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  260.1006.  Holder of an environmental covenant — department bound by covenant — rules for interests in real property. — 1.  Any person, including a person that owns an interest in the real property, the department, or a municipality or other unit of local government, may be a holder.  An environmental covenant may identify more than one holder.  The interest of a holder is an interest in real property.

  2.  The rights of a department under sections 260.1000 to 260.1039 or under an environmental covenant, other than a right as a holder, is not an interest in real property.

  3.  A department is bound by any obligation it assumes in an environmental covenant, but a department does not assume obligations merely by signing an environmental covenant.  Any other person that signs an environmental covenant is bound by the obligations the person assumes in the covenant, but signing the covenant does not change obligations, rights, or protections granted or imposed under law other than sections 260.1000 to 260.1039 except as provided in the covenant.

  4.  The following rules apply to interests in real property in existence at the time an environmental covenant is created or amended:

  (1)  An interest that has priority under other law is not affected by an environmental covenant unless the person that owns the interest subordinates that interest to the covenant;

  (2)  Sections 260.1000 to 260.1039 do not require a person that owns a prior interest to subordinate that interest to an environmental covenant or to agree to be bound by the covenant;

  (3)  A subordination agreement may be contained in an environmental covenant covering real property or in a separate record.  If the environmental covenant covers commonly owned property in a common interest community, the record may be signed by any person authorized by the governing board of the owners association;

  (4)  An agreement by a person to subordinate a prior interest to an environmental covenant affects the priority of that person's interest but shall not by itself impose any affirmative obligation on the person with respect to the environmental covenant.

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(L. 2007 S.B. 54)

Effective 1-01-08


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