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CC&R ARTICLE 11: EASEMENTS AND SPECIAL TRACTS
Section 11.1 Association Functions. There is hereby reserved to Declarant and the Association or their duly authorized agents and representatives such easements as are necessary to perform the duties and obligations of the Association as are set forth in the Declaration, or in the Bylaws, and rules and regulations adopted by the Association.
 
Section 11.2 Utility Easements. Various easements are reserved on the Lots, as provided by the Plat and applicable laws, ordinances and other governmental rule and regulations for utility installation and maintenance, including but not limited to, underground electric power, telephone, cable television, water, sewer, gas and drainage and accessory equipment, together with the right to enter upon the Lots at all times for said purposes. Within these easements, no structure, planting, or other material shall be placed or permitted to remain that may damage, interfere with the installation and maintenance of utilities, that may change the direction of flow of drainage channels in the easements, or that may obstruct or retard the flow of water through drainage channels in the easements. The easement area of each Lot, and all improvements thereon, shall be maintained continuously by the Owner of each Lot benefited, except for those improvements for which a public authority or utility company or which Association is responsible, as provided on the Plat or in this Declaration. The Owner shall maintain the portion of any utility on the Owner's Lot that serves only the Owner's Lot to the point of connection to the portion of the system that serves more than one Lot. The Association shall have an easement for the maintenance, repair and replacement of the portion of the Private Storm Drainage System which serves more than one Lot up to the point of connection to the public drainage system.
 
Section 11.3 Entry by Security Patrol. If the Board contracts for security patrol service, said service, and its employees, shall in have the right to enter onto any of the Lots, Private Joint Use Driveway Tracts, and Common Areas in order to carry out their duties under such security patrol agreement; provided, however, that, said patrol service can enter a Lot only if it is either (i) doing so with reasonable cause, or (ii) acting with the consent of the Owner or tenant of such Lot.