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Covenants can protect subdivisions

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Restrictive covenants are written when a residential area is first developed; otherwise, every landowner in the neighborhood must vote to instate a covenant after the initial development.

Existing covenants generally contain language explaining the procedure for making amendments, which usually requires the approval of a certain percentage of property owners.

In general, these documents are written so that they automatically renew themselves if no changes are made after a certain period of time.

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