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Seaford Golf & Country Club v. E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co.

ELR Citation: 37 ELR 20114
Nos. Nos. 530, 2006, (Del., 05/15/2007)

The court held that certain property a country club purchased and leased from a chemical company no longer remains subject to a deed restriction and right of first refusal in the company's favor. The case arose after the club sought to sell some of its property free and clear of the deed restriction and the right of first refusal. The company claimed that those restrictions remain valid and in force. However, the term "Plant" as used in the documents containing the restrictions refers only to the company's manufacturing facility, not the land on which the facility is located.