| Commentary

122 Development and covenants

| Commentary

122 Development and covenants

Where part of a garden burdened with a restrictive covenant prohibiting development is to be sold for development, it will be necessary, depending on the wording, to obtain the release or modification of the covenant, or consent of the persons entitled to the benefit of the covenant.

On the sale of a garden or part of it, restrictive covenants may be obtained imposing an absolute prohibition against building on the land, or limiting in a specified way the buildings that can be erected on it or the use to which the land may be put. Provision

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