Deed restriction


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Deed restriction

A statement included in the deed to a piece of land, placing limitations upon the use of the property.

deed restriction

A limitation on the use of land, which is set forth in a deed conveying the restriction.
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The McDougal Brothers also has placed a deed restriction on the contaminated wetlands prohibiting future owners from doing work there, Aitken said.
To aid preservation efforts, the college Board of Trustees approved a permanent deed restriction that includes development buffers to help maintain the ecological integrity of the area.
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Deed restriction information in the SRP data set includes worker cautions, institutional and physical barriers, and date recorded.
It's recorded as a form of deed restriction and is usually enforced in perpetuity (though a time limit can be specified).
The current tax break hinges on a deed restriction that lasts through to 2011.
For example," Burlingham explained, "if Amoco proposes to clean up a site in a way that will leave contaminated groundwater in place, in order to get a sign-off from the IEPA, the landowner will have to agree to a deed restriction that says that nobody can ever drink the groundwater.
Nine days later, the residents became aware of a Texas law stating that group homes could not be excluded based on a deed restriction for single-family homes.
And in almost all states, a perpetual deed restriction is considered invalid as a "restraint against alienation.
She entered the field as an Assistant Community Manager for a large high-end country club community, where she was responsible for collections, documenting and mailing all citations and violations, acting as liaison for Deed Restriction Enforcement and generally assisting the Community Association Manager in all activities required to manage a community.
Embedded in the exchange was a deed restriction that the property would once again be "for recreational use only.
Delli Priscoli calls for the house to be restored to its 19th-century appearance and includes a deed restriction that the four buildings on the grounds can never be demolished and the parcel can never be subdivided.