Real Property – Restrictive Covenants – Right to Enforce — Neighbors – Carport – Permissible Auxiliary Structure – Definition of Home – Writ of MandamusSanford v. Williams Where a man’s neighbors constructed a carport in violation of their subdivision’s 1969 covenants, the man had the right to enforce those covenants. This is true, even when both the man and his neighbors were not original grantees of the developer, but subsequent purchasers, so long as they were provided notice at purchase of the covenants in place.
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Published: June 6, 2012
Time posted: 9:01 am
Tags: Carport, Definition of Home, Neighbors, Permissible Auxiliary Structure, Real Property, restrictive covenants, Right to Enforce, Writ of Mandamus