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KES Land use control
|Intend to ease transition from one use to another. Typically a strip of land.
|Ordinance that specifies construction standards for repairs and new construction
|Certificate of occupancy
|Issued after inspection having been found satisfactory, safe.
|A guide that tries to anticipate changing needs.
|Conditional use permit
|(Special use permit) allows special use of property such as house of worship, daycare centers.
|Covenants, conditions, and restrictions private rules established by developer
|Limitations to property use imposed by previous owner as noted in deed to property
|Restricts maximum average number of houses per acre within a subdivision.
|Constructs improvements on unsubdivided parcels
|Authority delegated to counties and local municipalities to enact ordinances in keeping with general laws
|Interstate land sales full disclosure act (ILSA)
|Prevents fraudulent marketing schemes that may arise when land is sold unseen
|Non conforming use
|Legacy structures and other improvements allowed to exist as exceptions. May or may not be grandfathered
|Planned Unit Development
|PUD planned combination of diverse land use
|Detailed map illustrating geographic boundaries of individual lots. This is recorded after approval by municipality
|One who segments land into parcels
|A tract of land divided by owner into lots, building lots, streets according to recorded subdivision plat
|Special exception to allow owner relief under unique circumstances
|Implement the comprehensive plan and control land use, structures within districts
|Comprehensive plan factors in
|Land use, Housing needs, movement of people (roads), facilities utilities schools, energy.
|Fewer than 25 lots, lots larger than 20 acres, lots soled solely to developers, lots where buildings exist or will be constructed within 2 years