No resubdivision of any single Lot shall be allowed, if any resulting Lot will be smaller in size than any of the Lots resubdivided, prior to resubdivision, except that nothing contained herein shall prohibit the owner of a Lot from conveying by deed or easement a portion of a Lot to an adjoining Lot owner for the purpose of curing an encroachment or setback violation. Nothing contained herein shall prohibit conveyance of more than one Lot, or portions of contiguous Lots, as long as the resulting Lot or Lots are greater in size than those originally subdivided. The deed of conveyance of any such resubdivided or recombined Lots shall restrict the construction thereon to one Living Unit per redivided Lot, so that the maximum number of homes which can be constructed within each Community shall not increase. Upon the recombination of any Lots to reduce the total number of allowable building Lots within a Community, for purposes of membership in the Association and for purposes of the payment of dues and assessments, any recombined Lots shall be considered a single Lot upon recordation of a plat so showing in the office of the Register of Deeds of Craven County. Furthermore, should any Lot be determined by Declarant to be unbuildable, and should such Lot then be deeded to the Association as Association Property, or dedicated by Declarant as recreation or open space area for the benefit of the Association, all by document duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Craven County, there shall be no further dues or assessments owed from the date of such recordation; however, any dues prepaid shall not be reimbursed.