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State orders developer to ‘cease and desist’

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The Utah Division of Real Estate has issued a "cease and desist" order against Lee Dahl and Soldier Summit Recreation and Development Co. LLC for not registering the subdivision as required by Utah code.

The Utah Land Sales Practice Act requires that subdivided land, prior to sale, be registered with the division.

According to a statement by the Department of Commerce, Dahl offered to sell lots in the Soldier Summit Homesteads subdivision between June 2000 and January 2002.

The order prohibits Dahl from obtaining payment for lots in the proposed subdivision or entering into any binding agreements to sell lots in the subdivision, including taking any deposits for any binding purchase agreements.

The order will remain in effect until the subdivision is properly registered.