Last Update 30 January 2016

All of the Project shall be held, used and enjoyed subject to the following limitations and restrictions, subject to the exemptions of Grantor set forth in this Declaration.

Section 8.01. Single Family Residences. Units shall be used exclusively for single Family residential purposes, subject to the exemption granted Grantor under Article VII of this Declaration. A Unit owner may rent his Unit to a single Family provided that such Unit is rented for a term greater than thirty (30) days, subject to all the provisions of the Restrictions.

Section 8.02. Parking and Vehicular Restrictions. No boat, car, trailer or recreational vehicle shall be packed or left anywhere on the Project. No vehicle or any kind which is not in operating condition shall be parked or left anywhere on the Project. There shall be no parking in the driveways, if to do so will or may obstruct free traffic flow, constitute a nuisance, or otherwise create a safety hazard. The Architectural Committee shall determine, in its discretion, whether there is noncompliance with the parking and vehicular restrictions herein. There shall be no restoring of vehicles permitted anywhere on the Project. Any additional guest parking spaces which may constitute a part of the Common Areas shall be subject to reasonable control and use limitation by the Board of Directors. Without in any way limiting the obligations of the Unit owners as elsewhere herein described, the Association, or agency representing Association, shall have the right, and shall be obligated, to enforce all parking restrictions herein set forth and to remove any vehicles in violation thereof in accordance with the provisions of Section 22658 of the California Vehicle Code, or other applicable laws, code, and statues. If, for ay reason, the Unit Owners shall fail to enforce said parking restrictions, the City or County, as applicable, shall have the right, but not the duty, to enforce said parking restrictions in accordance with the California Vehicle Code and all other applicable laws, codes, statutes and local ordinances.

Section 8.03. Nuisances. No noxious or offensive activities (including, without limitation, the repair of motor vehicles) shall be carry on upon the Project. No horns, whistles, bells or other sound devices, except security devices used exclusively to protect the security of a Condominium and its contents, shall be placed or used in any such Condominium. No loud noises or noxious odors shall be permitted on the Project, and the Board of Directors of the Association shall have the right to determine if any noise, odor, or activity producing such noise or odor constitutes a nuisance. No Unit Owner shall permit or cause anything to be done or kept upon the Project which will increase the rate of insurance thereon, or result in a cancellation of such insurance, or which will obstruct or interfere with the rights of other Unit Owners, nor will he commit or permit any nuisance thereon. Each Unit owner shall comply with all of the requirements of the local or state health authorities and with all other governmental authorities with respect to the occupancy and use of his Condominium. Each Unit Owner shall be accountable to the Association and other Unit owners for the conduct and behavior of his guests, tenants or invitees visiting his Unit and of Family members residing in his Unit. Any damage to the common Areas, personal property of the Association, or property of another Unit Owner, caused by such guests, tenants, invitees. or Family members shall be repaired at the sole expense of the Unit Owner with whom said guests, tenants, invitees or Family members are residing or visiting.

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