Sufferance – pg 824 - a tenancy created when a tenant retains possession of property after the expiration of another tenancy or a life estate w/out the owner’s consent. Eviction Proceeding (unlawful detainer action) a legal process that a landlord must complete to evict a holdover tenant. Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment a covenant that says a landlord may not interfere w/the tenant’s quiet and peaceful possession, use, and enjoyment of the leased premises.
Constructive Eviction when a landlord causes the leases premises to become unfit for the tenant’s intended use and the tenant leaves the premises. Building Codes (housing codes) state and local statutes that impose specific standards on property owners to maintain and repair leased premises. Implied Warranty of Habitability – pg 827 – a warranty that provides that leased premises must be fit, safe, and suitable for ordinary residential use. Gross Lease a lease in which the tenant pays a gross sum to the landlord and the landlord is responsible for paying the property taxes and assessments on the property. Net Lease the tenant is responsible for paying rent and property taxes. Double Net Lease the tenant is responsible for paying rent, property taxes and utilities. Net, net, net lease (triple net lease) the tenant is responsible for paying rent, property taxes, utilities and insurance. Rent Control Ordinance local laws that stipulate the amount of rent a

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