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Yes, they run with the land, not the owner. A declaration of covenants, conditions and restrictions burden the property itself. Who owns the property is not relevant; rather, whoever owns the property takes ownership subject to these CCR's which restrict and govern the land.
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Thanks for following up. If these Declarations were recorded in the real property records, you would still be subject to them. If they were not recorded or disclosed, then they would not be able to enforce them.
Recorded in the county real property records. Anything of record (i.e., recorded in the county records) is deemed disclosed. Your title policy exceptions should have referenced these CCR's. If not, you would have a claim against your title company.