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Permitting

The mystery of Land Patents unveiled.

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Permitting

Postby Doctor » Thursday February 8th, 2007 11:34 am MST

I have been helping some friends conduct some construction and nothing has been more apparrent then the endless string of permits for every change to the property. I was down at the County Administrative Building last week and I balked at what was 8' by 20' wall covered with building permit forms. !!!

Suffice to say, I would like to understand what enables the City Administration to demand a building permit [or a use permit]. Clearly there is a contractual nature to it. Can anyone suggest what part of "home ownership" causes the title-holder to enter into that obligation?

Any sources? Documents?

I'm taking time to read the State Code of Regulations

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Re: Permitting

Postby Admin » Thursday February 8th, 2007 2:10 pm MST

:h: Doctor:
We appreciate most the last line of your inquiry, which states that you are studying. You originally posted this topic in the Contracts, Trusts and the Corporation Sole forum and the link here directs you the Standard for Review in the title article of that forum because that Standard for Review provides the means for understanding the relationship. However, we moved your inquiry to the Land Patents forum because the answer to your inquiry is found in the Land 101 article at the head of this forum.

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Re: Permitting

Postby Charlie » Saturday February 14th, 2009 2:09 pm MST

I have a piece of land in Boulder county. I have been studying the land patent info., however I have some challenges due to a concussive issue.
The young man I have worked with Aladio Royabal I know through my church.
My question is do you ever consider working with someone if issues come up from not playing the rules that planning and zoning require, like a permitt. I am by myself with no covering of a husband and I am just wanting to put up a yurt on this property I own for a home. This is a modest dwelling but Boulder will never allow this. I did find the land patent back to 1905; however, I question my abliity.
I see your posture in suggesting to folks ...bone up you can do it. I have tried and it leaves my head,
Any consideration is welcomed .
Thank you
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Re: Permitting

Postby Admin » Wednesday February 18th, 2009 1:22 am MST

:h: Charlie:
Regardless of the issues; Team Law is an educational organization that does not educate except in helping people learn how to educate themselves so that the student can apply what they learn from their own experience and get it right. Thus, the answer to your question is, “Yes, we work with virtually everyone willing to learn. But we do not do your work for you.”

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