HEATHER WALK DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM
page D-3   ARTICLE III   IDENTIFICATION OF UNITS
The Condominium property consists essentially of all units in the buildings and other improvements as set forth in Exhibit No. 1 attached
hereto and for the purpose of identification, all units in the buildings located on said Condominium property are given identifying numbers
and all buildings are given identifying numbers and same are delineated on the Survey Exhibits, collectively identified as "Exhibit No. 1",
hereto attached and made a part of this Declaration. No unit in a building bears the same identifying number as does any other unit in a
building and no building in the Condominium bears the same identifying number as does any other building in the Condominium. The
aforesaid identifying number as to the unit and number as to the building is also the identification as to the parcel.

The said Exhibit No. 1 also contains a survey of the land, graphic description of the improvements in which the units are located, and a
plot plan and, together with this Declaration, they are in sufficient detail to identify the location, dimensions and size of the common
elements and of each unit, as evidenced by the Certificate of the Registered Land Surveyor hereto attached. The legend and notes
contained within the said Exhibit are incorporated herein and made a part hereof by reference.
HEATHER WALK DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM
page D-3   ARTICLE IV  OWNERSHIP OF COMMON ELEMENTS
Each of the unit owners of the Condominium shall own an undivided interest in the common elements and limited common elements, and
the undivided interest, stated as percentages of such ownership in the said common elements and limited common elements, is set forth
on Exhibit A, which is annexed to this Declaration and made a part hereof.

The fee title to each Condominium parcel shall include both the Condominium unit and the above respective undivided interest in the
common elements, said undivided interest in the common elements to be deemed to be conveyed or encumbered with its respective
Condominium unit. Any attempt to separate the fee title to a Condominium unit from the undivided interest in the common elements
appurtenant to each unit shall be null and void. The term "common elements", when used throughout this Declaration, shall mean both
common elements and limited common elements, unless the context otherwise specifically requires.
HEATHER WALK DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM
DEFINITIONS: page D-1 ARTICLE I  &  page D-17 ARTICLE XIII

page D-1 ARTICLE I  Definitions
D. Common Elements, means the portions of the Condominium property not included in the Units.

E. Limited Common Elements, means and includes those common elements which are reserved for the use of a certain unit
or units, to the exclusion of all other units.

page D-17 ARTICLE XIII  USE AND OCCUPANCY
The common elements of the Condominium include a recreation building with improvements therein and a swimming pool adjacent
thereto, plus an additional swimming pool and a wading pool.