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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There also were varying opinions on the significance of the public square's deed restriction.
When the town first put the property out to bid, it had approval from the state Legislature to demolish the house, contingent upon the Historical Commission releasing its deed restriction.
By deed restriction, this portion of the property cannot be further subdivided.
In response to a story about a deed restriction on use of Kesey Square:
Eugene city councilors offered varying opinions Monday on how much a Broadway Plaza deed restriction will weigh on their discussions and decision about what to do with the public square.
Another article requests changing the deed restriction on the vacant former National Guard Armory building at 31 Ray St.
Alterman, of Folawn Alterman & Richardson LLP, a Portland law firm, doubted that an urban renewal agency has authority to remove the deed restriction on property that is dedicated, or gifted.
After the cleanup, the city filed a cleanup closure report and deed restriction with the state that were signed and stamped by a licensed site professional environmental consultant hired by TRC Environmental.
The McDougal Brothers also has placed a deed restriction on the contaminated wetlands prohibiting future owners from doing work there, Aitken said.
Also, voters will be asked to rescind a vote to pay $26,000 for the town's match of a conservation deed restriction for Sawyer's Farm.
Embedded in the exchange was a deed restriction that the property would once again be "for recreational use only.
A deed restriction placed on the property in 1997 required that pavement be maintained to eliminate possible contact with oil-contaminated soil, the state said in a news release.