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Zoning Regulations, Land Use Laws & Your Rights

The South Florida area, and Miami in particular, is a hotspot for real estate development, with local and foreign investors taking advantage of ideal market conditions to provide housing and commercial developments for residents, businesses, and visitors alike. With a constantly changing political climate, however, zoning and land use laws are constantly changing. Developers, property owners, and investors must be vigilant about complying with new and changing zoning regulations, which can substantially impact their bottom line.

As Miami zoning lawyers and land use attorneys, we at Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky PLLC are here to help you navigate the ever-changing dynamics of land use and zoning law. We can work to minimize risk, avoid unnecessary delays, and protect your financial and legal interests while getting your project approved, built, and sold. We represent buyers, developers, and sellers in addressing complex issues related to Florida’s zoning and land use laws. By ensuring compliance in the first place, we can often avoid expensive mistakes that could significantly delay a project.

Types of Zoning Regulations

Zoning regulations may impact commercial and residential properties. In Florida, zoning and land use laws may place restrictions on:

  • The types of buildings allowed in an area;
  • Room and building size and height;
  • Density allowances;
  • Zoning classifications;
  • Utility line location;
  • Boundaries and accessory buildings;
  • Off-street parking;
  • Features of cultural or historic significance;
  • Minimum/maximum lot area; and
  • Front, side, and year yards.

Litigating Land Use Claims in Miami, FL

Land use litigation is another key part of our practice in Miami. If an adjacent property owner files a claim against you in an attempt to delay, alter, or terminate your development, we can represent your interests. We can also challenge development plan denials or other decisions by cities, municipalities, or other local government entities that may threaten your project. As always, we will put your interests first as we use our legal experience to protect your rights.

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