Bella Vista Waterfront Condominiums
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i.                     any assessing entity; (b) for the payment of any Association common expense assessments which take priority over the lien of a First Mortgage; (c) for the payment of the lien of any First Mortgage; (d) for the payment of unpaid Association common expense assessments, other assessments, charges and fees, and all cost, expenses and fees incurred by the Association, including customary expenses of sale; (e) for payment of junior liens and encumbrances in the order of and to the extent of their priority; and (f) the balance remaining, if any, shall be paid to the Owner(s) of the Condominium Unit.

B.                  Damage or Destruction. Repair and Reconstruction. “Repair and Reconstruction” of the improvements, as used in the succeeding subparagraphs, means restoring the improvement(s) to substantially the same condition in which they existed prior to their damage or destruction, with each Condominium Unit and the General and Limited Common Elements having substantially the same vertical and horizontal boundaries as before, and all improvements being reconstructed or repaired in substantial conformance with the Building's original architectural plan and scheme, to the extent then reasonably and economically feasible. The proceeds of any insurance collected shall be available to the Association for the purpose of repair, reconstruction, restoration, or replacement, in accordance with the provisions hereinafter set forth:

i.                     Any loss covered by the property insurance policy maintained by the Association must be adjusted with the Association, and the insurance proceeds will be paid to the Association or an insurance trustee designated for such purpose and not to the holder of any Security Interest. The insurance trustee or the Association shall hold such insurance proceeds in trust for the Owners and lienholders as their interest may appear. Subject to the provisions of subparagraph ii. immediately below, the proceeds must be disbursed first to the repair or restoration of the damaged property, and the Association. Owners and lienholders shall not be entitled to receive payment of any portion of the proceeds unless there is a surplus of proceeds after the property has been completely repaired or restored or the Condominium is terminated in accordance with Paragraph 14.A, in either of which events the surplus shall be distributed as provided in Paragraph 14.A.ii. The Association may adopt and establish written nondiscriminatory policies and procedures relating to the submission of claims, and such other matters of claims adjustment. The Association shall have full authority, right and power as attorney-in-fact to cause the repair and reconstruction of the improvements. Assessments for common expenses shall not be abated during the period of insurance adjustments and repair and reconstruction.

ii.                   Any portion of the Building for which insurance is required under this Declaration must be repaired or replaced promptly by the Association unless (a) the Condominium is terminated in accordance with Paragraph 14.A, in which case the provisions of that Paragraph apply or (b) repair or replacement would be illegal under any state or local statute or ordinance governing health or safety.

C.                  Estimates. As soon as possible after the occurrence of a casualty which causes damage to any part of the Condominium for which the Association has insurance coverage, the Association shall obtain reliable and detailed cost estimates of the following:

i.                     The cost of restoring all damage caused by the casualty to the Common Elements (collectively, the “Common Element Costs”); and

ii.                   The cost of restoring that part of the damage caused by the Casualty to each Unit which is or would be covered by insurance held by the Association, without regard to the policy limits of such insurance (collectively, the “Unit Costs”).

D.         Adding Assessments. If the insurance proceeds are insufficient to repair and

reconstruct the improvements, such damage or destruction shall be promptly repaired and reconstructed by the Association as attorney-in-fact, using the proceeds of insurance and the proceeds of a Special Assessment. Such Special Assessment (to be known as an “Allocation Assessment”) shall be assessed against all Condominium Units in accordance with Paragraph 11.D hereof. The Association shall have full authority, right and power, as attorney-in-fact, to cause the repair, replacement or restoration of the improvements, using all of the insurance proceeds for such purpose, notwithstanding the failure of an Owner to pay the aforesaid Allocation Assessment. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Association shall have authority to assess negligent Unit Owners causing any loss all deductibles paid by the Association and any amount by which the insurance proceeds are insufficient to pay the costs of repair and reconstruction.

   E.   Owner's Responsibilities. Each Owner shall be responsible for the reconstruction, repair or replacement of the interior of his or her Unit, including, but not limited to, furniture, furnishings, floor coverings, wall coverings, window shades, draperies, interior walls, decorative light fixtures, all appliances located therein, and other items of personal property within the Unit. Each Owner shall also be responsible for the costs not otherwise covered by insurance carried by such Owner or the Association for any reconstruction, repair or replacement of any portion of the Condominium necessitated by his or her negligence or misuse, or the negligence or misuse by his or her family, tenants, guests, agents, servants, employees or contractors, as determined by the Board, in its sole discretion (whether or not a Special Assessment is made against other Owners initially to cover such costs). In the event damage to all or any part of the interior of an Owner's Unit is covered by insurance held by the Association for the benefit of such Owner, then such Owner shall, subject to the provisions above, begin construction or repair of such damage upon receipt of the insurance proceeds or any portion thereof from the Association, subject to the rights of the Association and such Unit's First Mortgagee to supervise, approve or disapprove such reconstruction or repair during the course thereof. In the event damage to all or any part of the interior of any Owner's Unit is not covered by insurance held by the Association for the benefit of such Owner, then such Owner shall, subject to the provisions above, begin reconstruction or repair of his Unit within sixty (60) days after the date of such damage, subject to the right of the Association to supervise, approve or disapprove such reconstruction or repair during the course thereof.

    F.         Obsolescence. Owners holding at least sixty-seven percent (67%) of the votes in the Association (other than those held by the Declarant, any other developer or builder) or First Mortgagees holding sixty-seven percent (67%) of the First Mortgages (based on one vote for each First Mortgage held) may agree that the Common Elements are obsolete and adopt a plan for the renewal and reconstruction thereof. If a plan for renewal or reconstruction is adopted, notice of such plan shall be recorded in Real Property Records of Montgomery County, Texas, and the expenses of renewal and reconstruction shall be payable by all of the Owners as a Common Expense, whether or not they have previously consented to the plan of renewal and reconstruction. The aforesaid Common Expense assessment for the renewal and reconstruction of the Common Elements shall be a debt of each Owner and a lien on its Condominium Unit, and may be enforced and collected as provided in Paragraph 11 hereof.

   G.          Condemnation. If at any time during the continuance of condominium ownership pursuant to this Declaration, all or any part of the Condominium shall be taken or condemned by any public authority, or sold or otherwise disposed of in lieu of or in avoidance thereof, the provisions of this Paragraph 0 shall apply:

ii.         All compensation, damages or other proceeds therefrom, the sum of which is hereafter called the “Condemnation Award,” shall be payable to the Association.

ii.         In the event that the entire Condominium is taken, condemned, sold or otherwise disposed of in lieu of or in avoidance thereof, the condominium ownership pursuant to this Declaration shall terminate. The Condemnation Award shall be apportioned among the Owners by the Board the same as if there had been a termination of the Condominium Project under Paragraph 14.A; provided, however, that if a standard different from the value of the Condominium as a whole is employed as the measure of the Condemnation Award in the negotiation, judicial decree or otherwise, then in determining such shares the same standard shall be employed to the extent it is relevant and applicable. The Association shall, as soon as practicable, determine the share of the Condemnation Award to which each Owner is entitled. Such shares shall be paid into separate accounts and disbursed, as soon as practicable, in the same manner as provided in Paragraph 14.A hereof.

iii.                 Subject to the rights of First Mortgagees provided in this Declaration, in the event that less than the entire Project is taken, condemned, sold or otherwise disposed of in lieu of or in avoidance thereof, the condominium ownership hereunder shall not terminate. Each Owner shall be entitled to a share of the Condemnation Award, to be determined in accordance with this Paragraph 14.C.v. As soon as practicable, the Association shall reasonably, and in good faith, allocate the Condemnation Award between compensation, damages or other proceeds and shall apportion the amounts so allocated among the Owners, as follows: (a) the total amount allocated to taking of or injury to the Common Elements (less any portion used for restoration or repair of the remaining Common Elements) shall be apportioned among the Owners in accordance with the Common Interest Ownership assigned to each Unit (but the portion of the award attributable to the acquisition of a Limited Common Element shall be equally divided among the Owners of the Units to which that Limited Common Element was allocated at the time of acquisition); (b) the total amount allocated to severance damages shall be apportioned to those Units which were not taken or condemned and which in the sole judgment of the Association were damaged; (c) the respective amounts allocated to the taking of or damage to a particular Unit, and to the improvements an Owner has made within his Condominium Unit, shall be apportioned to the particular Unit involved; and (d) the total amount allocated to consequential damages and any other takings or injuries shall be apportioned as the Association determines to be equitable in the circumstances, or as determined by the judicial decree. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Declaration except the preceding sentence, the allocation of the Condemnation Award to each affected Unit shall be based on the comparative values of the affected Units as they existed immediately prior to the condemnation, using such evidence of the appraised values as is then available, including, but not limited to, recent MAI appraisals of the affected property or comparable property. If the allocation of the Condemnation Award is already established in negotiations, judicial decree or otherwise, then in allocating the Condemnation Award, the Association shall employ such allocation to the extent it is relevant and applicable. Apportioned proceeds shall be disbursed, as soon as practicable, in the same manner as provided in Paragraph 14.B hereof.

iv.                 Any reconstruction and repair necessitated by condemnation shall be governed by the procedures specified in Paragraph 14.B hereof.

v.                   If a Unit is acquired by eminent domain or part of a Unit is acquired by eminent domain leaving the Owner with a remnant which may not practically or lawfully be used for any purpose permitted by the Declaration, the Owner(s) thereof shall automatically cease to be a member(s) of the Association, shall cease to hold any right, title or interest in the remaining Common Elements, and shall execute any and all documents necessary to accomplish the same and the award will include compensation to the Owner for that Unit and its undivided interest in the Common Elements whether or not any Common Elements are acquired. The Condemnation Award as to each such completely taken Condominium Unit shall be paid into a separate account and disbursed, as soon as practicable, to the Owner of such Condominium Unit and its First Mortgagee in the same manner as provided in Paragraph 14.A hereof. Upon acquisition, unless the decree otherwise provides, that Unit's undivided interest in the Common Elements shall be reallocated to the remaining Units in proportion to the respective Common Elements of those Units before the taking. Any remnant of a Unit remaining after a part of a Unit is taken pursuant to this subsection (5) is thereafter a Common Element.

vi.                 Except as provided in subsection (5) above, if part of a Unit is acquired by eminent domain, the award must compensate the Owner for the reduction in value of the Unit and its undivided interest in the Common Elements whether or not any Common Elements are acquired. Upon acquisition, unless the decree otherwise provides, the Unit's interest in the Common Elements shall be reduced and determined by dividing the square footage of the remainder of the Unit by the total square footage of all Units in the Project after the trucing, but the Unit's vote and share of assessments for common expenses shall remain the same. The reallocation of Common Elements pursuant to this Section shall be confirmed by an Amendment to this Declaration prepared, executed and recorded by the Association.

     H.          Notice to First Mortgagees. In the event of substantial damage to or destruction of any Unit or any part of the Common Elements, any First Mortgagee shall be entitled to timely written notice of any such damage or destruction at the address appearing in the Book of Mortgages, and no provision hereof shall entitle an Owner or any other party to the priority granted to such First Mortgagee with respect to the distribution of any insurance proceeds attributable thereto. In the event any Unit or portion thereof, or the Common Elements or any portion thereof, is made the subject matter of any condemnation or eminent domain proceedings or is otherwise sought to be acquired by a condemning authority, any First Mortgagee shall be entitled to timely written notice of any such proceeding or proposed acquisition at the address appearing in the Book of Mortgages, and no provision hereof shall entitle an Owner or any other party to the priority granted to such First Mortgagee with respect to the distribution of the proceeds of any award or settlement attributable thereto.

2.                 Restrictions on Use

The Board may and is authorized to, from time to time, institute, invoke, amend, and terminate nondiscriminatory Rules and Regulations which the Board may deem necessary or convenient to insure compliance with the general guidelines of this Declaration. In that regard, the following restrictions, covenants and conditions are placed upon each Unit in the Condominium as a general plan or scheme of restrictions for the benefit of each Unit.

A.                  Permitted Uses of Units

i.                     After the initial sale or transfer by Declarant, the primary use of each Unit shall be for residential purposes only, with occupancy not to exceed two (2) adult persons per bedroom, unless higher occupancy is mandated by public agencies that enforce compliance with the familial status protection of the Fair Housing Act. Unit may not be used for any commercial or business purpose other than for a home office for which there is no vehicular or walk-in traffic and no visible evidence of a commercial or business purpose.

ii.                   Notwithstanding the generality of the foregoing, so long as Declarant owns any of the Units which are for sale, Declarant and its employees, representatives and agents may maintain business, leasing and/or sales offices, sales models and other sales facilities within the Condominium as Declarant shall deem appropriate. In addition, Declarant or its nominees may temporarily use the Common Elements and unsold Units to facilitate the construction of the Building.

B.                 Alterations, Additions and Improvements

i.                     No alterations of any portion of the Common Elements or additions or improvements thereon shall be made by any Owner without the prior written approval of the Board of Directors or the Association. No Owner shall make any structural modification or substantial improvement to or alteration of or to his or her Unit, except in a manner authorized in writing by the Board or the Association. In that respect, to the extent deemed necessary by the Board, all payment and performance bonds required by the Association or Declarant, names of all contractors, subcontractors and other parties which will be involved therewith, plans, specifications, mechanical and engineering drawings and renderings for any proposed structural modification or substantial alteration, improvement to or modification of a Unit must be submitted, no less than thirty (30) days prior to the date of commencement of such work, by such Owner to the Board for review and approval. The Board may impose such specifications and requirements as it may reasonably deem necessary in connection therewith, and has the right to approve or deny any of such alterations, additions, modifications or improvements, or the contractors, subcontractors or other personnel performing same, so that, among other reasons, the quality, integrity and safety of the Condominium can be promoted and in order to insure that the alterations, additions, improvements and modifications (a) are consistent and compatible with the existing Building and (b) do not encourage or involve a violation of the Condominium Documents. In addition, the Board shall cause the Association to notify the applicable Owner that all alterations, additions, improvements and modifications shall be subject to any and all applicable governmental requirements. In the event any Owner constructs or causes to be constructed any alteration, addition, improvement or other modification to his or her Unit which encroaches on any Common Element or any other Unit, the Board may require such Owner, at his or her sole cost and expense, to remove such encroachment and to restore and repair any damage caused by same or attributable thereto. No approval by the Board of any such alterations, additions, modifications or improvements, or the plans, specifications, mechanical and engineering drawings and renderings, or the contractors, subcontractors or other personnel performing same, will be or constitute any representation or warranty by the Board as to the adequacy or sufficiency thereof, or of the compliance of same with any applicable laws, codes or ordinances. All alterations, additions, modifications or improvements must be performed in a prompt, diligent and professional manner, must comply with the plans, specifications, mechanical and engineering drawings and renderings submitted to the Board (with any requisite changes, additions, modifications or alterations thereto (which may be imposed by the Board), and must comply with all applicable codes, ordinances, laws and regulations applicable thereto.

ii.                   No Owner shall erect antennae, aerials, awnings or other exterior attachments, or place any reflective material in the windows of a Unit or on the Balcony thereof. Except as expressly provided herein, no Unit shall be altered, remodeled, subdivided or converted into more than one dwelling unit. All windows in a Unit shall have draperies, blinds or shutters installed and shall be subject to the Rules and Regulations. No window covering may be of a color which does not correspond to the color of the exterior of the Condominium.

iii.                 No Owner shall install colored lights or light fixtures presenting the same effect, which are visible from outside the Building.

iv.                 Holiday decorations, including lights, which are visible from outside a Unit may not be put up more than thirty (30) days prior to a national or religious holiday and must be removed within ten (10) days after such holiday.

v.                   No Owner shall make any alteration or modification involving plumbing, electricity and fire protection systems, and/or heating, ventilating, air conditioning Systems, or the mechanical or structural systems within such Owner's Unit or the Common Elements, without first ensuring that any proposed alteration or modification complies with all applicable governmental requirements, submitting plans and specifications therefor and the name, address and telephone number of any contractor to the Association and securing the prior written approval of the Association. Such prior written approval is required to insure that the alterations or modifications: (i) are consistent and compatible with the existing Building, and (ii) do not encourage or involve a violation of the Condominium Documents.

vi.                 Other than appliances in the kitchens of Units, no apparatus for cooking is allowed to be used in any Unit or on any balcony appurtenant thereto, including but not limited to barbeque pits, grills, smokers, open flame fire pits, or deep fryers.

vii.               No Owner shall enclose or make any alteration or modification of any nature whatsoever to such Owner's Balcony, which shall alter the external appearance of the Balcony. The furnishings on each Balcony shall be subject to the approval of the Association so as to insure a uniform appearance of the Building. No objects or things shall be stored on a Balcony and no item shall be placed temporarily on or hung from a Balcony, which shall impair the uniform appearance of the Building. No outside clothes or drying lines shall be installed or permitted to be installed from a Balcony or the Common Elements. In addition to the restrictions on use set out above, all balconies must be kept in a neat and orderly manner. No more than four (4) plants may be kept on a balcony at any one time, and all such plants must be contained within the balcony. Any furniture placed on a balcony must be kept clean and in good condition.

viii.             No Owner may alter the floor assembly, which is designed to mitigate sound transmission, without approval of the Board and, in the Board's sole discretion, certification by a qualified engineer that such alternative floor system has equal or greater sound transmission mitigation properties (as measured by the STC Rating of the alternative floor system). Any wood, tile or other hard surface flooring within a Unit shall have such sub-flooring as the Association may require to insure that such wood, tile or other hard surface flooring shall not create a nuisance or disturbance to other Owners.

ix.                 Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, the Board’s failure to approve or deny an Owner’s request for alterations, additions, modifications, or improvements within thirty (30) days of the Board’s receipt of the same shall constitute a denial of such request.

C.                  Leases.

i.                     Rules and Regulations for Leasing. Prior to the leasing of any Unit, each Owner must comply with the provisions of this Section.

ii.                   Form and Content of Proposed Lease Agreements.

a)              Any and all lease or rental agreements must be in writing.

b)              Units may be leased only in their entirety; no fraction may be leased.

c)               No more than four (4) persons may reside in any leased Unit at one time.

d)              No transient lessee may be accommodated therein.

e)              Each Lease shall specify, by name, those persons intending to occupy the unit pursuant to the Lease.

f)                All leases must be for a term not less than six (6) months.

g)              Any lease of a Unit in the Condominium shall be deemed to contain the following provisions, whether or not expressly therein stated, and each Owner covenants and agrees that any lease of a Unit shall contain the following language and agrees the if such language is not expressly contained therein, then, such language shall be incorporated into such lease by virtue of the existence of this covenant. Any lessee, by occupancy in a Unit, agrees to the applicability of this covenant and incorporation of this covenant and following language into the lease:

h)              Lessee acknowledges that certain promises made to Lessor are made for the benefit of Condominium Association, Inc. (the “Association”) relating the Association (“Bylaws”) and Rules and Regulations of the Association (“Rules”). In order to enforce the provisions of this Agreement made for the Association’s benefit, Lessee agrees and acknowledges, and Lessor authorizes, that in the event of Lessee’s breach or violation of any of the provisions of the Declaration, Bylaws, or Rules, as they may be amended from time to time, such breach shall constitute a breach or violation of the Lease and the Lessee shall be default thereunder, and the Association shall be authorized (but not obligated), without joinder or authorization from the Owner of the Unit, to take any and all action against the Lessee available at law or equity, including, but not limited to, all remedies available to a landlord upon breach or default of a lease agreement by the Lessee, including the eviction of the Lessee by forcible entry and detainer action brought by the Association. Failure by the Association to enforce any of its rights shall in no event be deemed a waiver of the right to do so thereafter.

i)                Lessee shall comply strictly with all provisions of the Declaration, Bylaws and Rules as any of the foregoing may be lawfully amended from time to time. Lessee shall control the conduct of his or her family, guests and invitees in order to assure compliance with the foregoing and shall indemnify and hold Lessor and the Association harmless for any such person’s failure to comply. Lessee acknowledges that the violation by Lessee or any of the parties described for whose conduct Lessee is responsible to control of any provision in the Declaration, Bylaws or Rules shall constitute a default under this lease.

j)                It shall be the obligation of the Owner to provide the lessee of such Owner’s unit with copies of the Declaration, Bylaws and Rules prior to entry into any lease covering such unit; such copies to be made available to such Owners and Lessees for such purpose by the Association for reproduction cost.

iii.                 Remedies of the Association

a)              The Owner of the Unit shall be jointly and severally liable with the lessee of his Unit for any and all violations of the Declaration, Bylaws and Rules, for any fines levied against any such lessee by the Association, for any attorneys’ fees, costs, court costs, or other amounts incurred as a result of any violation and for damages to the Condominium including, without limitation, the Common Elements or Building, caused by such lessee. Provided, however, that an Owner shall not be liable for, or responsible for any criminal acts of such lessee.

b)              Further, in the event the Association proceeds to evict a lessee, any costs, including attorney’s fees and court costs, associated with the eviction shall be specially assessed against the Unit and the Owner thereof, such being deemed herby as an expense which benefits the leased Unit and the owner thereof.

c)               The Association shall have the authority to enforce any violations of the Declaration, or Rules and Regulations by appropriate judicial relief, including injunctions and suit for damages. In any such lawsuit, the Association shall be entitled to reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.

D.                 Offensive Activities. No unlawful, noxious or offensive activity shall be conducted or carried on in any Unit, or upon the Common Elements or anywhere else in the Condominium, nor shall anything be done therein or thereon which may be or become an annoyance or a nuisance to other Owners or the neighborhood or cause unreasonable noise or disturbance to others, or which shall interfere in any manner with any Owner's quiet enjoyment of his or her Unit. No Owner shall do or permit anything to be done or keep anything or permit anything to be kept in his or her Unit or on the Common Elements that would increase the rate of or invalidate the coverage afforded by insurance on the Condominium. No Owner shall store any environmentally hazardous, dangerous, explosive or inflammable liquids or other like materials either in his or her Unit or upon the Common Elements.

E.                  Signage. No signs of any type may be placed in the windows or on the balcony of any Unit, except as follows: (1) one “For Sale” or “For Rent” sign may be placed in a window of a Unit, provided that the sign is no more than eight square feet in area; (2) one political sign supporting any candidate for election or other matter subject of a vote of the general population may be placed in a window of a Unit, provided that any such sign may not be put up more than sixty (60) days before the election or other vote, and must be removed within ten (10) days after the election or other vote. No Owner may make use of more than two political signs at any one time. Provided, however, that nothing contained herein shall be deemed to prohibit or restrict in any manner the right of Declarant to construct and maintain such promotional signs and other sales aids on any portion of the Condominium (other than Units which have been sold) which, in the reasonable judgment of the Declarant are necessary or helpful for its sales program.

F.                  Pets/Animals

i.                     An Owner may keep domestic animals such as birds, fish, dogs, and cats within a Unit as provided in the Bylaws. All animals shall be registered with the Association in such manner as it shall require and shall have the care and restraint so as not to be obnoxious or offensive on account of noise, odor or unsanitary condition. Any Owner who causes any animal to be brought or kept upon the premises of the Condominium shall always keep such animal on a leash (if not within such Owner's Unit), and shall indemnify and hold the Association harmless from and against any loss, damage, cost or liability which the Association may sustain as a result of the presence of such animal on the premises, whether or not the Association has given its permission. The Association may levy a fine, not to exceed One Hundred and No/100 Dollars ($100.00) per occurrence or per day (as the case may be), for violations of this provision. Notwithstanding the generality of the foregoing, if after (i) three (3) violations of this provision, and/or violations of the Rules concerning pets (ii) ten (10) days' prior written notice to the Owner of such animal, if such Owner can be located, and (iii) an opportunity for such Owner to have a hearing before the Board, such animal is found to be in violation of this Paragraph 15.F. The Owner of such animal shall give such animal to whomever such Owner desires (not within the Condominium), failing which such animal may be taken from such Owner and given to the Polk County Animal Service Center. If such Owner cannot be located, such animal may be given to the Polk County Animal Service Center. Should the Board elect to disallow all keeping of pets or any type of pets in any Unit or elect to further restrict or expand the rights and obligations set forth herein regarding pets, it may do so by enacting Rules outlining such changes and conditions.

No animals, snakes, livestock, or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept in the Condominium, except that non-dangerous dogs, cats, or other common household pets may be kept, provided they are not kept, bred, or maintained for commercial purposes. No more than three (3) common household pets will be permitted in the Condominium. If common household pets are kept, such pets must be restrained and confined on the Owner’s Lot. It is the pet owner’s responsibility to keep the outside clean and free of pet debris. Pets must be on a

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