Las Vegas Business Law Attorney

Land Use / ZoningLand use and zoning laws can be extremely particular and complicated. With all the paperwork and deadlines involved, it’s important to attain a trusted Las Vegas business law attorney by your side to help you understand and determine what is the best course of action.

Zoning is a term used to designate permitted use of specific pieces of land. Permissions are granted and received by local governments. These permissions allow for different uses of various zones of land, such as commercial, agricultural, industrial, and residential. The types of buildings allowed to be built in an area are also a part of zoning, such as high rises, maximum height restrictions, high density housing, etc.

The primary focus and concern for zoning regulations is to be able to separate different or incompatible property uses, so that large smoke producing factories are not placed near residential neighborhoods. However, exceptions or variances can be made. Exceptions are usually made because of a perceived hardship that is caused by the property in question or to complete a unique need that is not against public interests.

There are five major zoning divisions in urban areas:

  • Commercial
  • Mixed residential-commercial
  • Residential
  • Special (including power plants, airports, shopping malls, sports arenas or complexes, etc.)
  • Industrial

To determine which zoning your business needs, contact Dobberstein Law Group to discuss your case. Discussing your case with an experienced Las Vegas business law attorney can help you decipher what is best for you and your business, which can help you to create an action plan. Having an attorney by your side can ensure success for you and your business ventures. Contact the office today to discuss your case. Scheduling a confidential consultation can help you to gain the peace of mind you need to continue with such a lengthy and complicated process.

Dobberstein Law Group has a trusted and seasoned attorney that is ready to fight for you and your rights.