Boring, boring, boring, and not very important.
[There is no mention in these CC&Rs about the required City design review and issuance of a building permit, but it would be wise to check into that each time you make changes:
760-744-1050, ext. 3203.]
I am no lawyer, so please don’t depend on this, my non-legal non-binding interpretation of the Lancer Park Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Regulations. I’m providing it to you free of charge “as is” and it’s worth just what you paid for it. I used my best efforts to stay alert and awake while reading the aforesaid CC&Rs, but it was late at night, and I had a bad cold at the time. I was also taking several types of medications, and so could not have driven or operated heavy machinery at the time. I went to law school for one and a half years, but I didn't like it, and besides, that was 30+ years ago. This disclaimer is an attempt to keep you from relying on any part, portion or piece of the above written stuff. The possible exception might be if you have been legally adjudged to have diminished mental capacity, and you can show me your notarized certificate attesting to this. Then you have one weak excuse for stupidly relying on my flawed and biased translation. I can think of no other possible excuse. Neither I nor the Lancer Park Homeowners Association is responsible for the results of any defects that may be found to exist in this “Simplified” version of the CC&Rs, nor are we responsible for any lost profits or other consequential damages that may result from such defects. You should not assume that this “Simplification” is error-free or that it will be suitable for the particular purpose that you have in mind when using it. Let's just say that it is provided for entertainment purposes only. At the time this was written, none of the other HOA officers had seen it nor had they given their approval of it. They are purely innocent and unknowing non-parties to the production of this website. Some of them have read it later on, but they say they don’t understand it, and I believe them. I can’t say I really understand it myself. So in every case and every situation, read the copy that came with your house, consult a qualified attorney who is licensed to practice in California, and stay out of trouble!