Collaborative Land Use Easements: Resolving Conflicts between New Residential Development and Existing Nuisances
Best Practices in Negotiating Collaborative Land Use Easements
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss using collaborative land use easements (CLUEs) to resolve conflicts between developers, residential property owners, and non-residential property uses. The presenter will discuss best practices for negotiating easements that allow noise, dust, odor, vapor, vibration, and illumination to pass from the dominant property (the perceived nuisance) across the servient property (the proposed residential development).
- Collaborative land use easement
- Situations when used
- Elements of CLUEs
- Limitations of CLUEs
- Aligning interests
- Other best practices
The panel will discuss these and other key topics:
- When in the development process should a developer consider introducing a CLUE?
- What are the best strategies for aligning the interests of the developer, the new users, and the local government in CLUEs?
- How can counsel incorporate all necessary provisions into a CLUE?
Geoffrey C. Etnire
Mr. Etnire helps clients create and vest added value to real estate through the acquisition of government approvals,... | Read More
Mr. Etnire helps clients create and vest added value to real estate through the acquisition of government approvals, the creative reuse of properties, and the repositioning of portfolios. He regularly advises and represents developers, landowners, investors, and lenders in the development, acquisition, and sale of real estate throughout the United States, particularly in those matters where government entitlements and approvals are required for infrastructure, economic development, zoning, changes in use, and environmental clearances.Close