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Nina Goree, Home Owner in San Gabriel, CA

Are the amendments enforceable if they are not recorded?

Asked by Nina Goree, San Gabriel, CA Wed May 22, 2013

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You should ask a licensed attorney for legal advice... and not rely on a post in an open bulletin board.
That said, recording a document is intended to give "constructive notice" to all relevant parties... meaning after it is recorded all parties are assumed to have knowledge of it.

The fact that a document is not recorded does not make it invalid. It raises the question whether or not the plaintiff had knowledge of its existence and how it affected them... so if you know of the cc&r amendment.. you have actual knowledge... therefore the constructive knowledge thing does not matter to you.

Best of luck!

0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu May 23, 2013
Amendments to what? Any contract that is properly executed is enforceable, recording is not necessary.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu May 23, 2013
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