My question involves real estate located in the State of: Ohio
I own and built a home on land that was previously part of a larger tract. When split, the seller put several protective covenants on the land for 20 years. It states in the deed " the primary enforcement of these covenants are the purchasers of these parcels". If a neighbor fails to follow one of the covenants, who has the ultimate power to force them to follow it? Would civil court have to power to force a person to move a building that sits closer to a property line than the the covenant allows? Or are they just meant to be a deterent without any real teeth. Thanks.