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Real Property – Restrictive Covenants – Amenity Fees – Unenforceable – Golf Courses (access required)

Watford v. Midsouth Golf, LLC Since a community’s property owners are not permitted to sue to enforce the community’s declaration of covenants, the property owners are not third-party beneficiaries of the declaration, and the golf course owner cannot require them to pay amenity fees. We affirm summary judgment for the property owners.

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