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(Unit Owners)

Section 1. Eligibility. The members of Heritage Village Condominium Homeowners Association, a Tennessee not-for-profit corporation, shall consist of the Unit Owners of the property known as Heritage Village Condominiums located at 600 Heritage Drive, Madison, Tennessee - (the "Property"). If a Unit Owner is a trust, then the member shall be a beneficiary of such trust, and if a Unit Owner or such a beneficiary is a corporation or partnership, the member may be an officer, partner or employee of such Unit Owner or beneficiary.

Section 2. Succession. The membership of each Unit Owner shall terminate when he ceases to be a Unit Owner, and upon the sale, transfer, or other disposition of his ownership interest in the Property, his membership in the Association shall automatically be transferred to the new Unit Owner succeeding to such ownership interest.

Section 3. Regular Meetings. The first regular meeting of the Unit Owners (the "First Meeting) may be held, subject to the terms hereof on any date, at the option of the Board. All such meetings of Unit Owners shall be held at such place in Davidson County, Tennessee, and at such time as specified in the written notice of such meeting which shall be delivered to all Unit Owners at least ten (10) days prior to the date of such meeting.

Section 4. Special Meeting. Special meetings of Unit Owners may be called by the President or by a majority of the Directors of the Association, or by Unit Owners having at least two-fifths (2/5) of the votes entitled to be cast at such meeting. Special meetings shall be called by delivering written notice to all Unit Owners not less than ten (10) days prior to the date of the meeting, stating the date, time and place of the special meeting and the matters to be considered.

Section 5. Delivery of Notice of Meeting. Notices of meetings shall be delivered either personally or by mail to Unit Owners at the addresses given to the Board by Unit Owners for such purpose, or to a Unit Owner’s unit if no separate address for such purpose has been given to the Board.

Section 6. Voting. Each Unit shall have one (1) vote. If any Unit Owner consists of more than one (1) person, the voting rights of such Unit Owner shall not be divided, but shall be exercised as if the Unit Owner consisted of only one (1) person in accordance with the proxy or other designation made by the persons constituting such Unit Owner. In the event of disagreement among such persons and an attempt by two (2) or more of them to cast such vote, such persons shall not be recognized, and such vote shall not be counted. Developer may exercise the voting rights with respect to Units owned by it; however, said votes may be exercised only on those Units completed by the Developer and on which monthly maintenance fees have been paid.

No Unit Owner who is in default in the payment of his assessments hereunder shall be entitled to exercise his right to vote until he has cured such default. A Unit Owner shall be deemed to be in default if he has not paid his assessments to the Board, or its agent, within fifteen (15) days after the due date thereof. A Unit Owner may protest the amount of the assessment, but it still must be paid during the pendency of his protest to the Board.

Section 7. Quorum. A quorum of Unit Owners for any meeting shall be constituted by Unit Owners represented in person or by proxy and holding a majority of the votes entitled to be cast at such meeting.



Board of Directors

Section 1. Number, Election and Term of Office. The Board of Directors of the Association (referred to in the Horizontal Property Act of the State of Tennessee as the "board of administrators" and sometimes referred to herein as the "Board") shall consist of Five (5) members (hereinafter referred to as "Directors"). Directors shall be elected at the regular annual meeting of Association members by the vote of Unit Owners. Those candidates for election as Director receiving the greatest number of votes cast either in person or by proxy at the meeting shall be elected. Every Director shall hold office for the term of three (3) years and until his successor shall be elected and qualified.

Section 2. Qualification. Each Director shall be a Unit Owner or the spouse of a Unit Owner (or, if a Unit Owner is a trustee of a trust, a Director may be a beneficiary of such trust; and if a Unit Owner or such a beneficiary is a corporation or partnership, a Director may be an officer, partner or employee of such Unit Owner or beneficiary). If a Director shall cease to meet such qualifications during his term, he shall thereupon cease to be a Director and his place on the Board shall be deemed vacant.

Section 3. Vacancies. Any vacancy occurring in the Board shall be filled by majority vote of the remaining members thereof. Any Director so elected or appointed to fill a vacancy shall hold office for a term equal to the unexpired term of the Director whom he succeeds.

Section 4. Nomination. Nomination for election to the Board shall be made by a Nominating Committee which shall consist of two (2) members appointed by the Board to serve from the close of one (1) annual meeting to the close of the succeeding annual meeting. Such appointment shall be announced at the annual meeting. The Nominating Committee may nominate any number of qualified individuals, but no less than the number of Directors to be elected. The Nominations shall be made at least thirty (30) days prior to the annual meeting and a brief statement about the qualifications of each individual so nominated shall be included with the notice of the annual meeting. Nominations shall also be allowed from the members at the annual meeting.

Section 5. Meetings. A regular annual meeting of the Board shall be held within ten (10) days following the regular annual meeting of Unit Owners. Special meetings of the Board shall be held upon call by the President or by a majority of the Board on not less than forty-eight (48) hours’ notice in writing to each Director, delivered personally or by mail or telegram. Any Director may waive notice of a meeting, or consent to the holding of a meeting without notice, or consent to any action proposed to be taken by the Board without a meeting. A Director’s attendance at a meeting shall constitute his waver of notice of said meeting.

Section 6. Removal. Any Director may be removed from office with or without cause by the vote of two-thirds (2/3) of Unit Owners.

Section 7. Compensation. Directors shall receive no compensation for their services as Directors, unless expressly provided for in resolutions duly adopted by Unit Owners.

Section 8. Quorum. A simple majority of Directors shall constitute a quorum.

Section 9. Powers and Duties. The Board shall have the following powers and duties:

(a) to elect and remove the officers of the Association;

(b) to administer the affairs of the Association and the Property;

(c) to engage the services of an agent (hereinafter sometimes called the "Managing Agent") to maintain, repair, replace, administer, and operate the property or any part thereof for all Unit Owners, upon such terms and for such compensation and with such authority as the Board may approve;

(d) to formulate policies for the administration, management and operation of the Property and the Common Elements;

(e) to adopt rules and regulations, with written notice thereof to all Unit Owners, governing the administration, management, operation and use of the Property and the Common Elements, and to amend such rules and regulations from time to time;

(f) to provide for the maintenance, repair and replacement of the Common Elements and payments therefore, and to approve payment vouchers or to delegate such approval to the officers or the manager or Managing Agent;

(g) to provide for the designation, hiring and removal of employees and other personnel, including accountants and attorneys, and to engage or contract for the services of others, and to make purchases for the maintenance, repair, replacement, administration, management, and operation of the Property and the Common Elements, and to delegate any such powers to the Managing Agent (and any such employees or other personnel who may be the employees of a Managing Agent);

(h) to appoint committees of the Board and to delegate to such committees the Board authority to carry out certain duties of the Board;

(i) to determine the fiscal year of the Association and to change said fiscal year from time to time as the Board deems advisable;

(j) to fix the estimated annual budget, and to provide the manner of assessing and collecting from Unit Owners their respective shares of such estimated expenses, as hereinafter provided;

(k) to enter into any lease agreement for lease of premises suitable for use as guest or custodian apartments, upon such terms as the Board may approve;

(l) to borrow money for the purpose of repair or restoration of Common Elements without the approval of the members of the Association;

(m) to secure insurance policies as required by the Master Deed, and in this regard, annually to review the amounts of coverage afforded by such policies;

(n) unless otherwise provided herein or in the Master Deed, to comply with the instructions of a majority of Unit Owners as expressed in resolutions duly adopted at any annual or special meeting of Unit Owners;

(0) to be responsible for and maintain all streets, roads, utilities, and any other services of a public nature that are classified as "Common Elements in the Master Deed";

(p) to exercise all other powers and duties of Unit Owners as a group referred to in the Horizontal Property Act of the State of Tennessee, or in the Master Deed or these By-Laws

Section 10. Authority of Board to Act for Association. Whenever in these By-Laws the Association is given the power to take any action, it is the intention of these By-Laws that the Board shall act for the Association in all cases, except and to the extent that it is expressly provided that action be taken upon vote of the Unit Owners.

Section 11. Non-Delegation. Nothing in these By-Laws shall be considered to grant to the Board, the Association, or to the officers of the association, any powers or duties which, by law, have been delegated to Unit Owners.




Section 1. Designation. At each regular annual meeting of the Board, the Directors present at such meeting shall elect the following officers of the Association by a majority vote:

(a) a President, who shall be a Director, who shall preside over meetings of the Board and of Unit Owners, and who shall be the chief executive officer of the Association;

(b) a Secretary, who shall keep the minutes of all meetings of the Board and of Unit Owners, and who shall, in general, perform all the duties incident to the office of Secretary, and who may be a representative of the Managing Agent;

(c) a Treasurer, who shall be responsible for financial records and books of account and the manner in which such records and books are kept and reported;

(d) such additional officers as the Board shall see fit to elect.

Section 2. Powers. The respective officers shall have the general powers usually vested in such officers; provided that the Board may delegate any specific powers to any other officer or impose such limitations or restrictions upon the powers of any officer as the Board may see fit.

Section 3. Term of Office. Each officer shall hold office for the term of one (1) year and until his successor shall have been appointed or elected and qualified.

Section 4. Vacancies. Vacancies in any office shall be filled by the Board by a majority vote of the remaining members thereof at a special meeting of said Board. Any Director so elected to fill a vacancy shall hold office for a term equal to the unexpired term of the officer he succeeds. Any officer may be removed for cause at any time by vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the total membership of the Board at a special meeting thereof.

Section 5. Compensation. The officers shall receive no compensation for their services as officers, unless expressly provided for in a resolution duly adopted by Unit Owners.




Section 1. Annual Budget. The Board shall establish an annual budget to provide for the needs of the Association. Such budget shall take into account the estimated common expenses and cash requirements for the year, including, but not limited to, salaries, wages, payroll taxes, legal and accounting fees, working capital fund, supplies, materials, parts, services, maintenance, repairs, replacements, landscaping, insurance, fuel, power, and all other common expenses. To the extent that the assessments and other cash income be collected from Unit Owners during the preceding year shall be more or less than the expenditures for such preceding year, the surplus or deficit, as the case may be, shall also take into account the estimated net available cash income for the year from the lease, operation or use of the Common Elements. The annual budget shall provide for a reserve for contingencies for the year and replacements, in reasonable amounts as determined by the Board.

Section 2. Assessments. The estimated annual budget for each fiscal year shall be approved by the Board, and copies thereof shall be furnished by the Board to each Unit Owner, not later than thirty (30) days prior to the beginning of such year. On or before the first day of the first month and of each succeeding month of the year covered by the annual budget, each Unit Owner shall pay, as his respective monthly assessment for the common expenses, one-twelfth (1/12) of his proportionate share of the common expenses for such year as shown by the annual budget. In the event that the Board shall not approve an estimated annual budget or shall fail to determine new monthly assessments for any year, or shall be delayed in doing so, each Unit Owner shall continue to pay each month the amount of his respective monthly assessment as last determined. Each Unit Owner shall pay his monthly assessment on or before the first day of each month to the Managing Agent or otherwise as directed by the Board. No Unit Owner shall be relieved of his obligation to pay any assessment by abandoning or not using his Unit, the Common Elements, or the Limited Common Elements.

Section 3. Partial Year or Month. Commencing with the date of occupancy of his Unit, each Unit Owner of newly constructed units, shall pay his assessment for the following month or traction of a month, which assessment shall be in proportion to his respective ownership interest in the Common Elements and the number of months and days remaining of the period covered by the current annual budget, and which assessment shall be computed by the Board.

Section 4. Annual Report. Within ninety (90) days of budget, or as soon thereafter as practicable, the Board shall cause to be furnished to each Unit Owner a statement for such year, showing the receipts and expenditures and such other information as the Board may deem desirable.

Section 5. Supplemental Budget. In the event that, during the course of any year, it shall appear to the Board that the monthly assessments, determined in accordance with the estimated annual budget for such year, are insufficient or inadequate to cover the estimated common expenses for the remainder of such year, then the Board shall prepare and approve a supplement budget covering the estimated deficiency for the remainder of such year, copies of which supplemental budget shall be furnished to each Unit Owner, and thereupon a supplemental assessment shall be made to each Unit Owner for his proportionate share of such supplemental budget.

Section 6. Expenditures. Except for the Management Agreement described in Article II, Section 9 (0) hereof and expenditures and contracts specifically authorized by the Master Deed and By-Laws, the Board shall not approve any expenditures in an amount in excess of ten (10%) percent of the annual budget for the then current year, unless required for emergency repair, protection or operation of the Common Elements or Limited Common Elements, nor enter into any contract for more than three (3) years, without the prior approval of two-thirds (213) of the total ownership in the Common Elements.

Section 7. Lien. It shall be the duty of every Unit Owner to pay his equal share of the common expenses as provided in the Master Deed, and as assessed in the manner herein provided.

If any Unit Owner shall fail or refuse to make any such payment of assessments when due, such delinquent payment shall be subject to a late charge in an amount established by the Board, and such delinquent payment shall also bear interest at the rate of fifteen (15%) percent per annum. Such delinquent payment, together with penalty and interest, shall constitute a lien, as provided in the Act, enforceable by the Board, on the interest of such Unit Owner in the Property.

The Association, or its successors and assigns, acting through the Board or its agents, shall have the right to maintain a suit to foreclose any such lien, and there shall be added to the amount due the costs of said suit and other fees and expenses, together with legal interest and reasonable attorney’s fees to be fixed by the court. Furthermore, if any Unit Owner shall fail or refuse to pay when due his proportionate share of the common expenses, and such Unit Owner withholds payment thereof after demand by the Association in writing setting forth the amount claimed, the Association shall have the right to possession of such Unit. The Association, acting through its Board, shall have the authority to exercise and enforce any and all rights and remedies as provided for in the Horizontal Property Act, the Master Deed, or these By-Laws, or as are otherwise available at law or in equity, for the collection of all unpaid assessments.

Section 8. Records and Statement of Account. The Board shall cause to be kept detailed and accurate records in chronological order of its receipts and expenditures affecting the Common Elements, specifying and itemizing the common expenses incurred. Payment vouchers may be approved in such manner as the Board may determine.

Section 9. Discharge of Liens. The Board may cause the Association to discharge any mechanic’s lien or other encumbrances which in the opinion of the Board may constitute a lien against the Property or the Common Elements, rather than a lien against only a particular Unit. When less than all the Unit Owners are responsible for the existence of any such lien, the Unit Owners responsible shall be jointly and severally liable for the amount necessary to discharge the same and for all costs and expenses including attorney’s fees, incurred by reason of such lien.

Section 10. Holding of Funds. All funds collected hereunder shall be held and expanded for the purposes designated herein, and (except for such special assessments as may be levied hereunder against less than all the Unit Owners and for such adjustments as may be required to reflect delinquent or prepaid assessments) shall be deemed to be held for the benefit, use and account of all the Unit Owners in proportionate amounts.


Use and Occupancy Restrictions

Section 1. General. No unlawful, noxious or offensive activities shall be carried on in any Unit or elsewhere on the property, nor shall anything be done therein or thereon which shall constitute a nuisance or which shall in the judgment of the Board cause unreasonable noise or disturbance to others.

Only one family may occupy any apartment as a principal place of residence at any one time. Occupancy by unrelated and unmarried individuals shall be limited to one person per bedroom per apartment Unit.

Each Unit Owner shall maintain his Unit in good condition and in good order and repair, at his own expense, and shall not do or allow anything to be done in his Unit which may increase the cost or cause the cancellation of insurance on other Units or on the Common Elements. No Unit Owner shall display, hang, store or use any clothing, sheets, blankets, laundry or other articles outside of his Unit, or which may be visible from the outside of his Unit (other than draperies, curtains, or shades of a customary nature and appearance, subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Association), or paint or decorate or adorn the outside of his Unit, or install outside his Unit any canopy or awning, or outside radio or television antenna, or C.B. radio transmitters, or other equipment, fixtures or items of any kind, without written permission of the Managing Agent, acting in accordance with the Board’s direction. The foregoing restriction as to use and occupancy shall not be construed to prohibit a Unit Owner from placing and maintaining outdoor furniture and decorative foliage of a customary nature and appearance on a patio which is a Limited Common Element appurtenant to his Unit. No Unit Owner shall display, hang, store, or use any sign outside his Unit, in a hallway, or elsewhere, which may be visible from the outside of his Unit, without the prior written permission of the Managing Agent, acting in accordance with the Board’s direction.

No structure of a temporary character, trailer, tent, shack, garage, barn or other out-buildings shall be permitted on the Property at any time temporarily or permanently, except with the prior written consent of the Board; provided, however, that temporary structures may. be erected for use in connection with the repair or rebuilding of the Buildings or any portion thereof

Section 2. Trash. Trash, garbage and other waste shall be kept only in sanitary containers, and shall be disposed of in a clean and sanitary manner as prescribed from time to time by Rules and Regulations of the Association.

Section 3. Use By Developer. During the period of sale by Developer of any Units, Developer, and Developer’s agents, employees, contractors and subcontractors, and their respective agents and employees, shall be entitled to access, ingress to and egress from the Building and Property as may be required for the purposes of sale of Units. In addition, developer reserves the right to enter into, upon, over and under any Unit for a period of one (1) year after the date of sale of the Unit for such purposes as may be reasonably necessary for Developer or its agents to service any Unit. While Developer owns any of the Units and until each Unit sold by it is occupied by Purchasers, developer and its employees may use and show one (1) or more of such unsold or unoccupied units as a model Unit or Units and may use one (1) or more of such unsold or unoccupied Units as a sales office, and may maintain customary signs in connection therewith, During the period of construction and sale by Developer, the Developer shall be allowed a seat on the Board of Directors and voting privileges as provided in Article II herein.

Section 4. Storage. Articles of personal property belonging to any Unit Owner, such as baby carriages, bicycles, wagons, toys, furniture, clothing, and other articles, shall not be stored or kept in the Common Areas, but shall be confined to patio or private storage area. Storage of boats, trailers, campers, and motor homes on the Property shall be subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Association applicable thereto.

Station 5. Wiring. No Unit Owner shall overload the electrical wiring in the Building, or operate any machines, appliances accessories, or equipment in such manner as to cause, in the judgment of the Board, an unreasonable disturbance to others, or connect any machines, appliances, accessories, or equipment to the heating or plumbing system without the prior written consent of the Board or the prior written consent of the Managing Agent, given in accordance with the Board’s direction.

Section 6. Rules and Regulations. Unit Owners shall be subject to such further restrictions as may be contained in Rules and Regulations of the Assn. concerning use of Units and the Common Elements which may be enacted from time to time by the Board. All such Rules and Regulations shall be binding Rules and Regulations of the Association unless rejected by at least seventy-five (75%) percent of the votes of Unit Owners, and copies of such Rules and Regulations and any amendments or additions thereto shall be furnished to all Unit Owners upon request.



Contractual Powers

No contract or other transaction between this Association and one (1) or more of its Directors, or between the Association and any corporation, firm or association in which one (1) or more of the Directors of the Association are directors, or are financially interested, is void or voidable because such Director or Directors are present at the meeting of the Board or a committee thereof which authorizes or approves the contract or transaction or because his or their votes are counted, if the circumstances specified in either of the following subparagraphs exists:

(a) the fact of the common directorship or financial interest is disclosed or known to the Board or committee and noted in the minutes and the Board or committee authorizes, approves or ratifies the contract or transaction in good faith by a vote sufficient for the purpose without counting the vote or votes of such Director or Directors; or

(b) the contract or transaction is just and reasonable as to the Association at the time it is authorized or approved.

Common or interested Directors may be counted in determining the presence of a quorum at a meeting of the Board or a committee thereof which authorizes, approves or ratifies a contract or transaction.




These By-Laws may be amended or modified from time to time by action or approval of seventy-five percent (75%) of the Unit Owners. Such amendments shall be recorded in the Office of the Register’s Office of Davidson County, Tennessee.



Section 1. General. To the extent permitted bylaw, the Association shall indemnify and hold harmless each of its Directors and officers, each member of any committee appointed pursuant to these By-Laws, against all contractual and other liabilities to others arising out of contracts made by, or other acts of such Directors, officers, or committee members on behalf of Unit Owners, or arising out of their status as Directors, officers, or committee members, unless any such contract or act shall have been made fraudulently or with gross negligence or criminal intent. It is intended that the foregoing indemnification shall include indemnification against all costs and expenses (including, but not limited to, counsel fees, amounts of judgments paid and amounts paid in settlement) reasonably incurred in connection with the defense of any claim, action, suit or proceeding, whether civil, criminal, administrative or otherwise, in which any such Director, officer or committee member may be involved by virtue of such person’s being or having been such Director, officer, or committee member, provided, however, that such indemnity shall not be operative with respect to

(a) any matter as to which such person shall have been finally adjudged in such action, suit or proceeding to be liable for gross negligence or fraud in the performance of his duties as such director, officer, or committee member, or

(b) any matter settled or compromised, unless, in the opinion of independent counsel selected by or in a manner determined by the Board, there is not reasonable ground for such person’s being adjudged liable for gross negligence or fraud in the performance of his duties as such Director, officer or committee member.

Section 2. Success on Merits. To the extent that a member of the Board or an officer of the Association, or a member of any committee appointed pursuant to these By-Laws has been successful on the merits or otherwise in defense of any action, suitor proceeding referred to in Section 1, or in defense of any claim, issue or matter therein, he shall be indemnified against expenses (including attorney’s fees) actually and reasonable incurred by him in connection therewith.

Section 3. Advance Payment. Expenses incurred in defending a civil or criminal action, suit or proceeding maybe paid by the Association in advance of the final disposition of such action, suit or proceeding as authorized by the Board in the specific case upon receipt of an undertaking by or on behalf of the persons or entity seeking such indemnification or payment in advance to repay such amount unless it shall ultimately be determined that he is entitled to be indemnified by the Association as authorized in this Article VIII.

Section 4. Miscellaneous. The Association and the Board shall have the power to raise and the responsibility for raising, by special assessment or otherwise, any sums required to discharge its obligations under this Article; provided however, that the liability of any Unit Owner arising out of any contract made by or other acts of the Directors, officers, or members of such committees, or out of the aforesaid indemnity in favor of the Directors, officers, or members of such committees, shall be limited to such proportion of the total liability hereunder as said Unit Owner’s percentage of interest in the Common Elements bears to the total percentage interest of all Unit Owners in the Common Elements. Every agreement made by the Directors, officers, or members of such committee, or by the Managing Agent on behalf of Unit Owners shall provide that the Directors, officers, members of such committees, or the Managing Agent, as the case may be, are acting only as agents for Unit Owners and hall have no personal liability thereunder (except as Unit Owners), and that each Unit Owner’s liability thereunder shall be limited to such proportion of the total liability thereunder as his percentage of interest in the Common Elements bears to the total percentage interest of all Unit Owners in the Common Elements. The indemnification provided by this Article VIII shall not be deemed exclusive of any other rights to which those seeking indemnification may be entitled under any statute, agreement, vote of members of the Association, or disinterested members of the Board or otherwise, both as to action in his official capacity and as to action in another capacity while holding such office. Such right to indemnification shall continue as to a person or entity who has ceased to be a member of the Board, officer of the Association, or a member of such committee, and shall insure to the benefit of their heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns of such person or entity.




Section 1. Notice to Board. A Unit Owner who mortgages his Unit shall notify the Board of the name and address of his mortgagee and shall file a conformed copy of the note and deed of trust or mortgage with the Board; and the Board shall maintain such information in a book titled "Mortgages of Units".

Section 2. Notice of Unpaid Common Charges. The Board, whenever so requested in writing by a mortgagee of a Unit, shall promptly report any then unpaid common charges due from, or any other default by, the owner of the mortgaged Unit.

Section 3. Notice of Default. The Board, when giving notice to a Unit Owner of a default in paying common charges or other default, shall send a copy of such notice to each holder of a mortgage covering such Unit whose name and address has therefore been furnished to the Board.

Section 4. Examination of Books. Each Unit Owner and each mortgagee of a Unit shall be permitted to examine the books of account of the Association at reasonable times, on business days, but not more often than once a month.

Section 5. Interest of Valid First Mortgagee. The interest of valid first mortgagee shall be superior to the interest of the Board in the event of a default, and nothing in this instrument shall be construed to the contrary. If the first mortgagee has incorporated the terms of these By-Laws, the Master Deed and the contract in its deed of trust, then said first mortgagee may at its option declare a default in its deed of trust by reason of any default hereunder, and may proceed to enforce its rights according to the terms of the deed of trust notwithstanding any enforcement instituted by the Board.


Definition of Terms

The terms used in these By-Laws, to the extent they are defined therein, shall have the same meaning as set forth in the Master Deed for Heritage Village Condominiums, of record in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Davidson County, Tennessee. The term "member" as used in these By-Laws, means "Unit Owner" as defined in the Master Deed.




A. These By-Laws are set forth to comply with the requirements of Chapter 27 of Title 66, Tennessee Code Annotated, as it may be amended from time to time, and to allow the By-Laws to control in specific situations where such law allows. In the event any of the By-Laws conflict with the provisions of said statute or of the Master Deed, the provisions of said statute or of the Master Deed, as the case may be, shall control.

B. These By-Laws are intended to supplement and amend the By-Laws previously filed for record in Book 4758, Page 190, et seq., Register’s Office for Davidson County, Tennessee, and attached as Exhibit "B" to the Master Deed of record in Book 4758, Page 179, in said Register’s Office. These By-Laws shall take precedent to and supersede any conflicting terms and/or requirements previously recorded prior hereto.



I, the undersigned, do hereby certify:

That, I am the duly elected and acting secretary of the Heritage Village Homeowners’ Association, a Tennessee Corporation, and, That, the foregoing By-Laws constitute the By-Laws of the said Association as duly adopted by unanimous consent of the Unit Owners as evidenced by their respective signatures attached to the Supplement and Amendment to the Master Deed of Heritage Village Condominium executed simultaneously herewith.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said Association this 2nd day of November, 1984.



Mary Jo McKelvey

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