An owner may not assert as a defense to the enforcement of a restrictive covenant
that is part of a common scheme for preservation of historic property that the owner
or a predecessor in title signed a blank signature page or similar procedural defect
if the signature page was attached to a dedicatory instrument adopted by a historic
neighborhood preservation association and:
(1) the dedicatory instrument has been recorded for more than two years; or
(2) the restrictive covenant is referenced in the owner's title insurance policy obtained
by the owner when the property was purchased.
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