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change. Your failure to pay the assessments could result in enforcement of the
association’s lien on and the foreclosure of the Property.
Section 207.003, Property Code, entitles an owner to receive copies of any document that
governs the establishment, maintenance, or operation of a subdivision, including, but not
limited to, restrictions, bylaws, rules and regulations, and a resale certificate from a
property owners' association. A resale certificate contains information including, but not
limited to, statements specifying the amount and frequency of regular assessments and
the style and cause number of lawsuits to which the property owners' association is a
party, other than lawsuits relating to unpaid ad valorem taxes of an individual member of
the association. These documents must be made available to you by the property owners'
association or the association's agent on your request.
If Buyer is concerned about these matters, the TREC promulgated Addendum for
Property Subject to Mandatory Membership in a Property Owners Association(s)
should be used.
(3) STATUTORY TAX DISTRICTS: If the Property is situated in a utility or other statutorily
created district providing water, sewer, drainage, or flood control facilities and services,
Chapter 49, Texas Water Code, requires Seller to deliver and Buyer to sign the statutory
notice relating to the tax rate, bonded indebtedness, or standby fee of the district prior to
final execution of this contract.
(4) TIDE WATERS: If the Property abuts the tidally influenced waters of the state, §33.135,
Texas Natural Resources Code, requires a notice regarding coastal area property to be
included in the contract. An addendum containing the notice promulgated by TREC or
required by the parties must be used.
(5) ANNEXATION: If the Property is located outside the limits of a municipality, Seller notifies
Buyer under §5.011, Texas Property Code, that the Property may now or later be included
in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of a municipality and may now or later be subject to
annexation by the municipality. Each municipality maintains a map that depicts its
boundaries and extraterritorial jurisdiction. To determine if the Property is located within a
municipality’s extraterritorial jurisdiction or is likely to be located within a municipality’s
extraterritorial jurisdiction, contact all municipalities located in the general proximity of
the Property for further information.
(6) PROPERTY LOCATED IN A CERTIFICATED SERVICE AREA OF A UTILITY SERVICE
PROVIDER: Notice required by §13.257, Water Code: The real property, described in
Paragraph 2, that you are about to purchase may be located in a certificated water or
sewer service area, which is authorized by law to provide water or sewer service to the
properties in the certificated area. If your property is located in a certificated area there
may be special costs or charges that you will be required to pay before you can receive
water or sewer service. There may be a period required to construct lines or other
facilities necessary to provide water or sewer service to your property. You are advised to
determine if the property is in a certificated area and contact the utility service provider
to determine the cost that you will be required to pay and the period, if any, that is
required to provide water or sewer service to your property. The undersigned Buyer
hereby acknowledges receipt of the foregoing notice at or before the execution of a
binding contract for the purchase of the real property described in Paragraph 2 or at
closing of purchase of the real property.
(7) PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS: If the Property is in a public improvement district,
§5.014, Property Code, requires Seller to notify Buyer as follows: As a purchaser of this
parcel of real property you are obligated to pay an assessment to a municipality or
county for an improvement project undertaken by a public improvement district under
Chapter 372, Local Government Code. The assessment may be due annually or in
periodic installments. More information concerning the amount of the assessment and the
due dates of that assessment may be obtained from the municipality or county levying
the assessment. The amount of the assessments is subject to change. Your failure to pay
the assessments could result in a lien on and the foreclosure of your property.
(8) TRANSFER FEES: If the Property is subject to a private transfer fee obligation, §5.205,
Property Code, requires Seller to notify Buyer as follows: The private transfer fee
obligation may be governed by Chapter 5, Subchapter G of the Texas Property Code.
(9) PROPANE GAS SYSTEM SERVICE AREA: If the Property is located in a propane gas
system service area owned by a distribution system retailer, Seller must give Buyer
written notice as required by §141.010, Texas Utilities Code. An addendum containing
the notice approved by TREC or required by the parties should be used.
(10) NOTICE OF WATER LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS: If the Property adjoins an impoundment of
water, including a reservoir or lake, constructed and maintained under Chapter 11, Water
Code, that has a storage capacity of at least 5,000 acre-feet at the impoundment’s
normal operating level, Seller hereby notifies Buyer: “The water level of the
impoundment of water adjoining the Property fluctuates for various reasons, including as
Initialed for identification by Buyer and Seller TREC NO. 20-13