1. Bouffard conveys to Ballard, reserving easement for him to sleep on the
couch; index does not refer to easement; Ballard conveys to Little; Bouffard
shows up to sleep on the couch
Bouffard sleeping on couch when Little inspects
"He sleeps on the couch"
"That's a strange arrangement"
"I would not be so forebearing"
Bouffard gave a 3-year lease to The Perpetuities Pair, to become possessory
when they complete the Perpetuities song and recruit a drummer
Drum set in condo
"They rehearse here and do home parties from time to time"
2. Bouffard gave a purchase money mortgage to Remke; not recorded; later gives
a mortgage to Flybynight to finance promotion of a play he's written: "Panic
in the Oral Argument"; does not tell FlyByNight of first mtg.
Not recorded until after sale to Stanton
--Stanton doesn't record
Property is in NC
3. Same; Amanda (son of Wes, to whom Wes assigned copyrights) sues Ennesser/Ashworth
for CR infringement, for using lines from Freddy Kruger in Nightmare on Elm
street; files lis pendens.
effect on mortgagee interests?