Vermont real estate transactions, developments and property improvements are subject to Vermont Act 250 rules. This Land Use and Development Act, passed in 1970, regulates development to preserve Vermont’s water, air and character. It is of particular concern to buyers and developers of larger-scale projects, but impacts a wide range of real estate transactions, including smaller residential properties.
MSK Attorneys has secured countless Act 250 permits, and Act 250 Permit amendments for its clients. MSK has experience obtaining permits for larger municipal, commercial, hotel and residential developments. MSK Attorneys also have extensive experience working with property owners concerned about the impact of Act 250 developments on their property interests. Our deep knowledge will help you avoid costly mistakes and delays in the Act 250 process.
Vermont Act 250 Attorneys: Liam Murphy, Brian Sullivan, Hans Huessy, A.J. LaRosa, Daniel Seff
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