Land use and zoning laws are in place to make sure public and private real estate both have their place in a neighborhood, city or society. Zoning is a common form of land-use regulation designed to control property development. It signals out areas where housing or businesses can be built, dividing a city into sections such as commercial areas, industrial zones and residential neighborhoods.
We all know the famous legal loophole, “It’s in the fine print.” The clauses, or conditions, of a typical real estate sales contract aren’t usually difficult to see. However, if you don’t consider how some of them may be interpreted, they may be used as legal loopholes once you’ve signed on the dotted line.
Whether you are an individual or a business, navigating the local zoning regulations for a new project or expansion can be challenging. Many details are involved and even the most sophisticated developer can overlook them.
Pedestrians are always at risk on the roads, and they're among those most likely to be killed if they are hit. For pedestrians to stay as safe as possible, it's the responsibility of drivers to pay attention and slow down when pedestrians are near.