Under common law, the burden of a restrictive federation is not applicable, unless there is a strict ownership relationship (a renter-tenant relationship). A violation of a positive federation usually results in a total default. Some loan contracts may include clauses that give a borrower additional time to remedy the breach. If not corrected, creditors are entitled to announce default and demand immediate repayment of the principal and interest accrued. Landlords can apply and courts can grant forfeiture of leases, such as . B in leases, for breach of contracts which, in most jurisdictions, must constitute relatively serious offences; The Confederation for Rent Payment, however, is one of the most fundamental alliances. The degradation of a private home involves violations of human rights. With respect to leases that are beginning to be converted to a large amount (a premium), this has led to lobbying and government measures to reform the right to rent, particularly in the law of basic rents and service charges. There are two main categories of alliances in the Real Estate Transaction Act: alliances with the country and alliances for the title. These CCRs can, for example. B dictate the types of structures that can be built (for example.
B, a CCR may prohibit any type of modular, prefabricated or mobile-home home and/or prescribe the structure of a minimum size, appearance (for example. B no junk cars) or other uses (. B for example, no operating of a domestic business, no pets other than traditional households). The aim is to preserve a neighbourhood character or to prevent misuse of the country. Many such alliances were imposed in the United States in the 1920s until the 1940s, before zoning was widespread. However, many modern developments are also limited by title alliances; This is often justified as a way to preserve the values of homes in the area. Restrictions on the pact can be lifted through legal proceedings, although this process is long and often very costly. In some cases, it is even a referendum by neighbouring owners. While control of these planning issues is often governed by local planning plans or other regulatory frameworks rather than alliances, there are still many alliances, particularly in states that limit control over the use of real estate that can be exercised by local governments.