[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Munsey Park as indicated in § 141-1 (Part 2 of the 1971 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
"Eighth: Modification of Restrictions Other Than Use: The Corporation, with the consent of the owner of any lot, shall have the right, by an instrument duly recorded in the office of the proper recording officer, to modify or release any of the restrictions herein set forth or provided for other than the restrictions contained in paragraph First or Third hereof whenever, in its opinion, such modification or release will be advantageous to the harmonious development of the lot and will, in its opinion, not be detrimental to the adjacent property."
"Ninth: Change of Use: The classification of use established by paragraph Third hereof or by any supplementary declaration affecting other property hereafter subjected to these restrictions pursuant to paragraph Seventh hereof may be modified, changed or annulled as to all or any part of the property subject thereto (subject always to the restrictions contained in paragraph First hereof) by an instrument duly recorded in the office of the proper recording officer, duly executed by the Corporation together with the then owners of record of not less than 2/3 in the area of the property (exclusive of streets and public spaces) which shall abut on either side of the street or streets upon which the property affected abuts and within 300 feet of the property affected or lying within the same block as the property affected and within 300 feet thereof, provided that the consent shall not be required of the owner of any property not then subjected to this declaration or a supplementary declaration, and provided further that after the filing of a certificate of dissolution of the Corporation, such instrument need not be executed by the Corporation, but if the Corporation shall have assigned its powers hereunder as provided in paragraph Twelfth hereof, such instrument need be duly executed by such assignee. Such instruments shall specify the property affected thereby, and the use or uses to which such property may thereafter be put."
"Tenth: Duration of Restrictions: All of the restrictions contained herein or in any supplementary declaration shall run with the land and inure to the benefit of the successor owners thereof (subject to the rights of change or modification herein provided for) until January 1, 1970, and shall as then in force be continued automatically and without further notice from that time for a period of 20 years, and thereafter for successive periods of 20 years each without limitation unless not less than five years prior to January 1, 1970, or not less than five years prior to the end of any successive twenty-year period thereafter a written agreement shall be recorded with the proper recording officer, by the terms of which any of said restrictions may be changed, modified or extinguished in whole or in part as to all of the property then subject thereto or such part thereof as many be described in the said agreement, in the manner and to the extent set forth in the said agreement, which shall be duly executed and acknowledged by the then owners of record of more than 1/2 in area of the premises therein described other than streets and other public property. In the event that any such written agreement of change or modification be duly executed and recorded, the original restrictions as therein modified shall continue in force for successive periods of 20 years each unless and until further changed, modified or extinguished in the manner herein provided. Such agreement when recorded shall be effective as of January 1, 1970, or as of the end of the succeeding twenty-year period during which said agreement shall be recorded."
"Eleventh: Definitions: For the purposes of these restrictions, the following words shall have the following meanings: