Legal Notation on Title

Note: Form P and any changes thereto will be confirmed on the parent title and all progressive development titles until development is complete. n. a note in a title deed indicating that certain interests, such as easements, mineral rights or a life estate, are not included in the transfer (transfer) of ownership. Another important condition is the review and approval of a recent title search for the property and copies of non-financial expenses that remain in ownership after purchase. If the easement on your property is registered, it will appear in the title and grant a benefit to another owner. If your property benefits from an easement, it will be displayed as a legal notice. Note: Additional miscellaneous annotations that will be added later will be entered as a change to the original notation. If an expiration date is indicated in the notice, the note will be changed as follows: a title search reveals the name of the registered owner of the property, the legal description or property, legal notices and fees registered against the title of the property. The fee includes all finance charges such as mortgages, liens, judgments, and certificates of litigation that are withdrawn upon transfer of ownership. I have seen a legal note in various documents that refers to a federal or state law written as follows: It is important that potential buyers understand which of these non-financial charges remain in the title and how these fees may affect their ability to use the land. This can be especially important if you are buying land with the intention of building a new home, as fees can place restrictions on what you can build and where on the property. The term is “quote.” In the quote you entered, U.S.C.

refers to the United States Code, which is a compilation of all general permanent laws passed by Congress that are organized by subject (not by date of enactment). The United States Code is developed by the Office of Law Revision Counsel of the House of Representatives and is (currently) divided into 54 titles. 29 is the title of the section of code you quoted; Title 29 deals with labour. The other titles are Title 10 (Dealing with the Army), Title 18 (Crime and Criminal Procedure) and Title 26 (Income Tax). FOR THIS IS ATTACHED PROFIT TO TAKE (doc #) OVER (servient legal description) Note: A complete deletion request would be registered in the usual way for a deletion of a legal notation. I guess the U.S.C. stands for Supreme Court of the United States, but I don`t know what that notation is called, and I don`t know what each party means. Note: In case of abandonment, the legal rating is updated by changing the original notation as follows: The title search also reveals non-financial charges that remain in ownership after the transfer of ownership.

Non-financial expenses may include obligations, easements, statutory plans, subsurface rights, and exceptions and reserves. There are levels of organization under the title, but they vary depending on the title (for example, Title 29 is divided into chapters, while Title 10 has five subheadings divided into parts and these are divided into chapters). The level at which the actual text of the law can be found is the article; When quoting something in the U.S. code, quote it by heading and section (§ is a standard symbol for “section”). Thus, 29 U.S.C. is 203(b) Section 203 of Title 29, Subsection B. You don`t include the fact that it`s in chapter 8 in your quote, because the title and section are all you need to find it. FOR THIS PURPOSE, THE EASEMENT IS ATTACHED (Doc.

#) ON [PART OF] (servile legal description) [SHOWN ON THE PLAN (Plan #)] Land use agreements were contracts between an initial developer and the local government that govern the development and subsequent use of the land. Although they can no longer be registered against titles, existing land use contracts that remain on the titles may still affect the use of these assets. Note: Add as a change to the original legal notation. You should review a current title search and copies of any non-financial costs before removing this condition from your listing. By waiving this condition, you agree to receive the title with all non-financial charges and agree to all restrictions that may be imposed by the fees. An agreement may limit your use of the property. A restrictive covenant is linked to another property that benefits from the royalty. For example, a restrictive covenant could limit the height of buildings and trees on your property or the use of your property.

INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS COMPENSATION ACT, SEE (DOC#) SUBJECT TO THE WILLS AMENDMENT ACT, SEE (doc#) DATE OF SUCCESSION, YY-MM-DD Exceptions, caveats and subterranean rights are used to obtain the right to minerals or timber upon transfer of ownership. The ownership of land transfers, but the right to minerals or other elements set forth in the indictment, remains the property of the party holding the charge. Profit to Take, General, Land Titles Act, p. 197. NOTICE OF CONTRAVENTION OF REGULATION, COMMUNITY CHARTER, SECTION 57, SEE (doc #) Expropriation Act (British Columbia), Notice of Expropriation – Amendment, sbs. 7 and 15. Vancouver Charter, Heritage Designation Bylaw, p. 593 NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT UNDER THE PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY ACT, SEE (Doc#). ORDER UNDER SECTION 171 OF THE OIL AND NATURAL GAS ACT, SEE (DOC #) Note: See also Notice of Heritage Status under the Local Government Act. Co-ownership Act, Model Condominium Lot Lease, p.

203 Legal plans are registered by developers to maintain the overall design or disposition of a development. You can limit the height and size of buildings, building materials, landscaping, RV parking, fence heights and clothesline positioning. Personal Property Security Act, Notice of Assignment (Form 2), § 49(6). REGULATIONS AND ZONING PLAN FILED UNDER THE AERONAUTICS ACT (CANADA) YY-MM-DD, SEE (doc#). The basic idea is that resolutions passed by Congress are found in U.S. law. However, it is common to have potentially unexpected things in the same resolution (for example, perhaps a defense appropriation required one or two more votes to pass, and it required adding something about another area of law to the resolution). Moreover, the statutes are not always organized intuitively (they are arranged chronologically). The U.S. code corrects this problem by implementing the organizational schema to which the other responses refer. Condominiums Act, Miscellaneous Notes (General) THIS COUNTRY IS ONE OF THE CONTRACTING COUNTRIES OF THE (quote from the relevant First Nation). A covenant of Article 219 is registered in favour of the provincial or local government and is not linked to any other property.

These agreements are common in new real estate developments and can be used to protect sensitive areas, such as flood-prone areas or hills, by limiting where and how homeowners can build. Section 219 commitments are often used to set water limits, which determine the required distance between buildings and water on the property. THESE LANDS ARE SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS, RESERVES, RESTRICTIONS, INCLUDING RESTRICTIONS ON DISPOSAL, EXEMPTIONS AND RESERVES, INCLUDING ROYALTIES, AS DESCRIBED IN (cite relevant sections and legal powers of the First Nation) Notice of Land Contamination, Land Titles Act, p. 392 THIS TITLE MAY BE AFFECTED BY A PERMIT UNDER PART 14 OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT. SEE (doc#) Servitude, Dominant Tenement, Land Title Act, p. 182 DECLARATION OF PLAN OF CO-OWNERSHIP BY STAGES (Form P), FILED (doc#), YY-MM-DD. LAND CONTAMINATION NOTICE, LAND TITLES ACT, SECTION 392, SEE (DOC#) Local Government Act, Notice of Agreement on Park Lands, p. 510. CONDOMINIUM PLAN (Plan #), REPEALED UNDER PART 16 OF THE CONDOMINIUM PROPERTY ACT (Doc#), AA-MM-DJ Land Titles Act, Notice that the lands are part of treaty lands, paragraph 3(1)(a) of Schedule 1.