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The Pines CC&R’s


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, made and executed this March, 1965, that

Whereas., Edward J. Carr the sole owner of and the only person having an interest in all that certain real property as shown on the map of “LAKE ALMANOR PINE’S SUBDIVISION, UNIT NO. ONE”, official map of which was recorded in the Office’ of the Recorder of the County of Plumas, State of California, on June 21,1965, in. map Book 3 at Pages 1, 2, and 3,

NOW, THEREFORE, the said Edward J. Carr does hereby declare as follows:

  1. Areas of Application: The covenant and restrictions herein enumerated shall apply to all of the lots,
  2. Not more than one single family residence and one guest house may be constructed on any one residential lot Numbers 13 through 76 inclusive. The main residence shall be the first constructed and shall contain a minimum of 600 square feet of living area on the ground floor. This restriction does not apply to the commercial lots Numbers 77, 78, 79 and 1 through 12 inclusive.
  3. The exterior of any buildings shall be completed within one year of date of starting construction. All exterior materials shall be new. No metallic roofing or siding to be used unless such are painted or coated with a non-glare material..
  4. ALL construction, including plumbing and sewage facilities, shall Conform to Plumas County, California, Codes and Regulations.
  5. No firearms may be discharged on any lot in this subdivision and all Hunting, including bow and arrow, is prohibited in this subdivision.
  6. Fireworks of any description are prohibited in this subdivision.
  7. No livestock, horses, or chickens shall be kept on any lot in this Subdivision. This restriction does not include household pets.
  8. There shall be no camping of any nature in this subdivision, except during a one year tear construction period provided the same is properly served with water and sewage facilities conforming to Plumas County, California, Codes and Regulations.
  9. TERM: These covenants are to run with the land and shall be binding upon all parties and all persons claiming under them for a period of twenty-­five (25) years from the date these covenants are recorded, after which time said covenant shall be automatically extended for successive periods of ten (10.) years unless an instrument signed by a majority of the then owners of the lots has been recorded agreeing to change said covenants in whole or in part
  10. MAINTENANCE: As part of the consideration supporting the sale and conveyance of any residential lot or property in this subdivision, the grantee, by taking title thereto for himself, his successors and assigns, agrees and covenant with the Declarant, that once construction of a home begins, he will improve, keep and maintain the yard and grounds in connection with such property in a neat and attractive condition equal to the general standards of neatness and attractiveness established by other improved residential properties in this same subdivision. He further covenants and agrees that if such yard and grounds are not at any time so improved and/or maintained, the Declarant hereof, his successors or assigns, shall be entitled and have the right to demand in writing that such yard and grounds be so improved, and/or maintained, and if, after 30 days following such written demand, such yards and grounds have not been so , improved and or maintained, the Declarant or his agents may enter upon such yard and grounds and perform such work as at any time is necessary to accomplish the objects of this clause, and the costs of such work in connection either improvements or maintenance, or both, shall become due and payable to the Declarant by the owner. or owners of such premises and constitutes a lien on and against such property until paid.
  11. That the breach of any of the foregoing conditions shall constitute cause of action against the property owner committing the breach, by any property owners in the above described Subdivision.
  12. SEVERABILITY: Invalidation of any one of these covenants by judgment or court order shall in no wise effect any of the other provisions which shall remain in run force and effect.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here unto to set my hand on the date first written above.

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