By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. a New Jersey Zoning Law Attorney
NJ zoning laws are designed to protect the residents of the state from being treated poorly by powerful interests, and to preserve the land that the residents of the state need. Some criticize NJ zoning laws for making housing in the state too expensive, yet others feel that NJ zoning laws are not strong enough.
People whom want to build structures in the state may come into conflict with the state over the zoning of the proposed construction site. If that is the case, then a hearing is required in order to allow the public to voice their opinions.
Zoning conflicts also occur when the local population of a town seeks to stop a construction project. One of the most common ways of doing so is through zoning. Lawsuits and other legal conflicts have developed since people have the desire to protect their land and property from what they often view as “threats.” Often times, they are concerned with pollution or something similar.
NJ zoning laws are difficult and frustrating to navigate. Therefore, the best way to navigate NJ zoning laws is to have an attorney in the state of New Jersey help you If you have a zoning law question, don’t hesitate to contact our law offices for a consultation so that you can get started with our firm and services so that you can get started on your case today. The sooner you get started, the better the outcome, so don’t hesitate and get started today!
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