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I am not clear in what context this acronym (CCR) was being used. If this term is being used in the context of a homeowners associations, there is slightly different acronym "CC&R" which stands for covenants, conditions and restrictions. Rather than relying on my conjecture, you should refer to your course materials or speak to your instructor.
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If you don't know what Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions are, I think you might need to study much harder for your exam.
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Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions are more commonly referred to as CC&R's. These are the terms under which homeowner associations commonly operate. However, you can also have deed restrictions in non-HOA properties that are sometimes interchangeably referred to as deed restrictions or CC&R's. Randall B. Klotz, Esq.
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