A restrictive covenant is a private agreement between two or more landowners that imposes restrictions on the use and development of a piece of land. Restrictive covenants can be registered on the title of that piece of land, and will then be legally binding on all subsequent owners. This article by Michelle Janczarski, Solicitor, Lovegrove Solicitors, discusses the nature of restrictive covenants, common circumstances where they are used, and ways to remove or alter restrictive covenants.
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