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Author Topic: H.R. 4969 would extend PRB-1 to CC&Rs  (Read 6929 times)
K7JQ
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« Reply #90 on: Today at 03:35:41 PM »



PRB-1 has nothing to do with private contractual agreements.  It is regarding building and zoning codes.

Nonsense, of you choose to live in a society you agree to abide by its rules and expectations.

NOT nonsense. PRB-1 only allows reasonable accommodation for ham antennas in regards to municipal regulations only. It has nothing to do with private contractual agreements (CC&R's). Fact.

What do you think this discussion is about, anyway? It's about a bill proposed to allow the provisions of PRB-1 into CC&R's.
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KD6EVH
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« Reply #91 on: Today at 05:37:50 PM »



PRB-1 has nothing to do with private contractual agreements.  It is regarding building and zoning codes.

Nonsense, if you choose to live in a society you agree to abide by its rules and expectations.

NOT nonsense. PRB-1 only allows reasonable accommodation for ham antennas in regards to municipal regulations only. It has nothing to do with private contractual agreements (CC&R's). Fact.

What do you think this discussion is about, anyway? It's about a bill proposed to allow the provisions of PRB-1 into CC&R's.

It is about extending a restriction on the social contract to a particular type of contract. You seem to be enjoying the limit on the social contract and begrudging those who wish to see that particular exemption extended to CC&Rs'. To follow your logic, there is no justification for PRB-1 at all, if a community wants to ban your ham radio activities, in your logic, they have every right to do so. If you don't like it your recourse is to move to somewhere there are no people and exclude yourself from the social contract. . . or agree that contracts can be limited.

You seem to be saying "I've got mine."
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