Building permits

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Building permits

After obtaining approval of the necessary entitlements for a project, clients continue to rely on Lerch Early land use attorneys to help them navigate the myriad of "post-approval" agreements, conditions, and permits required before construction can commence.

This often includes advocating on behalf of clients to ensure the appropriate taxes and fees are assessed and that all applicable credits and exemptions are accounted for (e.g., development impact taxes); pursuing building code modifications; and obtaining favorable code interpretations. Lerch Early land use attorneys work closely with project engineers, architects, and other consultants, as well as applicable government agencies, to ensure the necessary approvals and permits are obtained in a timely manner to keep the project on-schedule.

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