Zoning and Land Use Planning
The use and development of real estate in Michigan is typically governed by local laws and ordinances. These land use and zoning laws place restrictions on the type of developments that may be constructed in certain areas of the community. Zoning laws also prescribe the types of activities that may take place on a property. In some cases, a property owner may wish to make use of the land that is not consistent with the local zoning rules.
The real estate attorneys of Curtis, Curtis & Brelinski, P.C. have extensive experience with the zoning and land use planning laws of the various municipalities in and around Jackson County. We have represented clients on a variety of zoning and land use matters and have appeared before all of the local zoning boards of appeals. Additionally, we have significant experience appealing unfavorable zoning decisions to the Jackson County Circuit Court.
Our real estate lawyers can assist you with a variety of land use and zoning matters, including:
- Applications for Re-Zoning
- Special Use Permits
- Planned Unit Developments
- Sign Issues
- Representation at Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals and Municipal Council meetings
- Appeals to Circuit Court
For more information or to set up an appointment to speak to one of our attorneys, please call Curtis, Curtis & Brelinski at (517) 787-9481, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete our online contact form.