|Rules and Regualtion Enforcement|
The Board of Directors is empowered by the documents of the Association to enforce the Association's Rules and Regulations, By-laws and CC&R's. The need for enforcement arises when owners and residents or their guests are negligent in their responsibility to the community in such matters as:
The Board may levy fine assessments for violations of rules and conduct or may obtain court injunctions to restrain continuing violations. Legal action on behalf of the Association is expensive but necessary to protect the best interest of all Homeowners and residents. Individuals who act contrary to the association's documents, which we have all agreed to abide, create a financial burden on each and every homeowner.
Tenants are bound by the same Rules and Regulations, By-laws and CC&R's as homeowners and are subject to enforcement by the Board of Directors. The homeowner has primary responsible to the Association for payment of regular monthly assessments, fine assessments due to violations, and special assessments resulting from damage caused to community property by tenants and/or their guests. The tenant’s responsibility, if any, for payment of assessments and fine assessments is a matter of agreement between the homeowner and tenant
|Each and every Homeowner shares an equal responsibility and duty for monitoring adherence to the Rules and Regulations, CC&R's and other legal documents of the Association and reporting any violations. The Board of Directors cannot take responsibility for reporting all violations. Violations should be reported, in writing, to the Management Company. For your convenience, the Board has developed a Violation Report Form. All written correspondence should contain date, date incident occurred, parties involved, action desired, and signature and will remain confidential. Anonymously written letters or emails will not be responded to.|
|Notice of Violations|
|A violation notice or letter will be issued for each observed/reported violation of the Rules & Regulation’s. In addition to Homeowner reported violations, the property manager conducts regular on-site property inspections. As a convenience and as a means of communicating any problems, a “Notice of Violation” will be issued for each violation observed by the manager. Ten (10) days will be given to correct the violation. Subsequent violations for the same offense may or may not have a specified correction time.|