Originally Posted by DanaT
I get that is how it generally works,but what legal principal allows me to sign a contract when I buy a house that is binding on the next buyer?
I just dont see the legal principla behind it (but I am also not a lawyer and specifically not a real estate lawyer)
It is a matter of public record and is covered by the title policy, a title company will not insure it if you do not agree to the CCR's. The HOA rules are part of the "Exceptions" on the title policy too.
It's pretty much like saying I won't sign unless that easement is removed. Ain't gonna happen.