Any written notice, or other document as required by this Declaration, may be delivered personally or by mail If by mail, such notice, unless expressly provided for herein to the contrary with regard to the type of notice being given, shall be deemed to have been delivered and received forty-eight (48) hours after a copy thereof has been deposited in the United States first-class mail, postage prepaid, properly addressed as follows.
- If to an Owner, other than Declarant, to the registered address of such Owner, as filed in writing with the Board pursuant to the requirements of the Bylaws.
- If to Declarant, whether in its capacity as an Owner, or in any other capacity, to the address which Declarant shall have advised the Board in writing.
- Prior to the expiration of the Declarant's management authority pursuant to Section 5.2, notices to the Board shall be addressed to the address set forth in (b) above. Thereafter, notices to the Board shall be addressed either to an address to be posted by the Board at all times in a conspicuous place or to the registered office of the Association In addition, from and after the expiration of the Declarant's management authority, notice of the address of the Association shall be given by the Board to each Owner, within a reasonable time after the Board has received actual notice of such Owner's purchase of a Lot.
The right of an Owner to sell, transfer, or otherwise convey his/her Lot shall not be subject to any right of approval, disapproval, first refusal, or similar restriction by the Association or the Board or anyone acting on their behalf An Owner intending to sell a Lot shall deliver a written notice to the Board at least two (2) weeks before closing, specifying the Lot being sold, the name and address of the purchaser, of the closing agent, and of the title insurance company insuring the purchaser's interest, and the estimated closing date The failure of an Owner to properly give such notice to the Board shall not invalidate the sale The Board shall have the right to notify the purchaser, the title insurance company, and the closing agent of the amount of unpaid assessments and charges outstanding against the Lot, whether or not such information is requested.
This Declaration shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the heirs, personal representatives, successors and assigns of Declarant, and the heirs, personal representatives, grantees, lessees, subleases and assignees of the Owners.
In the case of joint ownership of a Lot, the liability of each of the Owners thereof in connection with the liabilities and obligations of Owners set forth in or imposed by this Declaration shall be joint and several.
This Declaration shall not initially be binding upon any Mortgagee of record at the time of recording of this Declaration but rather shall be subject and subordinate to said Mortgage.
Declarant shall not consummate the conveyance of title to any Lot until each Mortgagee of record at the time of recording of this Declaration shall have accepted the provisions of this Declaration and made appropriate arrangements for partial release of Lots from the hen of said Mortgage The issuance and recording of the first such partial release by said Mortgagee shall constitute its acceptance of the provisions of this Declaration and acknowledgment that this Declaration is binding upon all of the Lots remaining subject to its Mortgage, provided, that, except as to Lots so released, said Mortgage shall remain in full effect.
The provisions hereof shall be deemed independent and severable, and the invalidity or partial invalidity or unenforceability of any one provision or portion thereof shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision hereof.
The Declaration shall take effect upon recording.
Governmental entities shall have rights of access and inspection for the open space area and any drainage facilities contained therein.