9. Deposits. To require a reasonable deposit in connection with the proposed erection of any building or structure, fence, detached building, outbuilding, swimming pool, tennis courts, or
other structure in the Property approved in accordance with section 8 of this Article V and Article VI of this Indenture, in order to provide that upon completion of the project, all debris shall be removed from the site and from adjacent Lots and parcels, and that any and all damages to subdivision improvements shall be repaired.
10. Insurance. To purchase and maintain in force such insurance as they may deem appropriate, including, but not limited to, property insurance and liability insurance protecting the Trustees and the Owners from any and all claims for personal injuries and property damage arising from use of the Common Property and facilities.
11. Employment. In exercising the rights, powers and privileges granted to them and in discharging the duties imposed upon them by the provisions of this Indenture, from time to time to enter into contracts, employ agents, servants and labor as they may deem necessary or advisable, and to defend suits brought against them individually or collectively in their capacity as Trustees.
12. Condemnation. In the event it shall become necessary for any public agency to acquire all or any part of the Common Property for a public purpose, the Trustees are hereby authorized to negotiate with such public agency for such acquisition and to execute instruments necessary to that purpose. Should acquisition by eminent domain become necessary, only the Trustees need be made parties, and any proceeds received shall be held by the Trustees for the benefit of those entitled to the use of said Common Property.
13. Variances. To grant variances from the provisions of this Indenture where, in the sole discretion of the Trustees, due cause therefor is demonstrated by an Owner.
ARTICLE VI ARCHITECTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
From and after the conveyance of an improved Lot by First Party, no building, fence, wall or other structure, swimming pool or tennis courts shall be commenced, erected or maintained on such Lot, nor shall any exterior addition to, removal of all or any part thereof, or exterior change or alteration (structural or nonstructural) in any improvement on such Lot be made, nor shall any item, apparatus or device be attached to or the color or other exterior appearance of any structure upon any such Lot be changed until the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, shape, height, materials, colors and location of the same shall have been submitted to and approved in writing as to harmony of external design,
types of materials, colors and location in relation to surrounding structures and topography by the Trustees, or by an architectural committee composed of three (3) or more representatives appointed by the Trustees. Reference herein to 'Architectural Control Committee,' shall refer either to the aforesaid committee, if appointed and constituted, or to the Trustees, whichever happens to be acting at the time. In the event the Architectural Control Committee fails to approve or disapprove any design, materials, colors or location within forty-five (45) days after all required plans and specifications have been submitted to it (and fees, if required, have been paid), approval will not be required and this provision
will be deemed to have been fully complied with. The Architectural Control Committee is authorized where it deems appropriate to charge a review fee for any submission to defray the costs of reviews it conducts or authorizes.