This is Bob here, Usually these affidavits have a space for the parcel number so if there is no indication of this on the form include this in the space. You would also be advised to include the full property address in this space if not otherwise included.
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since the property is a condominium, and the deed describes a parcel 1 and parcel 2, and since the desription of parcel 2 is quite lengthy ("anon-exclusive easement ..."), can I just put the street address of theproperty in this blank space and/or "see exhibit A" and then attachexhibit A of the deed, which describes parcel 1 and parcel 2? Thanks.
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The inclusion of the deed while perhaps unnecessary will suffice to ensure the proper execution of the affidavit.
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