Category Archives: State Laws

South Carolina Supreme Court Issues Decision Limiting Former Developer’s Right to Assign Its Rights or Amend Restrictive Covenants

AJG Holdings v. Dunn, Op. No. 27455 (S.C. Sup. Ct. filed October 22, 2014) (Shearouse Adv. Sh. No. 42 at 29)

On October 22, 2014, the Supreme Court of South Carolina issued an opinion upholding a ruling by the South Carolina Court of Appeals that once a developer no longer has a sufficient property...
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Nuts and Bolts: Water Ways

Storm WaterMany communities have some sort of stormwater management system – a lake, pond, wetland or dry retention basin – designed and constructed during initial development.  These stormwater systems help filter pollutants and manage the water runoff into surrounding streams, rivers, lakes, bays, the ocean or other waterways. Some stormwater...
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