The legislature finds and declares that the public policy of this state favors the
marketability of real property and the transferability of interests in real property
free of title defects or unreasonable restraints on alienation. The legislature further finds and declares that private transfer fee obligations
violate this public policy by impairing the marketability and transferability of real
property and by constituting an unreasonable restraint on alienation regardless of
the duration of the obligation to pay a private transfer fee, the amount of a private
transfer fee, or the method by which any private transfer fee is created or imposed. Thus, the legislature finds and declares that a private transfer fee obligation
shall not run with the title to property or otherwise bind subsequent owners of property
under any common law or equitable principle.
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