Restraint of property usage

Restraint of property usage – this term finds application in the Inheritance Law in some jurisdictions. There it usually refers to a prohibition, called “restrictive covenant” and detailed in a will, where the testator gives the title, but forbids the property to be used for specific purposes that are not related with its natural condition. For example the testator gives a house with their will to their grandchildren, but forbids this house to be used as a striptease bar. There cannot be general restrictive covenant, because it makes holding the possession worthless.

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