1. An Owner proposing to install a Protected Antenna shall be deemed to warrant to the Association and agree that the Protected Antenna for the Owner’s Unit will be installed and maintained, at the Owner’s sole cost and expense, in a diligent and workmanlike manner and in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations. The Protected Antenna shall be installed by a qualified, licensed and bonded contractor to install any Protected Antenna under a contract with the Owner in which the contractor acknowledges and agrees that the contractor shall have no lien rights with respect to any property other than the Unit of the Owner. The Owner shall deliver a copy of such contract to the Association. 2. Prior to installing any Protected Antenna, the Owner proposing the installation shall deliver reasonable evidence to the Board that any applicable warranty will not be voided as a result of the installation or presence of the Protected Antenna. The Owner shall deliver to the Board a copy of any plans and specifications for the installation of the Protected Antenna. Such plans and the installation shall conform with good engineering and construction practices and shall demonstrate that the installation or maintenance will not adversely affect the building or any Unit. In particular, the installation shall not, without the consent of the Board, which it may withhold in its sole discretion, penetrate the exterior of the building. The Board may have the installation inspected by a member of the Board, the Managing Agent or its consulting engineer or architect at such stages as the Board deems prudent, provided such inspections do not materially delay the installation.n n

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