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The Board of Directors has, as of March 6, 2008, rescinded the Architectural Control Guidelines, enacted and published by the Board in February, 2007. Until such time as they are formally replaced, the controlling document is the Prestonwood Forest Declaration of Restrictions, commonly referred to as “The Deed Restrictions.”

No building or improvement of any character shall be erected, placed, added to, or altered on any lot affected hereby until the building plans and specifications and a site plan showing the location of the structure or structures have been submitted to and approved by the Board of Directors of the Maintenance Association or its designated representative as being in compliance with these Restrictions as to use, quality of workmanship and materials, harmony of external design and colors with existing and proposed structures, and location of improvements with respect to topography, finished grade elevation, and lot boundary lines.

The plans and documents to be submitted to the Maintenance Association or its designated representative, as above set forth, shall be submitted for approval prior to the commencement of erection, placement, addition to or alteration of any of such improvements on any lots. In the event the Board of Directors of the Maintenance Association or its designated representative fails to approve or disapprove such plans in writing within thirty (30) days after submission of the required plans and documents for approval, such plans shall be deemed approved and this requirement of these Restrictions shall be considered as having been fully complied with and satisfied.

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