This course covers the legal framework of the land development process. Topics include zoning, restrictions, easements, setbacks, land planning, relative statutes - state and federal, agency jurisdiction, condominium concepts and practices, planned unit development concepts and practices. The course also covers subdivision concepts and practices and platting.
Prerequisite: SUR 2101C.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
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