Frequently asked questions
Q. What are my voting rights in the condominium association?
A. The members of the Association are entitled to one (1) vote for each unit owned by them. The total number of possible votes (the "voting interests") is equal to the total number of units. The vote of a unit is not divisible. The right to vote may not be denied because of delinquent assessments. If a unit is owned by one natural person, his right to vote shall be established by the record title to the unit. If a unit is owned jointly by two or more natural persons, that unit's vote may be cast by any one of the record owners. If a unit is owned by a corporation, any officer of the corporation may cast the vote for the unit. If a unit is owned by a partnership, that unit's vote may be cast by any one of the partners. If a unit is owned by a trust, the Trustee shall cast that unit's vote. If two or more owners of a unit do not agree among themselves how their one vote on any issue shall be cast, this vote shall not be counted for any purpose.
Q. What restrictions exist in the condominium documents on my right to use my unit?
- An owner can only engage in 3 Owner to Owner Leases of 30 days or less in 1 calendar year
- No Unit shall be permanently occupied by more than two persons per bedroom, and the maximum permanent occupants and overnight guests shall be no more than two (2) persons per bedroom, plus two persons provided that sofas bed is available for sleeping.
- No unit may be subdivided into smaller units nor any portion sold.
- Nothing shall be placed on the exterior of the unit without consent of the Association.
- No unit shall be occupied while the unit owner is not in residence unless Owner provides Association with such notification of guest occupant(s).
- No nuisances shall be allowed.
- No unlawful use of the condominium unit is permitted.
- Pets are prohibited.
- Skateboarding prohibited on property.
- No repairs to plumbing or electrical except by an authorized Florida contractor with insurance coverage. Management must be notified prior to any renovations/repairs in your unit and can only be done from Monday through Friday, May 1st thru September 30th with the exception of emergency repairs, which are permitted. A $500 refundable security deposit is required from contractors. After renovations are complete, a Certificate of Completion is required.
- No summer rentals.
- NO TRUCKS or MOTORCYCLES PERMITTED ON PROPERTY, or will be towed at owners’ cost.
Q. What restrictions exist in the condominium documents on the leasing of my unit?
A- Leasing a Unit – Unit owner shall give the Association’s manager written notice of such intention at least 30 days prior to the first day of occupancy. Leasing a unit is for a minimum of 60 consecutive days. No unit may be leased more than 4 times per calendar year. Leased units are limited to 2 persons per bedroom.
Owner to Owner Lease - The unit owner who has leased the unit shall provide written notification to the Association’s manager not less than 10 days prior to the first day of occupancy. Owner to owner leases are limited to 3 in a calendar year. Owner to owner leases are limited to 4 overnight occupants.
Q. Are Cable T.V. and Internet included in my Quarterly Assessments?
A. Effective 3/1/20 these services has been added to the Quarterly Assessments.
Q. Do I have to be a member in any other association?
Q. Am I required to pay rent or land use fees for recreational or other commonly used facilities? If so, how much am I obligated to pay annually?
Q. What are the office hours?
A. Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., closed weekends & holidays. No contractors or deliveries after 4:00 p.m. No contractors or deliveries on weekends or holidays.
Q. Are trucks or motorcycles permitted?
A. No trucks, motorcycles, golf carts or commercial vehicles are permitted. No skateboards permitted on property.
Q. Are Pets Permitted?
Q. Can I remodel my unit?
A. Any alterations or modifications performed in your unit must be submitted in writing to management and approved by the Board of Directors. It is important all contractors are licensed in the state of Florida and fully insured & permits made available. Any damage to the common elements done by work being performed in your unit will become your financial responsibility. It is important all contractors performing work in your unit carries at least $500,000 liability insurance for your own protection as well as the association. All heavy construction work within a unit can only be done between “May 1st - September 30th” and the hours are between 8:00 - 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday, only. No weekends or holidays.
Q. When can new shutters be installed?
A. New & replacement shutters and sliders can only be done between May 1st - September 30th Same time frame as all other new construction.
Q. What if I need to repair my shutters?
A. Repairs to already installed shutters can be done anytime during the year.