PARAGRAPH 6.E.(4) TIDE WATERS: This notice is required if the property abuts tidally influenced waters. The notice, Addendum for Coastal Area Property 33-1, addresses the issue of boundary changes due to the natural action of water and rules prohibiting the construction of struc- tures or fill without the necessary regulatory approvals. (5) ANNEXATION: If the Property is located outside the limits of a municipality, Seller notifies Buyer under §5.011, Texas Property Code, that the Property may now or later be included in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of a municipality and may now or later be subject to annexation by the municipality. Each municipality maintains a map that depicts its boundaries and extraterritorial jurisdiction. To determine if the Property is located within a municipality’s extraterritorial jurisdiction or is likely to be located within a municipality’s extraterritorial jurisdiction, contact all municipalities located in the general proximity of the Property for further information. (6) PROPERTY LOCATED IN A CERTIFICATED SERVICE AREA OF A UTILITY SERVICE PROVIDER: Notice required by §13.257, Water Code: The real property, described in Paragraph 2, that you are about to purchase may be located in a certificated water or sewer service area, which is authorized by law to provide water or sewer service to the properties in the certificated area. If your property is located in a certificated area there may be special costs or charges that you will be required to pay before you can receive water or sewer service. There may be a period required to construct lines or other facilities necessary to provide water or sewer service to your property. You are advised to determine if the property is in a certificated area and contact the utility service provider to determine the cost that you will be required to pay and the period, if any, that is required to provide water or sewer service to your property. The undersigned Buyer hereby acknowledges receipt of the foregoing notice at or before the execution of a binding contract for the purchase of the real property described in Paragraph 2 or at closing of purchase of the real property. (7) PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS: If the Property is in a public improvement district, PARAGRAPH 6.E.(5) ANNEXATION: The Property may be currently outside of the bound- aries of a municipality. It is possible that the property will be annexed by a nearby municipality in the future. Cities have authority within an area known as their “extraterritorial jurisdiction” – that is, jurisdiction outside of their existing boundaries. The extraterritorial jurisdiction is determined by the size of the city, and ranges from a minimum of one mile for small cities and up to five miles for cities with a population in excess of 100,000.
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