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different prospect than the previous person about the buyers agent. what are the main restrictions?

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In order to preserve the natural beauty of the subdivision, no big trees on a lot may be removed except withing fifty feet of the building foundation.

No animal, livestock or poultry of any kind except for common house-pets.
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