Restrictive Covenants

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Restrictive Covenants

These covenants restrict what an owner of land can do with their property. The conditions are usually written in the property deed itself. The conditions will bind future owners as well. Examples of such covenants are that the property is to be used as a private residence only; commercial vehicles cannot be parked outside the property; no building of a certain size or within a building line can be erected. The court/Tribunal can issue an injunction or can vary a restrictive covenant where it is appropriate.

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