Zoning Litigation Attorneys Servicing Nassau and Suffolk County
Real estate litigation that involves zoning laws and government regulations typically requires hearings outside of the courtroom. Any developer, engineer or key stakeholder in real estate investments could end up appearing before municipal boards and local government agencies to discuss the details of zoning laws and associated disputes.
The attorneys of Harras Bloom & Archer LLP have worked with clients on a wide range of construction projects, confidently handling litigation both inside the traditional courtroom and in negotiations and discussions with various municipalities.
The firm’s Long Island zoning litigation attorneys take on cases from initial application, as well as in appeals of denied permits and legal disputes that have arisen in any stage of the process. If a local government board has disputed the actions of a private enterprise, citing zoning laws and restrictions, Harras Bloom & Archer LLP can help. The firm handles cases related to:
- Special permits for building, developments, non-conforming uses and unique structures
- The review and approval of site plans
- Actions to enforce zoning regulations
- The development of residential and commercial real estate (i.e., subdivisions, industrial property and office parks)
- Land use and zoning issues can also arise due to neighboring property owners who dispute boundary lines and the use of resources in the area.
Attorneys John Harras, Paul Bloom and Keith Archer are confident in taking on a variety of opponents in this complex area of law, having experience in notable positions such as working as a New York State Supreme Court referee in matters involving easement, subdivision and related real estate issues.
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