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The Massachusetts Property Law Blog is proud to have Attorney Joseph N. Schneiderman guest blog on upcoming zoning decisions from the ..read more
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The Massachusetts Appeals Court issued an important decision last month on who can appeal a zoning decision. This decision clarifies that ..read more
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Massachusetts has a unique forum for handling real estate disputes: Land Court. Land Court is a specialty court which handles a wide ..read more
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This is a three part blog series on the requirements for obtaining a variance under Massachusetts zoning law.  The first post concerned ..read more
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I’m pleased to write that I won a real estate appeal before the Massachusetts Appeals Court last week. This case concerned a real estate ..read more
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Buying a home with existing tenants has many traps for the unwary. While there are advantages to having existing tenants with the purchase ..read more
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This will be a three part blog series on the requirements for obtaining a variance under Massachusetts zoning law.  The first post ..read more
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Governor Baker is backing a bill to reform zoning in Massachusetts, which will give local municipalities more flexibility in making zoning ..read more
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Like most states, zoning decisions in Massachusetts are primarily made at the local level, through municipal boards.  One of the most ..read more
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April is going to be a busy month for me. In a rare case of bipartisanship, a group of Republican and Democratic Senators (who have been ..read more

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