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    dstitt is offline Junior Member
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    Buying part of a lot

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Tx
    What is involved to buy a portion of a very large lot that is adjacent to my property.
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    latigo is offline Senior Member
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    Besides price and terms, a survey and a preliminary title committment or report.
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    nextwife is offline Senior Member
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    And attention to municipal minimum lot sizes, set back requirements, legal requirements for land division locally, location of any easements, right of ways, etc, so that the lot lines are drawn in such a way that they don't create the need for variances. One also needs to plan appropriately so that whatever is planned for the lot does not violate any setbacks, ROWs or easements or create enroachments.

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