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    Default Restrictive Covenants

    My question involves real estate located in the State of: NC

    How often do restrictive convenants say that you cannot bring the developer to court? Also is it common for restrictive convenants to say that they reserve the right to extend, mend, modify, or remove any of the outlined restrictions? Does this leave the door open to create a HOA? THanks for any help.

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    Default Re: Restrictive COnvenants

    They cannot take away your right to sue in court. Just because a sign says Swin at YOur Own Risk doesn't mean they are not liable, just that most people will think they aren't and not bother. Restrictions can be amended but there must be a process. Only an attorney can tell you your rights after reviewing the actual documents. You should do this prior to signing a contract to purchase.

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