Q: a Statutory Bargain and Sale Agreement includes this sentence: "Members of the XXXX families and their heirs shall be
entitled to use the recreation facilities.."
Is this legal under Oregon Law to extend those rights forever ?
A: Probably unenforceable due to the Rule Against Perpetuities but it’s very rare for that to come up outside of the estates and trusts arena. Would need to look deeper to know for sure.
A: No responsible lawyer would give legal advice in this manor. A lawyer needs to read the entire document and learn what the background story is that gave rise to the document in the first place. Take the deed to a lawyer along with any other relevant documents and get proper legal advice.
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