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I have an acre of land, and was in the process of building a

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I have an acre of land, and was in the process of building a small metal building which would be turned into my home. Someone call in on a permit thing. I am in what they call no man's land, its grandfathered in, and in Oklahoma County (no city, town, ect..)
14475 SE 23rd Street, Choctaw OK Bought this in 1991.
My son went to proceed to get a permit and said have to have 2 acres to build this dwelling.
We have a meeting to go to the 19th of July.
Don't know if this will have any significant meaning but just got approved in april, on my soc. sec. disability and need to get something else to live in, this mobile home is over 41 + yrs old mold infested ect...
Do not know the facts on this but do know that things have changed out here since they started building those sublets out here in the Choctaw area.
Are there any loop holes on this situation. Thank you for your time Christy Littlejohn
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Dwayne B. replied 4 months ago.

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