In a message dated 11/12/00 11:33:54 AM Central Standard Time,
firstname.lastname@example.org quoted somebody:
> > Houston, TX, does not have zoning laws, so there's no implied property
> > rights.
The first part of this is true (a fact I'm quite proud of as a Houstonian),
but I don't think the second part is true under any interpretation. Real
property in the city exists within a web of interlocking covenants that "run
with the land" and property owners must carry on their activities within the
limits of common and statutory law.
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