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Section 2.17. Utility Easements. There is hereby created a blanket easement upon, across, over and under the Property for ingress, egress, installation, replacing, repairing and maintaining all utility and service lines and systems, including but not limited to water, sewers, gas, telephones, electricity, television cable or communication lines and systems, etc. By virtue of this easement, it shall be expressly permissible for the providing utility or service company to install and maintain facilities and equipment on the Property and to affix and maintain wires, circuits and  conduits on, in , and under the roofs and exterior walls of the Dwelling Units. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Section, no sewers, electrical lines, water lines, or other utilities or service lines may be installed relocated on the Property except as initially designed and installed or thereafter approved by the Board and applicable city, county, state or federal agencies. This easement shall in no way affect any other recorded easements on the Property. In no event shall any portion of the above mentioned easements for utilities be construed to authorize the placing or installing of sewers, electrical lines, water lines and other utilities under any permanent building structure constructed on the Property. This easement shall be limited to improvements as originally constructed. There shall be and access easement for the delivery and collection of the U.S. Mail.

 

Section 2.18.  Electrical Service and Telephone Lines. All electrical service and telephone lines shall be placed underground and no outside electrical lines shall be placed overhead; provided, however, that if the provisions hereof are waived by the Declarant, it shall not be prohibited from erecting  temporary power or telephone structures incident to construction; and further provided, however, that one such waiver shall not constitute a waiver as to other Lots or lines.

 

Section 2.19.   Right of Inspection. During reasonable hours, any member of the Board, or any authorized representative of any of them shall have the right to enter upon and inspect any property within the Subdivision (except the interior of Dwelling Units), for the purpose of ascertaining whether or not the provisions of this Declaration have been or are being complied with, and such persons shall not be deemed guilty of  trespass by reason of such entry.

 

Section 2.20.   Violation of Rules. If any Owner, his family, or any licensee, tenant, or lessee or invitee violates the Rules, the Board may impose a special assessment upon such owner of not more than Fifty Dollars ($50.00) for each violation and/or may suspend the right of such person to use the  Common Property, with the exception of the Owner’s right of ingress and egress over and across the Common Areas, under such conditions as the Board may specify, for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days or each



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