Case Law, Deed Restrictions, Visual Appearance, and Intent

This is Stephen and, Kaylynn Williford’s Assistant District Atty. Harris County, Texas,  approved by the architectural control committee, drawing of their two-story home to be built on block eight. One can clearly see that it has, in real estate terms, a two-story foyer entrance, by visual appearance. Now Texas has case law that visual appearance and intent, does not apply to deed restrictions. Paradise Cove deed restrictions clearly state, All homes in block eight (8) will be single story only. Block eight is Lake Livingston waterfront.

Please come to Paradise Cove and see with your own eyes. You have seen the photograph of Mr. Hanson’s driveway. Mrs. Morton could not prove that driveway existed in the Texas 11th Court of appeals. Lies win over eyes.

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About Hollis Morton

I took part, in Austin, in a video deposition that ended up in 258th district judge Coker now can no longer be a judge in Texas. I was advised that my video deposition be about Harris County asst. district atty. K. Williford & officers of the law, Texas Parks & Wildlife, conspiring to make my death look like an accident to cover up property tax fraud.
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