Program 10: Private Regulation of Land Use

    Explores the potential of various alternatives to zoning that have evolved to modify the rights of land owners for the sake of public purposes, such as rail development. These include easements, real covenants, and “servitudes,” all bearing on land use, but in different ways. Historically, such legal instruments have evolved in sync with the growth of cities, making possible differentiated functions in particular urban areas.

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