Can a church be sold if it is moved and not attached to the land?

In Selling Property - Asked by Claudine B. - Jun 7, 2017
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Cesar E. A.
Huntington Park, CA

Yes, you can sell just the building. However, you must be very specific when making the purchase offer. Many developers are not interested in the structures that exist on the land. They will consider this type of request.
Best of luck.

Jun 7, 2017
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Brian D.
Jupiter, FL

Absolutely. If There Is A Provision That Excludes The Land And All Attachments do not convey except the building and the land does not convey. Also a release for the seller/owner of the property that Seller is not responsibility or liability pertaining to the movement of the church building. The buyer of the building assumes all responsibility and liability for any and all actions to the movement of the building and the seller is not liable.

Jun 8, 2017
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