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ARTICLE SIX

WATER DISTRICT REGULATIONS-SEVERABILITY-EXECUTION

 

RULES OF FRANKLIN COUNTY WATER DISTRICT

6.01   All rules of Franklin County Water District (or its successor) shall prevail.   As original Lessor, its rules and regulations shall be enforced as if they were a part of the Covenants and each Owner, lessee and sub-lessee of lots in the Development shall make himself aware of those rules and remain current as to changes.  An annual rental fee shall be due in advance to Franklin County Water District each year. The lots within the Development which lie within the leasehold estate leased from the Franklin County Water District shall be subject to the terms of this Article 6.01 of the Covenants.

 

SEVERABILITY

6.02   Invalidation of any one of these Covenants by judgment or court order or by conflict with Franklin County Water District rules and regulations shall in no way affect any other provision which shall remain in full force and effect.  In the event any of the provisions hereunder are declared void by a court of competent jurisdiction by reason of a period of time herein stated for which the same shall be effective, then, in that event, such terms shall be reduced to a period of time which shall not violate the rule against perpetuities as set forth under the laws of the State of Texas.