Help to forever restrict neighbor from owning
Does anyone know...
if we can sell a piece of property and have a deed restriction (or other vehicle) to RESTRICT a certain neighbor, his heirs and assigns, from EVER owning/acquiring it once we sell??
Background: This neighbor sued my parents for two easements (one to a forest and one to a river) that HE said he owned. Truthfully my parents actually owned both but because it would have cost another $10k over the already spent $10k to fight it more, my parents gave in and this crud of a neighbor got his way with the one easement to the forest while my parents retained the easement to the river. We now want to sell my parents lot with that easement to the river. We DO NOT EVER want that JERK of a neighbor to get his hands on it (it adjoins his property) and HE WANTS IT BAD! Any way to handle this to prevent him EVER owning it or is it a sort of "discrimination" area or ?? Didn't know if there was a legal problem with naming him, his heirs or assigns by family name!
Thanks for whatever help you can offer.