Land Use & Zoning Lawyers – Clermont, FL
Land use and zoning laws affect every property in Florida. Whether you are a developer who wants to build a major new shopping center or residential subdivision; a rural landowner who graciously gives a sliver of her property to a neighbor for access and later finds out she has made her own property unbuildable by doing so; or a retired couple who simply want to replace a shed that the government says is too close to the property line, having solid legal advice from a land zoning attorney about the ramifications of government regulation of your property is essential to preserving your property value and protecting your investments.
Extensive Experience In Land Use Law
The team at Crawford, Modica & Holt has decades of land use law experience in Central Florida and has represented clients ranging from the largest national property developers to our neighbors down the street.
If you are having any issues regarding the development of land or government regulation of property, whether, with your property or property near you, we can help.
Please call us at 352-432-8644, and ask to speak with an experienced land use attorney today. You can also reach us online. From our office in Clermont, Florida, we represent clients throughout Lake County and beyond.
Practical Knowledge And Legal Guidance In A Variety Of Areas
We offer legal services and representation in matters including, but not limited to:
- Amendments to the original land use plan
- Rezoning, including setbacks and building limitations
- Conditional Permits and variances
- Permits for developers
- Environmental issues
We also handle easements and boundary disputes, including through litigation.
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We welcome the opportunity to speak with you about your legal needs. Call us at 352-432-8644 or schedule your initial consultation online. We represent business throughout Lake County, Orange County, Sumter County and beyond.
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