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Encumbrances

Some properties have an encumbrance, which is a right to the property by a third party. It limits land use but does not prevent transfer of title. Where there are encumbrances in the title to be conveyed, the contract must express the agreement of both parties. The most common encumbrances are:


· Unpaid taxes and assessments

· Mortgages

· Lease of the property

· Judgments against the seller

· Mechanics liens

· A legal document giving notice that an action is pending in the courts

· Encroachment of a structure

· Easement

· Deed restriction

· Code or zoning violations


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