Asked by M L, Los Angeles, CA • Sun Jan 30, 2011
I just noticed my CC&R's (which was written in the late 70's) that there can be no persons under the age of 18 living in any of the units. It's a small building. Current occupants age ranges from 30 on up. I am not aware of anyone having a child actually living in any of the units.
I am shocked to read the CC&R's state that I could not have purchased the unit if I had a minor child nor could I sell it to anyone with a child under 18. It doesn't say what would happen if I had a kid after I moved in. Would I be forced to move out?
As I mentioned, the CC&R's were from the late 70's but is this valid or even legal in todays date? Seems to me it's a violation of civil liberties. This was never brought up during negotiations/escrow.
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