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Real Property  – Deed Language – Ambiguity – Sullivan’s Island Accretion – Flora Growth (access required)

Beach accretion on Sullivan’s Island has left petitioners’ formerly beachfront property separated from the ocean by land which is owned by the respondent-town pursuant to a 1991 deed. Petitioners point to language in the deed which they claim requires the town to maintain vegetation on the accreted land at 1991 levels, but the town points ...

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