Zoning & Land Use

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Maslon's real estate attorneys frequently advise and represent clients in the array of title, zoning and land use matters that can impact real property, including subdivisions, planned developments, common interest communities, zoning issues, conditional use permits, greenacres, agricultural preserves, conservation easements, wetlands, historical preservation and tax increment financing (TIF). Whether representing a developer or landowner seeking entitlements, or advocating for clients in front of governmental entities such as planning commissions or city councils, Maslon attorneys are able to provide clients with wise counsel and staunch advocacy in land use matters. We are also experienced in working with clients to resolve title and survey related matters. Maslon attorneys routinely assist clients with:

  • Comprehensive Plans & Zoning Matters
  • Conditional Use Permits & Variances
  • Development Agreements
  • Easements and Covenants
  • Greenacres / Agricultural Conservation Programs
  • Subdivisions
  • Torrens Land Registration
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