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The question implies that the original deed of trust was timely recorded and my answer assumes that this happened. Generally, an assignee of a deed of trust take the priority of the assigned deed of trust prior to assignment, even if the assignment is recorded later. This is because the assignment doesn't change the obligations of the debtor relative to the ...


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You can negotiate whatever the vendor’s will accept Or, if the deal is not worth the “irks”, don’t do it. My understanding is that your chance of successfully challenging this as unconscionable are essentially nil - such clauses are commonplace and you are under no duress from the vendor to enter the contract. As written, it does require a “seperate dwelling”...


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Q1: is not a legal question - it depends on what a prospective purchaser is willing to pay. Q2: According to the attached pdf... This agreement is binding. You cannot cancel, amend or alter it without our written permission, except as stated in the code. This agreement will remain in force from the date written above for the whole period during which we ...


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Relevant Legal Considerations A few observations: If the water line has been there long enough there is a probably a prescriptive easement that arises by operation of law from using the property of another without permission of a statutory length of time (ten years in Missouri). See generally, Wallace v. Snider, 204 S.W.3d 299, 303-304 (Mo. App. S.D. 2006). ...


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Easements are normally rights granted by the property owner to others. When a person buys property with existing easements, the purchase is normally subject to those easements. That is, the new purchaser agrees to grant the same rights to the easement holders that they previously had. The property owner can always grant additional easements for whatever ...


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