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culcha,

I hope this has not been done. It does not even begin to pass the smell test.

What is there to stop this person from selling the property once they buy it from you?

They could put it on the market at a reasonable price and sell it for a huge profit. What recourse would you have? Would you want to expose this transaction to the scrutiny of the court system?

I don't think so ...

Gene
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