How can a neighbor and I legally trade building lots of equal value?
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Unless there are some local zoning issues or there is a bill of assurance for the Subdivision the lots may be in, there is no reason why you wouldn't be able to trade lots. You would each simply need to deed to the other party the lots you wish to trade and that party would do the same. Any attorney in Arkansas can prepare those deeds or you might be able to get a form to fill out but be careful with that. We have had many cases where people drafted their own documents and it took more money to straighten out the problems created that to have it done correctly in the first place.
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