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HolidayEstates Deed Restrictions page2

HOLIDAY ESTATES III HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION DEED RESTRICTIONS

Approved 12/11/02 - Filed with Charlotte County 1/17/03 in Book 2158. Pages 425-428

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(10) HOME SPECIFICS: Before any home in the subdivision is occupied, the following items must be completed:

a. Hook-up of all utilities

b. A poured concrete driveway with swale drainage pipe from the street to home inclusive, of carport or garage must
be at least 12 foot wide and extending from the street to the back of the carport or garage. Any additions to the driveway will
likewise be constructed of poured concrete.

c. Must have an attached carport or garage. The garage must not exceed one story, must conform in appearance and
quality of construction of the home to which it is attached. The major use is restricted to storing vehicles.

d. Brick, vinyl or decorative block skirting. Homes with open-style skirting must have wire, suitable to keep animals
from inhabiting the areas beneath the home.

e. The utility room must be attached to the home or under the carport.

f. Complete sodding of the lot to the asphalt pavement. Stone, shell and/or flower beds must be maintained and
shall not exceed 25% of the lot.

g. All sides of a home adjacent to a road must be landscaped and maintained by the owner.


h. Homes must be placed and anchored according to the Charlotte County Building Code,


i. No fences will be allowed except on the perimeter of the subdivision.

The above improvements, and any lanai, porch, garage or other improvements, must conform in style and construction with the home

 to which they are attached, and must comply with all zoning and building regulations of Charlotte County, Florida.

(11) OUT BUILDINGS: No free standing buildings will be allowed.

(12) POOLS: Above ground swimming pools are prohibited. Any existing above ground swimming pool shall be allowed to
remain, but they cannot be replaced. Caged in-ground pools are acceptable.

(13) ANTENNAS: No outside antenna will be permitted. Satellite dishes which do not exceed one meter (39 inches) in diameter
shall be allowed provided they are located in an inconspicuous place.

(14) CLOTHES LINES: Removable, umbrella type clothes lines or retractable clothes lines only, are permitted. Laundry will
be hung only on these approved lines. These clothes lines MUST be stored when the home is not occupied.

(15) UNSECURED ITEMS: All objects which might become air-borne during severe storms so as to cause a danger to
neighboring residences must be stored during any period of time that the home is not occupied.

(16) GARBAGE: Yard trash, recycle buckets and garbage may only be placed at the edge of the driveway no sooner than one (1)
day prior to pick-up and must be returned to the home storage place the same day as the collection. Such storage must be located
in an inconspicuous place.

(17) ANIMALS: No animals can be kept on any lot, except that one domestic dog or cat may be kept in each residence. Owners
who move into the subdivision with more than one animal may keep both until one passes away. The deceased animal may not be
replaced. The owner must comply with the Charlotte County Leash Law. All dog or cat droppings must be removed by the person
accompanying the animal.

(18) LOTS: The lots in said subdivision must be kept clean, mowed and free from unsightly structures. La case of failure, the
Homeowners Association, its successors and assigns, reserve the right to enter upon all lots and mow the grass, clean up the lot
and remove unsightly structures, and to charge the occupant or owner for the services performed, and if said cost is not paid, to file
a lien thereof. Lots will be mowed when the grass exceeds eight inches in height over 50% of the lot.

(19) BRUSH AND UNWANTED VEGETATION: Each individual property owner will be responsible to remove any trees,
shrubs or vegetation, other than ornamentals, which cross over the waterline of canals or lakes and inhibit navigation on said canals.
In addition, all brush and scrub trees must be removed from unoccupied lots. All removal of said brush and scrub trees whether
on unoccupied lots or canal banks will be done at the owner's expense. In any case in which compliance is not forth-coming, the
Home Owner's Association reserves the right to remove the vegetation and bill the owner for the expenditures incurred. If said cost
is not paid, a lien will be filed thereon.

(20) RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: No travel trailers, motor homes, tent trailers, pick up campers, conversion vans, boats or
other recreational vehicles, utility trailers may be stored, used or occupied on any vacant lots in said subdivision nor may they be
parked on occupied lots unless they are parked on concrete located on the side of the home which is not adjacent to a street,
provided such concrete does not encroach upon any easement and does not violate set back regulations.

(21) CARS: No motor vehicles or boats except those bearing current licenses and used by residents of this subdivision will be kept on any lot.

(22) CANALS AND LAKES: No boat shall maintain a speed which would create a wake in any part ol'a canal or lake located
in said subdivision No buildings, docks or appurtenances ol'any kind can he placed on canal or lake Iron I without written consent
ol the Homeowners Association No motors larger than five (5) horse power shall be allowed on the lakes and/or canals.

(23) ACCESS: There shall he no access or egress to Holiday Estates Third Addition, except by plaited streets.

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