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Re: New station to broadcast classical music in north and east

The bigger question would be, doesn't someone have to contest it?  That is 
to say, assuming that the provision was in the sale and that they made the 
change, would there not have to be someone from Simon Geller's estate to 
act to protect his "interest".  If there are no executors or survivors, who 
would be in a position to file such a complaint?

At 01:41 PM 1/28/01 -0500, Dave Faneuf wrote:

> > On Sat, 27 Jan 2001, Dan Billings wrote:
> >
> > > I'm not a lawyer yet, but I don't believe such a clause, if
> > unending, would
> > > be legally enforceable.
> > >
> > > -- Dan Billings, Bowdoinham, Maine
> >
> > > From: "SteveOrdinetz" <steveord@wavewizard.com>
> >
> > > > Wasn't there some sort of a clause in the sale of WVCA/WBOQ that
> > specified
> > > > that the station was to remain classical?
>I am not a lawyer either, but I believe in Real Estate transactions a
>person can put restrictions on a deed that if someone wants lifted or
>changed in the future requires a court order, wouldn't the same apply to
>something like this?
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