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Overlay zoning

Many communities that have adopted zoning laws governing the uses that are allowed in the various zones have also adopted overlay zones that control the same property. Overlay zones are just that -- they add another layer of regulation to those that control the underlying zone.   Overlay zones are intended to add additional protection the underlying area. The most common types of overlay zones are intended to protect historic areas, neighborhoods or buildings with unique characteristics or environmentally sensitive areas. More >

A Slippery Slope for Boat Slips

What happens when an existing condominium property regime is found to be invalid? Well, the Louisville Yacht Club recently encountered that exact problem. The case, Steenrod v. Louisville Yacht Club Ass’n, Inc.,[1] is one which Kentucky boat owners and condominium association members should be familiar so as to avoid similar problems.

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Mortgage Prequalification versus Preapproval

First time home-buyers are often under the impression that mortgage prequalification and preapproval are interchangeable terms, but they are actually two separate steps in the financial process and it is important to understand the difference between them. More >

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