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CC&R ARTICLE F: APPLICATION AND ENFORCEMENT

Section 1. Effect. The covenants, restrictions, easements, rights, liens, and encumbrances herein provided for shall be covenants running with the land and shall be binding upon the Subdivision and any and all parts thereof, the parties in interest thereto and their heirs, assigns, personal representatives and successors in interest. Accepting an interest in and to any portion of the Subdivision shall constitute an agreement by any person, firm or corporation accepting such interest, that they and each of them shall be bound by and subject to the provisions hereof.

Section 2. Severability. In the event that any provision hereof shall be declared to be invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, no other provision shall be affected thereby and the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect. No waiver of the breach of any provision hereof shall constitute a waiver of a subsequent breach of the same provision or of any other provision. No right of action shall accrue for or on account of the failure of any person to exercise any right hereunder nor for imposing any provision, condition, restriction or covenant which may be unenforceable.

Section 3. Enforcement. The parties in interest in and to any part of the Subdivision and the Community Organization, for the benefit of the owners of the Subdivision, and each of them shall have the right and authority to enforce the provisions hereof and in addition to any other remedy for damages or otherwise, shall have the right to injunctive relief. The prevailing party in any action to enforce any provision hereof shall recover all costs and expenses incurred incident thereto, including without limitation a reasonable sum as attorneys' fees and the reasonable costs of searching and abstracting the public record, all of which shall be paid by the unsuccessful party.

Section 4. Additional Property. From time to time, but not after December 31, 2004, Declarant may subject any plat or plats of Tracts E, H and I of Woodbrook Division No. 1 and any parcel or parcels of real property which are contiguous to any Plat defined in this Declaration to the provisions of this Declaration by recording in King County, Washington, a written instrument executed and acknowledged by Declarant stating in substance that the plat or plats, parcel or parcels are subject to this Declaration. Incident thereto in Declarant's discretion, it may modify or add to the provisions of this Declaration insofar as they may apply to the plat or plats, parcel or parcels of real property subsequently made subject hereto.