Will Van Vactor, licensed by the Oregon State Bar to practice law in 2007, is a land use and real estate attorney. He also serves as a mediator for land use and real estate-related disputes.
Will received his B.A. from the University of Oregon and a law degree from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law. While attending law school, he was the Managing Editor of the Journal of Land, Resources and Environmental Law.
Articles By Will Van Vactor
If it's legal to smoke marijuana in your area, can condo owners take action against marijuana smoke drifting into their unit from neighboring units?
Tips for approaching a neighbor over annoying use of their home as a short-term rental property; and if that doesn't work, bringing in code enforcement authorities.
Protecting a toddler from secondhand pot smoke.
Whether a tiny house will be legal in Florida depends largely on the laws of the local jurisdiction.
Rules that govern whether and under what conditions you can put a tiny house on a bare Texas lot.
What home sellers in Connecticut should know about their state's law on disclosures to buyers about the home's condition.
How land use laws apply to building tiny houses in New York.
What to research before adding a tiny home to your Florida property.
Learn what Colorado zoning and land use laws apply before you put a tiny house in your backyard.
Carefully check zoning regulations, building standards, and more before bringing a tiny house structure onto your Texas property.