(2) COMPULSORY AFFILIATION TO THE OWNERS` ASSOCIATION: the immovable property [check one:] _____is _____is is not subject to compulsory affiliation to an association of owners. If the property is subject to compulsory affiliation with an association of owners, the seller informs the buyer that as a buyer of real estate in the flatshare in which the property is located, you are required to be a member of the association of owners. Restrictive agreements governing the use and occupation of the land and a consequentation instrument governing the construction, maintenance and operation of this colocation have been or are recorded in the real estate registers of the county where the land is located. Copies of the restrictive covenants and the act of consecration may be available from the District Officer. They are required to pay predispositions to co-ownership. The amount of assessments may vary. Your non-payment of predispositions may lead to a right of pledge and the forced execution of the property. 8. BROKERAGE FEES: All obligations of the parties to pay brokerage fees are included in separate written agreements.

D. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: The buyer is informed that the presence of wetlands, toxic substances, including asbestos and waste or other risks to the environment, or the presence of a threatened or threatened species or its habitat, may adversely affect the intended use of the property by the buyer. If the buyer is concerned about these issues, an addendum announced by the State or requested by the parties should be used. VA-NOTICE TO BUYER: “It is expressly agreed that, notwithstanding other provisions of this Contract, Buyer shall not bear any penalty for serious money or money, nor shall it be required to conclude the purchase of the property described herein if the purchase price of the contract or costs exceed the reasonable value of the property set by the Department of Veterans Affairs. However, the buyer has the privilege and opportunity to continue the performance of this contract, regardless of the amount of reasonable value set by the Department of Veterans Affairs. If Buyer decides to enter into the purchase at an amount greater than the reasonable value set by VA, Buyer must pay such excess in cash from a source that VA Buyer is willing to disclose and from which Buyer declares not to be debited from borrowed funds, unless authorized by VA. If the appropriate value of the property is less than the sale price, the seller may reduce the sale price to an amount equivalent to the appropriate value of VA and the sale is concluded at the lower selling price with proportional adjustments to the down payment and the amount of the loan. C. INVESTIGATION: The survey must be conducted by a registered professional surveyor, acceptable to the title company and to any lender. [Check a single box:] ______ (1) Within __Purchaser.________survey._______________________ the seller presents the buyer and the title company with the seller`s existing overview of the side property, as well as the seller`s affidavit, which is acceptable to the title company for approval of the investigation. . . .