If you find a location for your business, sign a lease and set up shop only to find out that your business is not authorized in that zoning area, it can be a huge hassle and detrimental to your business to try and relocate to another area. Fortunately, there are a few options you can try first before having to relocate:
If you are having problems with the impact of zoning ordinances on the location of your business and wish to go through the administrative appeals process and possibly even to court if need be, you may want to consult a real estate attorney. An experienced real property lawyer can help you understand the local ordinances affecting you, and let you know what your rights are and what actions will be most effective for solving your zoning problem.
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