Subdivision Development: Draft and Formation
Developers – Look no further
Now that you own the required land acreage, you will need help in developing the property into a residential subdivision, multi-family condominium, commercial multi-unit complex, or other land subdivision. Forming a subdivision is not an easy task and, therefore, you will need someone with experience and expertise to ensure the proper zoning and land development requirements are met.
You will also need an experienced attorney to draft the governing document that allows the developer and subsequent declarant to control the subdivision or commercial complex until it is ready to be managed by an owners’ association. We can draft master deeds, by-laws, and other enabling documents that will help simplify the rules, regulations and restrictions for the particular land, and record same to provide any subsequent borrowers with notification of same.
The drafting of the proper documents with the appropriate terms balancing the developer and owner’s rights in an understandable fashion will help reduce the risks of litigation or disputes in the future. The DesChamps Law Firm has the knowledge to draft the proper documents to alleviate the risks of litigation and disputes.
Necessary Construction for a Subdivision
At the DesChamps Law Firm, we can also be your “go to” counsel for advice on any construction work that is required. We represent developers/owners as well as construction companies in reviewing the preliminary and final plat requirements for approval by the county for recording; reviewing and approving construction contracts for the water/sewer and road work; and ensuring that the proper bonds are obtained for the work being completed. We work hand in hand with your engineer, architect, and contractor to make certain we are all on the same page as to the proper direction taken by the development.