Fourth Court Upholds Allegedly Obsolete Restrictions Mandating Residential Use Along Blanco Road

On July 13, 2012, the Fourth Court of Appeals of Texas (San Antonio) issued its opinion in a case in which it was asked to determine whether antiquated residential-use limitations applied to a subdivision abutting now heavily-developed and largely-commercial Blanco Road in San Antonio.  Read More……


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