Sorry friend, but in the Lower 48, no one ..."dictates"... to you what
you can do
with your property. The Purchase of a House is a Contract, agreed to and
signed by BOTH parties. If you sign away your rights, it's your problem and no
After all, there are people who don't want a tower for a neighbor !! Poor souls.
73, Dick, W1KSZ
On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 11:39 AM, Eddy Swynar <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 2012-02-03, at 1:33 PM, Richard Solomon wrote:
> I had a similar case. A House down the street was listed in MLS as "No Deed
> Restrictions". When I got the deed to review, it came with 19 pages of
> It makes no difference what the Realtor says. If you buy it, you own it. If
> didn't review the Deed or have a Lawyer review it, you are OOL !! Just
> you sign the Purchase & Sale Agreement and whatever passes for a Sales
> Contract in your state.
> Hi Guys,
> It still just blows me away how some person, or person(s), can dictate to
> you BEYOND the purchase of your property, just what, exactly, you can & can
> not do with something that you own, pay taxes on out of your own pocket,
> insure with your own monies, etc. etc. etc.
> And I thought that we lived in a free country, i.e. the USA & Canada...!
> ~73~ de Eddy VE3CUI - VE3XZ
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