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The hope of not running out of clean water
I have had no issues with wter shares or rights in all my 36 years of selling real estate. You will likely not have any either.
I have not encountered any issues or problems dealing with water shares or water rights in my practice. This may have an impact on those in more rural areas.
Study hard, take lots of practice tests and best of luck with your license examination.
Not... I'm not a lawyer/
Water rights is serious and no laughing matter.
Water has rights. Water has the right to be free and to flow wherever and whenever it wants to. Water has been imprisoned and frozen in glaciers for a millennium. Water is lobbying for an acceleration of global warming so the glaciers will melt and enable water to exercise its rights to free movement.
That today the sky isn't sharing enough water for me to justify having turned off my sprinklers.
Wow. You ask a lot of difficult questions. Parking.
I have not had to deal with them.
We do not have those issues in our area.
I've never dealt with water issues, other than checking if properties are located in a flood plain.
Kimberly Taylor I never had an issue with water shares or rights.
Not an issue in my part of Florida.
You really need to know exactly what shares and how much water that is that is being transferred with the property. We deal with irrigation water a lot in my area. This evening I showed a property that had a domestic well. Now that water isn't used for the house, but only allocated to do up to two acres outside of the house. This is an 83 acre parcel.
You will learn this stuff and know who to contact when you have to deal with water issues.
Nothing in our area - at least none of my clients have had any issues and I haven't heard of any!
NONE in my area
Jr. vs. Sr. vs. grandfathered. Makes for some interesting litigation.
I have never dealt with any ....no need to here....
I haven't come across any issues with this.
I know that shares determine a type of voting power
Kimberly Taylor Water isn't scarce here on the East Coast so it isn't a big issue. Riparian Rights do exist here and applies.
It's never come up since I have been in the business