HEATHER WALK CONDOMINIUM BY-LAWS
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Section 13. Powers and Duties. The Board of Directors of the Association shall have the powers and duties necessary for the
administration of the affairs of the Association and may do all such acts and things as are not by law or by the Declaration(s) of
Condominium, this Association's Articles of Incorporation, or these By-Laws, directed to be exercised and done by unit owners.

These powers shall specifically include, but shall not be limited to the following:-
(a) To exercise all powers specifically set forth in the Declaration(s) of Condominium, this Association's Articles of Incorporation, in
these By-Laws, and in the Condominium Act, and all powers incidental thereto.

(b) To make assessments, collect said assessments, and use and expend the assessments to carry out the purposes and powers of
the Association, subject to the provisions of the Management Agreement attached to the Declaration of Condominium to which these
By-Laws are attached.

(c) To employ, dismiss and control the personnel necessary for the maintenance and operation of the project, and of the common
areas and facilities, including the right and power to employ attorneys, accountants, contractors, and other professionals, as the need
arises, subject to the delegation of the foregoing powers to the Management Firm, under the provisions of the Management Agreement
attached to the Declaration of Condominium to which these By-Laws are attached.

(d) To make and amend regulations respecting the operation

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and use of the common elements and Condominium property and facilities, and the vise and maintenance of the Condominium units
therein. The foregoing is subject to the delegation of the said foregoing powers to the Management Firm, under the provisions of the
Management Agreement attached to the Declaration of Condominium to which these By-Laws are attached.

(e) To contract for the management of the Condominium and to delegate to such contractor all of the powers and duties of the
Association, except those which may be required by the Declaration(s) of Condominium to have approval of the Board of Directors or
membership of the Association. To contract for the management or operation of portions of the common elements or facilities
susceptible to the separate management or operation thereof, and to lease or concession such portions. The foregoing powers have
been delegated to the Management Firm, under the provisions of the applicable Management Agreement.

(f) The further improvement of the Condominium property, both real and personal, and the right to purchase realty and items of furniture,
furnishings, fixtures and equipment for the foregoing, and the right to acquire and enter into agreements pursuant to F.S 711.121 Et
Seq., and as amended, subject to the provisions of the applicable Declaration of Condominium, this Association's Articles of
Incorporation, these By-Laws and the provisions of the applicable Management Agreement.

(g) Designate one or more committees which, to the extent provided, in the resolution designating said committee, shall have the
powers of the Board of Directors in the management and affairs and business of the Association. Such committee shall consist of at
least three (3) members of the Association. The committee or committees shall have such name or names as may be determined from
time to time by the Board of Directors, and said committee(s) shall keep regular Minutes of their proceedings and report the same to
the Board of Directors, as required. The foregoing powers shall be exercised by the Board of Directors or its contractor or employees,
subject only to approval by unit owners when such is specifically required.