Second Amendment to the By-Laws

Pursuant to notice duly given, a meeting of Unit Owners of Drummer Farms Condominium was held on November 8, 1984.  In accordance with the provisions of ARTICLE XIII of the By-Laws of Drummer Farms Condominium recorded with Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in Book 12679, Page 029, the following amendments were duly adopted:

1. That ARTICLE II, Section 1.  Place of the By-Laws be amended by inserting in the third line thereof immediately preceding the work Massachusetts “Acton”.

2.  That ARTICLE II, Section 2.  Annual Meeting of the By-Laws be amended by deleting therefrom the following “The first annual meeting of unit owners of Drummer Farms Condominium Trust shall be held on   for the purpose of transacting such business as may legally come before it.  Thereafter a meeting of the unit owners shall be held on the second Wednesday of October in each year,” and inserting in place thereof the following “The Annual Meeting of unit owner of Drummer Farms Condominium Trust shall be held on the second Thursday of November, in each year,”.

3.  That ARTICLE V of the By-Laws be amended by deleting the heading “Fiscal Year” and the first sentence thereof and substituting in place thereof “Fiscal Year and Budget Year” as the heading and “The fiscal year of the Trust shall be the calendar year.  The budget year of the Trust shall be the twelve (12) months beginning April 1 and ending March 31.”

4.  That ARTICLE VII of the By-Laws be amended by deleting “on January 1,” from the first line thereof and substituting therefore “on April 1,” and further by deleting “calendar year” from lines three and four thereof and substituting therefore “budget year”.  Further, amending the second paragraph of said ARTICLE VII by deleting the word “calendar year” in the third sentence thereof and substituting therefore the words “budget year” and further by deleting the period at the end of said sentence three and adding thereto “or added to the reserve fund.”  Finally, by deleting the words “calendar year” in sentence four of said paragraph two and inserting therein “budget year”.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Trustees with the consent of the Unit Owners required to consent hereto, have executed and delivered this Amendment.

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Elaine M. Rosmond    Bernard F. Polselli

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Kenneth E. Gould    Leo Jerry Bowes

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John F. Brown
AMENDMENT TO
BY-LAWS OF DRUMMER FARMS CONDOMINIUM

Pursuant to notice duly given, the annual meeting of Unit Owners of Drummer Farms Condominium was held on November 13, 1985.  In accordance with the provisions of ARTICLE XIII of the By-Laws of Drummer Farms Condominium recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in Book 12679, Page 029, the following amendments were duly adopted:

1.  ARTICLE  , Section .  Unpaid Common Charges.  In the event any payment required hereunder shall remain unpaid for more than fifteen (15) days after its due date by any Unit Owner, such Unit Owner shall be obligated to pay a Five ($5.00) Dollar penalty,  interest which shall accrue at the rate of one and one half (1 ½%) percent per month on such common charges, together with all expenses, including attorney's fees incurred by the Trustees in collecting the same.  The Unit Owner shall also reimburse the Trust for any cost incurred by the Trust due to a check being returned due to insufficient funds.  All such sum(s) shall constitute a lien on the Unit pursuant to the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 183A, Section 6 and the Trustees may seek to recover such common charges, interest and expenses by an action to recover the same brought against such Unit Owner or by foreclosure of the lien on such Unit as provided in Section 6 of Chapter 183A of the Massachusetts General Laws.

2.  ARTICLE  , Section .  Foreclosure of Liens for Unpaid Common Charges.  In any action brought by the Trustees to foreclose a lien on a Unit because of unpaid common charges, the Unit Owner shall be required to pay a reasonable rental for the use of his Unit and the plaintiff in such foreclosure action shall be entitled to the appointment of a receiver to collect the same.  The Trustees, acting on behalf of all Unit Owners, shall have power to purchase such Unit at the foreclosure sale and to acquire, hold, lease, mortgage, convey or otherwise deal with the same.  A suit to recover a money judgment for unpaid common charges shall be maintainable without foreclosing or waiving the lien securing the same.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Trustees with the consent of the Unit Owners required to consent hereto, have executed and delivered this Amendment.

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Elaine M. Rosmond    Barry S. Harsip

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Paul Kohout     Peter Harper

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Peg Hurd

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS

Then personally appeared the above-named, Elaine M. Rosmond, President of Drummer Farms Condominium Trust and acknowledged the foregoing instrument to be the free act and deed of Drummer Farms Condominium Trust, before me

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