Zoning laws usually consist of a zoning ordinance, specifying the regulations applicable to each zone, and a zoning map, indicating the zone characteristics of each parcel of land within the community. Zones may be regulated as to use, height, and land coverage. Within each district or zone, the applicable restrictions should be uniform. The following are the most common types of zones encountered in land use regulation:
If you have questions or a potential legal matter involving zoning, the advice of an experienced real property attorney can be extremely helpful. A real property attorney can help you determine the strength of your potential case and will be able to explain some of the complex legal ideas behind this particular area of law.
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