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Old 10.02.2020, 03:43
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Re: Signing away all rights to contest planning application on adjoining field?

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Around my area, a non-opposition clause often means that a deal has been done to give the builder a variance to local building regs. It's because the builder is doing something that does not comply with general building regulations that neighbors are asked to sign a non-opposition clause.
Yes, meloncollie, this is a VERY good point!

Ricard, I'm saying this gently... it all sounds to me a little like you're trying to convince yourself that it'll all work out, but without having actually done the full research.

I hear you that you do want the house. But as every reply you've got on this thread says, one way or another: there must be more to it than what you've been told, or that what you've read or researched. Good luck with figuring it out.
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