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>Reply-To: "The Ham Law Mailing List" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: HL: Moving to San Diego
>Date: Wed, 26 Feb 1997 10:47:07 EST
>My addenda will work in most any state...but you MUST have them reviewed
>your real estate attorney before you make any written offer to purchase.
>California practice usually does not involve any attorney in the
>escrow agents and the realtors. You'll be left hanging out to dry
>a California real estate attorney before your offer.
>Volunteer counsel can be helpful at the offer stage, and in reviewing the
>ordinances in the town where you might be buying. You're better off doing
>consultation up front.
>Good luck, Jim, W9WU ARRL VC
>On Wed, 26 Feb 1997 07:45:15 -0500 Rod Adkins <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>I will be moving to San Diego in the next couple of months, & want to
>>ducks in a row before I buy a property.
>>I would like to put up at least two towers, one at 70feet for hf, one
>>vhf/uhf terrestrial, and either a short tower or a roof-top for
>>I would appreciate help on the following:
>>1. Amendments to house-purchase contracts. I have the versions
>>posted to the TowerTalk reflector, but these relate to the state of
>>Illinois. Are there versions for California available, or can I get my
>>estate lawyer to modify them reliably ??
>>2. Do I need to request assistance from the ARRL volunteer counsel at
>>stage, or is this only when I'm going after a specific planning
>>3. My office will be in the Montgomery Field Airport area - anyone
>>areas within an hours driving that tolerate hams/towers ??
>>4. Anyone help on contact info for a ham radio club in the San Diego
>>5. Any other suggestions from CA-based hams ??
>>Rod Adkins, VE3INE
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