HEATHER WALK DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM
page D-17  ARTICLE XIV  MAINTENANCE AND ALTERATIONS
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8414 pg 739

A. The Board of Directors of the Association may enter into a Contract with any firm, person or corporation, or may join with other Condominium
Associations and entities in contracting for the maintenance and repair of the Condominium property(s) and other type properties, and may contract for
or may join with other Condominium Associations in contracting for the management of the Condominium property(s) and other type properties, and
may delegate to the Contractor or Manager all the powers and duties of the Association, except such as are specifically required by this Declaration,
or by the By-Laws, to have the approval of the Board of Directors or the membership of the Association. The Contractor or Manager may be authorized
to determine the budget, make assessments for common expenses and collect assessments, as provided by this Declaration, By-Laws, and Exhibits
to the Declaration. The Association, through its Board of Directors, has entered into a Management Agreement, attached hereto as "Exhibit No. 4",
which encompasses the provisions of this paragraph.

B. There shall be no alterations or additions to the common elements or limited common elements of this Condominium where the cost

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8414 pg 740 ↓

thereof is in excess of twenty percent (20%) of the annual budget of this Condominium for common expenses, except as authorized by the
Management Firm, as Long as the Management Agreement remains in effect, and the Board of Directors, and approved by not less than seventy-five
percent (75%) of the total vote of the unit owners of this Condominium; provided the aforesaid alterations or additions do not prejudice the right of any
unit owner, unless his consent has been obtained. The cost of the foregoing shall be assessed as common expenses. Where any alteration or
additions, as afore described - i.e, as to the common elements or limited common elements of this Condominium, are exclusively or substantially
exclusively for the benefit of the unit owner(s) requesting same, then the cost of such alterations or additions shall be assessed against and collected
solely from the unit owner(s) exclusively or substantially exclusively  benefiting, and the assessment shall be levied in such proportion as may be
determined as fair and equitable by the Management Firm, as long as the Management Agreement remains in effect, and thereafter, by the Board of
Directors of the Association. Where such alterations or additions exclusively or substantially exclusively benefit unit owners requesting same, said
alterations or additions shall only be made when authorized by the Management Firm, as long as the Management Agreement remains in effect, and
the Board of Directors, and approved by not less than seventy-five percent (75%) of the total vote of the unit owners exclusively or substantially
exclusively benefiting there from, and where said unit owners are ten (10) or less, the approval of all but one shall be required. The foregoing is subject
to the written approval of the Management Firm as long as the Management Agreement remains in effect.
HEATHER WALK DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM
page D-2  ARTICLE I  Definitions
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8414 pg 724

T. Management Agreement, means and refers to that certain Agreement attached to this Declaration and made a part hereof, which provides
for the management of the Condominium property.

U. Management Firm, means and refers to the Corporation identified as the Management Firm in the Management Agreement attached to
this Declaration, its successors and assigns. The Management Firm shall be responsible for the management of the Condominium property

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as provided in the management Agreement attached to this Declaration and made a part hereof.


Note: The terms Management Firm and Management Agreement as stated above refer to a management firm and document that was signed and
agreed upon on August 10, 1973 and is no longer valid. New management agreements are signed periodically through time by the board of directors.