Many parcels of land today are subject to restrictive covenants that govern how the property may be used. Although these covenants are designed to serve beneficial purposes, they may become impediments if circumstances change after the covenants are in place. This article examines how traditional legal principles might be applied to the unique circumstances presented by the widespread devastation from Hurricane Katrina.

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