Shores of Shawnee Bend Luxury Condominiums

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Board of Directors

Travis Siebert
President
Anthony Morengo
Vice President
Leldon Sweet
Treasurer

 

Rules and Regulations

PREAMBLE
The rules set forth in this document are based on the By-Laws and Declarations of this Association. Our primary concerns are the appearance of your property, goodwill and the safety of you, your guests and your neighbors. Other considerations in the development of these rules are general courtesy, common sense and basic good judgment. The management acting as agents of the Association has the authority to enforce all of the rules set forth in this document. The Association also has the responsibility to enforce the rules and regulations established by the Board, evict violators, issue fines, and obtain the assistance of law enforcement agencies if needed. However, the first step to resolving any problem is the willingness of you, the homeowner, to file a complaint with management.

Article I
Building and Grounds

  1. Quiet hours are from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. During this time, please remember to be considerate of your neighbors. No obnoxious or offensive activity shall be carried on in any area of the complex (individual units or the common areas) either knowingly or negligently which may be an annoyance or nuisance to other owners or occupants.
  2. The use of charcoal fired barbecue grills within any building or deck area is prohibited. Charcoal grills will be removed from the building deck.
  3. Use caution with electric and gas grills by keeping them away from the building and railings. Owners should use caution in locating grills to avoid damage to the exterior of the buildings. Any such damage shall be the sole responsibility of the Owner.
  4. The general appearance and cleanliness of all outside decks is the responsibility of each unit owner and/or his guests. Care should be exercised when washing down or sweeping to prevent debris from littering decks of your neighbors below,
  5. Nothing may be place over outside railing for drying purposes.
  6. It is the owner's responsibility to control their children and guests' children while on the property. There shall be no climbing or playing on entries, railings, fences, ladders, etc. on the property. Minors shall be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
  7. The common elements shall be kept free and clear of rubbish, debris and other unsightly materials, decorations or furniture. Cigarette butts must be disposed of in proper containers. All trash shall be in plastic bags and placed inside the trash hoppers. The Association may permit furniture in specified common areas by written approval prior to placement of any such farniture. Any such approval is revocable at any time at the discretion of the Association.
  8. Burning of refuse is prohibited on the premises. Fireworks, firearms and air guns may not be discharged on the property at any time. Violators will be subject to Camden County law enforcement.
  9. The throwing or launching of any projectiles in the complex is prohibited. This includes but is not limited to stones, rocks and water balloons.
  10. It is not the responsibility of the management to provide unit keys to guests of unit owners.
  11. Prior written approval from the Association must be given to hang decorative signs or ornaments on the outside wall of the primary entrance side of the unit.
  12. The approved window treatments facing the exterior of the building are dark brown wood colored blinds.
  13. In addition to the weatherization period, owners must turn the water and the water heater breaker off each time they leave the condo for extended periods (i.e. from weekend to weekend) to minimize the possibility of damage to units around them. The owner will be liable for damages for violation of this rule.
  14. Each unit owner shall comply strictly with the provisions of any recorded Condominium Declarations and Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and any amendments thereto.
  15. Owners shall not cause or permit any change in utilities or anything to be placed on the outside walls, decks or balconies of the building such as, but not limited to, signs, awnings, shutters, radio or television antennas, satellite television receiving equipment without the prior approval of the Board.
  16. No work of any kind shall be done upon the exterior building walls or upon the common element by any unit owner. Such works is the responsibility of the Association.
  17. The managing agent or the Board shall retain a passkey to each unit. No owner shall alter any lock or install a new lock on any door leading into a unit without prior consent and, if such consent is given, the owner shall provide a key for the managing agent's of the Boards use along with any access code that may be required to disarm the security system.

Article II
Pets

  1. Renters are not permitted to have a pet. Owners are allowed no more than one common domestic pet. Any damage incurred in common areas caused by the conduct of a pet, shall be repaired by the unit owner at the unit owners cost Pets must be on a leash (6 foot maximum length) at all times. No animal shall be restricted by chain, rope or other method which is secured to any portion of a building, tree, shrubbery or stake. Pet owners must immediately clean up after pet's defecation. No pets shall be allowed to create a nuisance or disturbance.
  2. Do not leave pets unattended on the condominium deck. Pets are not allowed in the pool area or the clubhouse.
  3. Pet owners with pets that are deemed a nuisance due to excessive noise or threatening behavior will receive a warning based on the first written complaint. Any subsequent complaints will result in a $100.00 fine per complaint.
  4. Any unit owner violating the provisions of this Article II more than twice may be prohibited from maintaining any pets in the condominium.

    Violation of the provisions of this Article II shall subject violators to the following penalties:

    (a) Unit owners will be subject to a fine of $100.00 for each infraction_ This rule applies to both the unit owner and their guests.
    (b) Any pet unleashed and unattended on the Association property will be confined to be reclaimed by such pet's owner.
    (c) Any pet confined for a second (and any subsequent) time may only be
    reclaimed by such pet owner paying a reclamation fee of $200.00)

Article III
Parking
  1. Each unit will be assigned a parking garage or a parking space for use by occupants and their guests. The storage and use of COMBUSTBIBLE material in garages is strictly prohibited.
  2. Vehicles parked in spaces not assigned to them or blocking entry walkways or stairways to the building or refuse bins are prohibited. A fine of $20.00 per day for any violation of this paragraph will be imposed. After all reasonable attempts to locate owners of any illegally parked vehicles (trailers, boats, cars, etc.) have been made and vehicle is not moved to proper area, owner will be fined any additional $50.00 per day.
  3. The parking, storage, or repair of unlicensed, expired license, or disabled vehicles is prohibited and any such vehicle will be subject to removal and storage at commercial storage facilities in the area at the owners cost. There will be no parking or outside storage of vehicles beyond your stay. Vehicles left unattended for more than 48 hours will be fined at $10.00 per day.
  4. Oversized vehicles must be parked (except for loading and unloading) in designated areas only.
  5. Because of the limited parking space, boats, boat trailers, RV's, campers, etc. are prohibited from parking on the premises. If parking of oversized vehicles is an absolute, management must approve it. If parked or stored under unauthorized circumstances the owner will be subject to removal and storage (at owner's or guest's expense) at commercial storage facilities in the area.
  6. The use of common area utility services such as water faucets is prohibited unless otherwise authorized.
  7. Cooking, sleeping, or living in/on RVs' and/or campers is prohibited.
  8. Golf carts are permitted. The operation or any other use of a mo-ped, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or similar vehicle upon any of the common elements of the Association property, including paved and unpaved portions thereof, is prohibited. Any use of vehicles so operated will be subject to impoundment by the Association, the release of which may be obtained upon the payment to the Association of an impoundment fee of $200.00, provided, than any second or subsequent violation resulting in impoundment of said vehicle shall require the payment to the Association of an amount twice the reclamation fee of $200,00 for each subsequent occurrence. Motorized vehicles used by physically disabled persons such as motorized wheelchairs or electrically motorized 3 and 4 wheeled scooters are not subject to this restriction.
  9. Golf cart owners are that are deemed a nuisance due to discourteous arid/or threatening behavior will receive a warning based on the first written complaint. Any subsequent complaints will result in a fine of $100.00 per complaint. Any unit owner violation the provisions of this Article III more than twice may be prohibited from maintaining a golf cart.

Article IV
Pool Hot Tubs, Fire pit and Clubhouse

  1. Obey all rules as posted.
  2. There are NO LIFEGUARDS. Persons are notified the pool, moat, hot tubs, and docks are used at their own risk. Use caution. Use lifejackets. Be careful.
  3. No glass containers or kegs are permitted in the common areas. Litter must be placed in proper receptacles.
  4. Running is prohibited. A general act of "horseplay" such as pushing people in the pool is prohibited to prevent danger to those swimming as well as for the safety of the person being pushed.
  5. Noise must be kept to a minimum. Be courteous to your neighbors at all times.
  6. A responsible adult must accompany children under 12. Any child under the age of 7 or person that cannot swim must wear a PFD (Personal Flotation Device) while in the pool/hot tub and dock areas at all times.
  7. Children wearing diapers or other "protective" attire are not allowed in the pool and/or hot tub(s) for obvious sanitary reasons. Changing of a child's "protective" attire is only allowed in the changing/bathroom facilities and must be disposed of in a sanitary manner.
  8. Furnishings must remain at pool deck and clubhouse area(s).
  9. Appropriate swim attire must be worn in the pool and hot tub(s). No cut-offs are allowed as they cause filters to clog.
  10. No pets are allowed in the pool area and/or clubhouse.

Article V
Boat Dock Area
Each slip lessee is expected to keep his area clean and free of debris.

  1. Swimming off or near boat docks is prohibited.
  2. Dock fingers arid walkways must be cleared of all obstacles, including all personal watercraft (i.e. paddle boats, canoes, rafts, wave runners, inner tubes, etc.) A $10.00 per day fine will be imposed on owners following notification.
  3. NO WAKE SPEED IS MANDATORY within 100 feet of docks and/or other watercraft and inside buoyed areas adjacent to docks.
  4. Caution your guests in visiting boats that vacant slips are private.
  5. While on docks and ramps, respect the rights of others by keeping all excessive noise at a minimum. Loud and boisterous conduct and/or music on docks and ramps are prohibited.
  6. Dock utility service is restricted to the lessee or owner of a boat slip. No ship to shore electricity hookups for the purpose of refrigeration and utilities for more than 72 hours will be allowed unless the slip owner is on the premises or prior permission is given by the Association. Special wiring beyond what is available is paid for by a slip lessee/owner after obtaining permission from the Board of Managers to install.
  7. There will be no cooking, sleeping or living on watercraft docked at The Shores of Shawnee Bend.
  8. No boats over 30 feet in length are to be tied up to the dock at any time except to load and unload. No overnight docking is permitted on the outside of any dock.
  9. Tarps, curtains or any other materials are not to be used for wind or sun barricades on docks or slips without prior written consent from the Association.
  10. No overhead storage is permitted.
  11. The proper way a boat is to be parked is a follows: the nose not extending onto or over the walkway area as to obstruct the pathway, and not beyond the upright steel posts closest to the walk area of your slip. Watercraft(s) will not be permitted in any way to obstruct the walkway. Please follow this parking procedure because if someone is injured due to your boat improperly parked, you will be solely responsible.
  12. The sub-leasing or use of dock slips by non-owners or persons not residing on the premised is prohibited. Homeowners who sub-lease or allow use of dock slips by non-owners or persons not residing on the premises may be fined in an amount not to exceed $500.00.
  13. The permanent mooring and/or tying to the seawall, fencing attached to the seawall, ramps and stairs leading to the docks and fingers of the dock is prohibited.
  14. Any child under the age of 7 on or near the dock, and/or any person that cannot swim, must wear a personal flotation device at all times.
  15. The storage and use of COMBUSTIBLE material on the docks is strictly prohibited.
  16. Fueling of boats, jet skis or any motorized vehicle is strictly prohibited on the boat docks.
  17. One dock storage container per lessee/owner is allowed. Size, type, color and location must be approved by the Association.
  18. One dock storage container per lessee/owner is allowed. Size, type, color and location must be approved by the Association.
  19. No trash containers, other than those provide by the Association, shall be located on any dock.
  20. All boat hoists and/or personal watercraft hoists installed in slip(s) shall be of a design approved by the Board of Directors of The Shores of Shawnee Bend. Hydrohoist, Hydro Systems and Galva-Lift are manufacturers of hoists currently approved for installation.
  21. Nothing may be added to or attached to any boat dock without the prior written
    consent of the Association, including swim platforms or other improvements.

Article VI
Sale or Lease of Condominium Units

  1. Each owner whether acting individually, or by and through an agent, shall remain responsible for compliance with the provisions of this rule in the sale, lease or other transfer of such Shores of Shawnee Bend Owner's Condominium.
  2. No sign of any kind (including any sign advertising the sale or the services of a REALTOR or real estate company) shall be posted or displayed on or within the condominium except that; "Open House" removable (non-permanent) sign(s) and/or balloons during time of open house,
  3. The Association retains the right to remove (or otherwise enforce the removal of) any sign/flag/balloon or other device not in conformity herewith.
  4. Each owner, individually or acting by or through an agent, shall be responsible for notifying the Association. Attention: Property Manager, of any transfer of ownership and to furnish Association (1) the mailing address of the transferee owners, and (2) a "recorded" machine copy of (a) the transfer deed and (b) mortgage deed.
  5. No unit owner shall lease or rent his unit to any person, corporation or entity for a period of less than ninety (90) days.
  6. No unit owner shall rent or lease his unit to a person less than 21 years of age and shall require in any agreement that any person occupying said unit be supervised by a person of at least 21 years of age.
  7. Any lease entered into with a unit shall require all Lessees and their invitees to abide by the provisions of the Condominium Declaration. Bylaws, and these Rules and Regulations.
  8. Each owner (and/or any successor owner) shall remain liable for any unpaid assessments pertaining to the respective unit. Provided that the Association will, upon receipt of written request and payment thereof, furnish such owner, agent or mortgagee with respect to such unit:
    (a) the amount of the unpaid common expenses, current month assessments, the due date thereof, and any credits thereto, upon payment of the sum of $50.00 and:

    (b) such other documents as may be requested pursuant to applicable state condominium laws in effect at the time of such request, upon payment of the actual costs thereof not to exceed the sum of $75,00

Article VII
Weatherization

I. The Association, for the purpose of protecting the property interest and preventing water damage to the common elements and the individual units, requires that each owner weatherize their unit by:

  1. discontinuing water service when the unit is unoccupied by closing the valve, turning "off' the ice-maker and turning to "off" position the electric power supplying the hot water heater
  2. setting the thermostat controlling the heating system at a setting of: (1) not less than sixty (60) degrees Fahrenheit on all outside units and (2) of not less than fifty-five (55) degrees Fahrenheit of all inside units.

2. Damages that may occur to the common elements and/or individual units as a result of a unit owner's failure (or negligence) in weatherizing such unit after the completion of such unit owner's stay, shall remain the personal liability of such unit owner and such unit owner's insurer

Article VIII
Procedures for Fine Collections

  1. A verbal warning of infractions of rules and regulations will be issued.
  2. A letter will be sent to the homeowner within seven (7) days specifying the rules violation. The violation may have been perpetrated by the homeowner, a family member, guest or renter.
  3. If no fine is provide for elsewhere in these Rules and Regulations or the Bylaws, a written ticket of $100.00 will be issued to the owner of record for each second infraction of the same Bylaw ancUor Rules and Regulation.
  4. For payment of fines, unit owners, when sending in assessment payments, should include payment plus the specified fine amount. if the homeowner chooses to pay partial payments, the fines, late fees, court judgments, maintenance charges, and all other incidental expenses will be deducted before assessments are reduced, This will result in the unit owner's assessment payment being incomplete. Incomplete assessments will incur the appropriate late charges.

 


 

 

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