David Saks: November 2009

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Real Estate Practice : Lesson 413

                                                        #413

If the owner of a property believes that their property was unfairly or improperly zoned by their zoning commission the owner should apply for a conditional use permit.

Is this true or false ?

Take your time. The solution is posted below the wildlife photo.

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A. False

A conditional use permit  is a permit that would permit a special use of a property in a neighborhood where the type of use being applied for would normally be prohibited because of zoning ordinances.

If the owner believes the property was not zoned correctly the owner should petition for an amendment to a zoning ordinance known as a rezone which would change the types of uses allowed by the prevailing zoning ordinance.




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Comment balloon 0 commentsDavid Saks • November 16 2009 08:06PM
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