Short for "covenants, conditions, and restrictions", which are the rules governing the relations between landowners in a specific subdivision, development, condominium development or cooperative housing facility. May be registered on title.
(General) The standards that define how a property may be used and the protections the developer makes for the benefit of all owners in a subdivision.
A term to describe the restrictive limitations which may be placed on property.
This is a real estate law term that stands for Codes, Covenants and Restrictions. CC&R's are the various conditions that are stated on each deed to property.
CC&R's is the name given to an agreement between two or more property owners, which is recorded on the deed of each property. covenant is a binding agreement. condition is a statement of what is required as part of an agreement restriction is a principle that limits the extent of something. Examples of CC&R's: Building standards, such as exterior style and materials Landscaping Parking of recreational vehicles or boats Outbuildings and fences Noise standards Preservation of other property owners' views
Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions. This document is an agreement to control the requirements, restrictions, and use of a property.
Covenants, conditions and restrictions. The basic rules establishing the rights and obligations of owners of real property within a subdivision or other tract of land in relation to other owners within the same subdivision or tract; and in relation to an association of owners organized for the purpose of operating and maintaining property commonly owned by the individual owners.
A written contract stating and explaining the covenants, conditions, and restrictions imposed on members of an association such as condominium or PUD owners.
Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. See Conditions and Restrictions.
Covenants, conditions and restrictions- A document that controls the use, requirements and restrictions of a property.
"Covenents, Conditions, and Restrictions"; an extensive set of rules drawn up by homeowner's associations and their lawyers which, among other things, typically restrict or completely prohibit a homeowner from having most forms of antennas on his/her property. Such regulations are formed and placed upon the property before the home is initially sold, and typically remains in effect for the life of the home.