Subsequent to placing the dedication on the plat, the developers developed all of the “adjacent” properties into residential units without complying with the Land Division Act of 1967 through a conspiracy with township officials.
When the developers purposely circumvented the law through the use of an agreement on the plat, it creates an unenforceable contract. “It is a general rule that an agreement which violates a provision of a constitution or of a constitutional statute or which cannot be performed without violation of such a provision is illegal and void”. Keith Furnace Co. V MacVicar, 250 Iowa 246, 280 N.W. At 498 (1938).
Ganges Township continues to disregard the requirements as laid out by the Land Division Act of 1967 resulting in damage to a private road as shown in the picture to the right maintained by lot owners within the plat.
Writ of Mandamus
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