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Rules and Regulations
Medicine Lake Villas
Condominium Association, Inc.
Effective September 1st, 2006
The Board of Directors of Medicine Lake Villas Condominium Association, Inc. is charged under section 5.6 of the Declaration of the Association with the power to “adopt, promulgate and publish
other rules of conduct reasonably relating to the enjoyment of and by the owners and occupants”. Every unit owner is responsible for full compliance with the Rules and Regulations of the Association by all unit occupants, guests and visitors. The Board of Directors is charged with their enforcement.
- The Rules and Regulations contained in the following pages are in the addition to those stated in the Declaration and Bylaws of Medicine Lake Villas Condominium Association, Inc.
- These revised Rules and Regulations will not reverse any previous action taken by the Board of Directors which was proper under the previous Rules and Regulations.
- The Rules and Regulations may be amended from time to time by the Board of Directors; provided that all such Rules and Regulations shall not be effective until at least ten (10) days after prior written notice has been provided to each Owner.
When a group of people share property, rules must be defined. These rules and their enforcement are essential to preserve property values in the community. In addition, they are intended to promote the maximum enjoyment of the property by all of the Residents, as well as their health and safety. Rules and Regulations are important in day-to-day communal living. Reasonable rules will help make the sharing of property convenient for all those involved. When Rules and Regulations are not followed, the Association must act firmly and impartially and, when necessary, impose penalties for violations. Without proper enforcement, they would mean little.
Medicine Lake Villas Condominium Association, Inc. Board of Directors
- ASSOCIATION – Medicine Lake Villas Condominium Association, Inc. the non-profit corporation established for the purpose of managing the Condominium property.
- BOARD – The Board of Directors of the Association.
- COMMON – ELEMENTS All portions of the Condominium and the Condominium property other than the units.
- CONDOMINIUM – Medicine Lake Villas Condominium.
- GARAGE – Each unit will entitled and assigned a garage stall.
- LIMITED COMMON ELEMENTS – Any part of the Common Elements which has been designated specifically for the enjoyment and exclusive use of a particular Unit, such as patios,
garages and exterior doors and windows.
- MOTOR VEHICLE A licensed passenger Vehicle not in excess of 9,000 pounds gross vehicle weight such as an automobile, a pickup truck, a panel truck, a van or motorcycle that will fit within a Garage
- RENTER Person(s) leasing or renting from a Unit Owner.
- RESIDENT Owner or Renter regularly occupying a Residential Unit.
- UNIT That portion of the Condominium designed for living purposes and designated for separate Ownership.
- UNIT OWNER Any person to whom Ownership has been conveyed (or OWNER) or transferred. All Unit Owners are automatically members of the Association.
- REPORTING VIOLATIONS – Unit Owners and Residents are encouraged to attempt to resolve individual differences with their neighbors before seeking recourse through the Rules and Regulations. An Owner or Resident may deliver to the Management Company a written and signed complaint or email stating which rule is being violated, by whom and when (date and time). The Board or its designee will review each complaint and notify the complainant of the final action taken in each case.
- PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS – Except as otherwise stated, the penalties for infractions of any Rules and Regulations of Medicine Lake Villas Association, Inc. will be administered as follows for violations that pose no immediate hazard to the Medicine Lake Villas condominium community. The Board reserves the right to take more stringent action when a violation is viewed as presenting an immediate hazard to the community. Homeowners have a right to a hearing as provided in section 14.3 of the Declaration.
Penalties will be assessed and enforced by the Board or its designees.
- FIRST OFFENSE: Warning to the violator by way of letter or posted warning, and/or personal contact.
- SECOND OFFENSE: OR NON-COMPLIACE WITHIN 7 DAYS OF LETTER AND/OR PERSONAL CONTACT WARNING: $50.00 fine for breaking the same rule within 12 months of the previous violation.
- THIRD OFFENSE: $100.00 fine for breaking the same rule within 12 months of the previous violation.
- FOURTH OR $200.00 fine for breaking the same rule within 12 months
- MORE OFFENSE: of the previous violation
- ALL FINES ARE DUE With the following month’s Association assessment. Any AND PAYABLE fines not paid when membership dues are due are subject to the delinquency policy as set forth in Section 14.00, Delinquency Policy.
The Board provides for an appeal process as described below in order to ensure the opportunity for a fair hearing and due process.
- Alleged violator delivers a written request to the Board requesting a hearing within the ten-day grace period provided and due process.
- A hearing will be conducted by the Board within thirty days* after the written request is received.
- Proposed sanctions will be delayed until after the hearing and final decision by the Board.
- Within ten days after the hearing, the Board will communicate in writing the decision to all parties involved. Remedies will be effective immediately.
HEARING – The following procedures will govern the conduct of hearings.
- Any Board member who has direct involvement in the matter shall excuse himself/herself from the hearing process.
- The alleged violator must be informed of the date, time and place of the hearing with at least ten days* notice.
- The Board President will normally chair the hearing and the Board Secretary will take complete minutes of the proceedings.
- Attendance at the hearing will be limited to the following persons: Board Members and any agents of the Board, the complainant, the Unit Owner, the alleged violator if the Unit Owner is a non-resident, and any other persons who have evidence or testimony to offer. Any of the parties may elect to be represented by legal counsel.
- All parties will be given the opportunity to present their case and to ask questions of persons offering opposing evidence or testimony.
- Upon the conclusion of testimony and statements, all other parties will be excused and the board and its agents and/or legal representatives will deliberate in private. The complainant and Unit Owner will be sent written notification of the Board’s decision within ten days.
- The decision of the Board shall be final and binding on all parties.
* Note: Time limitations may be extended or reduced upon mutual agreement between the Unit Owner and the Board. If the violation has created an emergency situation a shorter notice
period may also be utilized.
01.00 GENERAL RULES
- 01.01 Every Unit Owner shall comply with all laws, ordinances and regulations of all government bodies having jurisdiction thereof, and shall hold the Association and other owners harmless from all fines, penalties, costs and prosecution arising from any violation hereof by the Unit Owner, by Unit Residents, by guests or by visitors.
- 01.02 The Unit Owner shall be charged any and all costs and expenses incurred by the Association for repair of damage to the Common or Limited Common Elements caused by said violation or for extra maintenance or repair charges incurred by the Association as a result of violation of Rules and Regulations. Per section 9.4 of the Declaration.
- 01.03 The Unit Owner shall pay all legal costs actually incurred by the Association necessary to enforce these Rules and Regulations. These charges shall be added to the Unit Owners monthly assessment at the next monthly billing. Per sections 14.5 of the Declaration.
- 01.04 No resident will store any explosive or inherently dangerous or hazardous materials in his/her Unit or Garage. Small quantities of gasoline or solvents are allowed in garages provided they are either in the original manufacturer’s container or in a container approved by the Fire Department.
- 01.05 No Unit Owner shall permit any use of the Unit Common or Limited Common Elements which could increase the rate of insurance on, or result in the cancellation of insurance on the Property or contents thereof. Per section 7.9 of the Declaration.
- 01.06 No harmful or offensive activity shall occur in any Unit or Garage, or on the Common Elements, which may become an annoyance or nuisance to others, or interfere with the
rights, comfort or convenience of Owners/Residents. Per sections 7.8 of the Declaration.
- 01.07 All Residents are responsible for observing any posted rules which may be in addition to those contained in Rules and Regulations.
- 01.08 Each Unit is for ordinary residential use only. No overt business activity, whether for profit or otherwise, will be permitted. Per section 7.4 of the Declaration.
- 01.09 No items shall be hung from windows. No clothing, linens, laundry, or similar kinds of articles shall be exposed to public view.
- 01.10 Only curtains, drapes, blinds and shades are to be used for permanent window coverings. Window coverings shall be kept in a good state of repair. Sheets, blankets, etc. are not permitted. Window and patio door screens must be in place and in good repair at all times.
- 01.11 No signs or other emblems or placards shall be placed on or about the Common or Limited Common Elements, or in Unit windows, except as authorized by the Board.
- 01.12 Political signs of candidates for public office may be displayed in Unit windows and yards from eight weeks prior to the election through the day of the election only.
- 01.13 Any additions, changes or alterations to any Common or Limited Common Elements must be approved in writing by the Board of Directors. This includes unit exterior doors and storm doors, light fixtures, windows, garage doors, patios and decks, and landscaping features. Structural modifications to Units also require written Board approval. Per section 7.10 and all of Section 8 of the Declaration.
- 01.14 Each Unit Owner is responsible for maintaining their plumbing fixtures so as to not waste water (which is a Common Expense), or to cause damage to adjoining Units or the Common Elements. The Association reserves the right to investigate problems as needed and to have necessary repairs and maintenance completed at the Owners expense.
- 01.15 Each Unit Owner shall take necessary steps to conserve energy during winter months. Windows are allowed open for a brief period of time for ventilation (paint, caulking window frames, etc). Windows left open continuously are a violation which will result in a fine to the unit owner.
- 01.16 After proper notification to a Resident the Board or its designees shall have the right to enter any Unit during reasonable hours as may be necessary for the maintenance of the Condominium. (Proper notification would be phone contact ahead of time or written notice with sufficient time allowed.) The Board or its designees shall have the right to enter any Unit at any time in the event of an EMERGENCY. Such authorized persons shall leave written notice for the Owner/Resident of the Unit concerning the nature of the entry in the event of the absence of the Owner/Resident. Per section 7.12 of the Declaration.
- 2.1 Residents are encouraged to report repeated noise problems to the Plymouth Police Department. Doing so provides a more immediate response/remedy; repeat (3) violators are subject to civil penalties.
- 2.2 Residents shall exercise caution about making objectionable noise. Consideration must be given at all times to other adjacent Residents.
- 2.3 Musical instruments, radios, television, stereos, etc, shall not be played loud enough to violate The City of Plymouth’s noise ordinances.
- 2.4 Outdoor use of loud radios, stereos, tape decks, auto horns, noisy mufflers, etc. is prohibited. No horns shall be blown except as may be necessary for the safe operation of the vehicle and for pedestrian safety.
3.0 PETS- no more than four (4) animals are allowed per unit, per the City Ordinance of the City of Plymouth.
- 3.1 Only the following pets are permitted without Board approval:
a. Dogs — maximum of two (2)
b. Cats — maximum of two (2)
d. Small Birds — maximum of three (3)
- 3.2 All pets must be maintained in accordance with all local government ordinances and The City of Plymouth. It requires that dogs be licensed, up to date vaccination records (including rabies shots), and proper handling of pet waste.
- 3.3 The owner of any pet shall indemnify the Association and hold it harmless against any loss or liability of any kind arising from having a pet on the property.
- 3.4 Owners are responsible for immediate cleanup and disposal of feces. Feces and cat litter shall be disposed of in a sealed plastic trash bag.
- 3.5 No pet shall be permitted to bark, howl, yowl or create disturbances for such a time as disturbs other Residents enjoyment of their Units or the Common Elements.
- 3.6 Every female dog in heat shall be kept confined by its owner in such a manner that she will not be in contact with another dog nor attract other animals.
- 3.7 Any damage to any part of the Common or Limited Common Elements caused by a pet shall be the full responsibility of the Unit Owner. This includes restoration of lawn damage, which if not repaired within 30 days, will be repaired by the Association at the expense of the responsible Unit Owner.
- 3.8 No kennel, dog house or pet run is allowed on the Common or Limited Common Elements.
- 3.9 The Board of Directors may at its discretion demand the permanent removal of any pet from the Property at the Unit Owners expense, in addition to, or in lieu of, any fine which may be assessed. This action may be taken in regard to any unauthorized pet or pet deemed to be dangerous to humans or other animals; or any pet that after receiving two written warnings within the preceding 12 months, is found again to be in violation of any of the pet rules of government ordinances.
- 4.1 By law, every Unit must have a working smoke detector. It is the responsibility of each Resident to periodically test and maintain their smoke detector.
- 4.2 It is suggested that if a Resident is gone from home (even for a weekend) the Resident should arrange to stop delivery or have a neighbor take in their newspaper or package.
- 4.3 No unauthorized persons are permitted on the building roofs.
- 4.4 The Hennepin County juvenile Curfew Ordinance shall be enforced by Medicine Lake Villas Condominiums. Curfew hours are as follows:
- Under 12: Sunday – Thursday 9:00 p.m. — 5:00 a.m.
- Friday & Saturday 10:00 p.m. — 5:00 a.m.
- Age 12-14: Sunday -Thursday 10:00 p.m. — 5:00 a.m
- Friday & Saturday 11:00 p.m. — 5:00 a.m
- Age 15-17: Sunday -Thursday 11:00 p.m. — 5:00 a.m
- Friday & Saturday – Midnight — 5:00 a.
- It is a violation of the rules for any juvenile age 17 years and under to be present in the Common Elements and outdoor parking areas between the hours listed above without adult supervision.
5.00 COMMON ELEMENTS
- 5.01 No resident shall litter or leave rubbish or debris on the Common Elements or use any Common Element for storage of personal property. No Resident shall alter or remove any item from the Common Elements without the written consent of the Association.
- 5.02 No radio or television antennae or satellite dish shall be installed anywhere on the Common Elements without written Board permission.
- 5.03 Unit doors and windows may not be altered in any way unless prior written approval has been received from the Board of Directors. This includes the application of films or coatings which darken, make reflective, or otherwise change the appearance of the windows as viewed from the outside. Window air conditioners are not allowed unless prior approval is received from the Board. Per section 7.10 of the Declaration.
- 5.04 Electric cords, phone lines or cable wire are not to be strung across Common Elements unless approved by the Board. Electrical cords across pedestrian or vehicle traffic way must not be left unattended. Phone lines or cable wire may not be attached to the exterior of any building. Cable, satellite and phone wires may only enter the building through the rim joist and must be properly waterproofed and sealed.
- 5.05No one shall harm or alter any of the landscaping features, including the grass, trees,shrubs, or flowers, except as authorized by the Board.
- 5.06 Seasonal planting of flowers is permitted and encouraged. Flowers, either annual or perennial, may be planted in flower pots and do not require special permission.
- 5.07 It is the responsibility of the Owner/Resident to maintain their plantings. This shall include weeding and removal of all dead plant material, both during and at the end of the growing season. Abandoned plantings are subject to removal by the Association, with all restoration costs assessed against the Unit Owner.
- 5.08 No additional building or structure of any kind, playground equipment, clothesline, etc. shall be placed, erected, kept or maintained on the Common Elements. Tents are allowed on an occasional overnight only basis with Board approval. Per section 7.10 of the Declaration.
- 5.09 When the Common Elements are used for recreation, it is the responsibility of the individuals involved to remove all recreational equipment when they have finished. Badminton and volleyball nets are allowed, but any holes resulting from the use of poles on the Common Elements must be immediately refilled and covered when the poles are removed
- 5.10 Tricycles or bicycles are not to be ridden on the lawns or left unattended on the Common Elements. They are allowed on the sidewalks and parking lots when operated in a safe manner. They shall not be stored on the patios.
- 5.11 Ramps and rails for use with bicycles and rollerblades are not permitted anywhere on the Common Elements.
- 5.12 Operation of snowmobiles, go-carts and other motorized non-street licensed vehicles are not permitted on the Property.
- 5.13 Driving or parking of any motorized vehicle is not permitted anywhere except in designated parking areas.
- 5.14 Nothing is to be attached to the siding or trim of a Unit. Holiday lights may be attached to gutters, using removable clips.
- 5.15 No sign of any kind shall be displayed for public view on any unit, except for Open House signs on the day(s) of the open house.
- 06.01 Altering, changing or permanently affixing items to patio floors, walls, and railings is not allowed without specific written approval of the Board. Nothing is to be attached to
the siding or trim of the buildings. Per section 7.10 and section 8 of the Declaration.
- 06.02 Laundry, bedding, dust mops, and rugs are not to be hung from windows. Clotheslines or clothes racks also are not permitted.
- 06.03 Only appropriate outdoor furniture and decorations, one (1) cooking grill, plants and flowers are allowed on the patios, except for Holiday Decorations described in Section 06.05. Bird feeders are allowed if maintained so that dropped seeds do not germinate in the lawn or landscape beds. Wind chimes are allowed so long as they do not cause annoyance to other Residents.
- 06.04 Plants and flowers are allowed. Plants must be placed in heavy containers to prevent their being upset by strong winds. All plants and flowers must be alive and well-kept
(dead material removed, free of weeds, etc.).
- 06.05 Holiday decorations, are allowed to be placed on patios, but may remain for a maximum of thirty days. Winter holiday decorations are allowed from one week prior to Thanksgiving through the 2nd week of January.
- 06.06 Residents are responsible for cleaning and shoveling their steps and patios.
- 06.07 No exterior shades or awnings shall be used except as approved by the Board.
- 06.08 Antenna dishes may be installed on patios subject to the following requirements:
a. Maximum diameter is one meter (39.4 inches).
b. No more than one antenna for each type of service may be installed by each owner.
c. No antenna may be attached to any other portion of the building.
d. The antenna may not extend past the vertical planes patio.
e. Exterior antenna wiring shall be installed so to be minimally visible, and must be contained within the vertical planes of the deck railing or patio, and all penetrations of the building exterior must occur through the rim joist and be properly water proofed, sealed and properly sealed.
f. Owners who install or maintain antennas are responsible for all costs related to the antenna installation, maintenance or use; including repair of damage to property and medical expenses incurred by injured persons.
g. If maintenance requires the temporary removal of antennas, the Association shall provide Owners with seven days written notice. Owners shall be responsible for removing antennas before maintenance begins and replacing antennas afterwards. Any removed antennas when replaced must comply with current installation guidelines. If they are not removed within the required time, the Association may then do so at the Owners expense, and the Association will not be liable for damageto the antennas caused by Association removal.
h. Installation of a satellite dish in compliance with the above rules does not require Association approval, but 7 days notice must be given to the Association in advance of installation. If the proposed installation does not comply with the above rules, prior approval must be obtained. The Association will respond within 7 days of receiving the request for approval.
i. If the homeowner sells their Unit the homeowner is responsible for properly removing and repairing all structures.
07.00 PRIVATE STREETS PARKING SPACES AND GARAGES
- 07.01 No boats, snowmobiles, trailers, camping vehicles, buses, camper tops, “all-terrain” vehicles, tractor/trailers, or vehicles in excess of 9,000 pounds gross weight, shall not
be parked anywhere on the Property except inside a Garage.
- 07.02 No Motor Vehicle in a non-operative condition, in a state of disrepair, or not legal for road use, shall be parked anywhere on the Property, except in a Garage assigned to the vehicle owner.
- 07.03 Parking is allowed only in Garages and Guest Parking Spaces. Resident Vehicles may not remain in a Guest Parking Space for more than 1 week without being moved,
unless written permission from the Board of Directors, is considered an inoperable Vehicle and is prohibited. Per section 7.6 of the Declaration.
- 07.04 Vehicles in the parking areas are not to be covered by car covers or tarps.
- 07.05 Residents are responsible for any illegally parked vehicles belonging to their guests or visitors.
- 07.06 Motorcycles must be parked on the asphalt rather than on sidewalks or lawn areas. A block of wood or similar protection must be used under the kickstand to prevent damage to the asphalt surface.
- 07.07 Snow Removal: Parking areas are cleared of snow after snowfalls of more than 1 inch. Normally a “pass-through” is made first. This is followed by a “clean-up” later in the day. Please move Motor Vehicles to a space already cleared or into your Garage. Full cooperation is needed to allow the plows to do an efficient clearing job.
- 07.08 Changing of oil and other maintenance work on vehicles shall take place only in Garages. However, emergency repairs such as changing tires or batteries, and the adding of oil, anti-freeze or washer fluid are permitted in the parking areas.
- 07.09 Petroleum products are harmful to asphalt surfaces. Care must be taken to promptly clean up oil, gas, and anti-freeze spills. Vehicles must be kept in a good state of repair so that gas or oil leaks do not damage any asphalt surfaces
- Garages can be used only by Owners or Residents and cannot be used for
business-related activity or rented out to any non-resident.
07.11 Garage doors must be kept closed and secured when unattended.
07.12 Garage Sales may only be conducted Wednesday thru Sunday from 8:00 am to
7:00 pm. Garage Sale signs are permitted on the day(s) of the garage sale.
07.13 Cooking grilles must not be used inside Garages. This not only creates a fire hazard
but can cause a dangerous carbon monoxide buildup and is a violation of fire code.
07.14 Upon written request by the Association, a Resident must provide the Association
with the following information concerning motor vehicles they park on the
premises: make, model, year, color, and license number.
07.15 Strict compliance with regulatory signs posted by the Association and /or City is expected. Such signs include No Parking, designated Fire Lane, Speed Limit, Guest Parking, etc.
07.16 The Board or its designees are authorized to order improperly parked vehicles towed
From the Property at the vehicle owners expense and WITHOUT PRIOR
08.00 GARBAGE AND TRASH
- 08.01 Garbage and recycling containers are to be kept within the Garage or Unit. Containers should be placed outside for pickup no earlier than dusk the night before, and must be brought inside by no later than 10:00 p.m. on the day of pickup.
- 08.02 Pet feces and cat litter must be disposed of in sealed plastic trash bags.
- 08.03 All trash must fit within the Unit’s trash container and should be bagged. The cost for extra trash will be the expense of the Owner/Resident.
- 08.04 Items such as carpet, appliances, computers, computer monitors, mattresses or furniture can be removed by arrangement with the Management Company. The cost for such a disposal will be at the expense of the Owner/Resident.
- 08.05 Boxes, heavy cardboard, etc. should be broken down or cut up before they are set out for recycling pickup.
- 08.06 Refuse containing toxic pollutants, such as vehicle batteries, tires, paint, oil or fluorescent bulbs cannot be disposed of in the garbage or recycling containers. It is the responsibility of the individual Resident to properly dispose of these items.
- 8.07 To protect the environment and reduce Association garbage removal costs, all Residents are encouraged to recycle. Recyclables (newspaper, cardboard, cans, glass and plastic bottles) should be put in paper bags only and be separated by each article, i.e. all glass in one bag, all paper products in one bag, etc. Cardboard boxes should be broken down and also be placed at the curb for recycling. Recycling picks up on the curb by the mail boxes every Thursday morning.
09.00 MEDICINE LAKE VILLAS CEMENTED PATIO AND GROUNDS
- 09.01 The use of the grounds is reserved for Residents and their invited guests. The Association and Management Company assume no responsibility for any accident, injury, or loss in connection of with such use. Persons using the grounds agree to hold the Association and the Management Company harmless for any claim for loss of life or personal injury, or any loss to personal property.
09.02 If you observe a behavioral problem with a unsupervised child, please obtain his/her name so their parents can be notified of the situation.
09.03 If you would like reserve a portion of the grounds for a party, please contact the Management Company as to what date you would like to reserve.
10.00 SALE AND LEASE 0F UNITS
- 10.01 The Minnesota Common Interest Ownership Act requires that the owner provide the buyer with a Condominium Resale Disclosure Certificate. The statute gives the buyer a 5-day rescission period following receipt of the certificate. The certificate can be obtained from the Management Company for a fee, payable in advance.
- 10.02 To establish their membership privileges and voting rights in the Association, buyers must provide the Management Company with a copy of the document evidencing transfer of ownership rights.
- 10.03 “Leasing. Leasing of Units shall be allowed, subject to reasonable regulation by the Association and subject to the following conditions:
(I) that no Unit shall be leased for transient or hotel purposes;
(ii) that no Unit may be subleased;
(iii) that all leases shall be in writing;
(iv) that all leases shall provide that they are subordinate and subject to the provisions of the Governing Documents, the Rules and Regulations and the Act,
(v) that any failure of the lessee to comply with the terms of such documents shall be a default under the lease, and a copy of such lease must be delivered to the Association. The Association may impose such reasonable Rules and Regulations as may be necessary to implement procedures for the leasing of Units, consistent with this section.” In Addition, no signs or other visible advertising attractions announcing the availability of the Unit for sale or lease will be permitted anywhere on Condominium property. This restriction applies to signs or displays in Unit windows. EXCEPTION: Two (2) “For Sale” signs, which may be posted only during the scheduled Open House hours. Second, no more than six (6) persons shall reside in any 3 bedroom Unit. A resident is defined as anyone who spends more than 15 days in the Unit in any 30-day period; or who identifies the Unit as his or her primary residence; or whom the Board has determined in its sole discretion to be residing in the unit.
- 10.04 Owners who elect to lease their Units will provide the names of the residents in writing to the Board of Directors for approval within ten days of signing the lease.
- 10.05 Unit Owners who lease their Units are deemed to have delegated their rights to the use of the amenities to their tenants. No lease may be for a period of less than six months.
- 10.06 Each Owner is required to provide the Management Company with the following information concerning Residents of their Unit (whether owner-occupied or rented):
a. Names of all Residents, including children
b. Home and work telephone numbers (Resident can specify work number as emergency use only)
c. Name, address and telephone number of a person to contact in case of an emergency
- 10.07 Every lease must provide that the terms of the lease shall be subject in all respects to The Provisions, Declarations, the Bylaws and that any failure by the renter(s) to comply with the Terms of these documents shall be a default under the lease.
- 10.08 All rules, regulations and restrictions of the Association apply to all residents and Renters. Renters should be furnished with a current copy of the Rules and Regulations.
- 10.09 The Unit Owner is responsible for the actions of all Unit residents, visitors and guests. This includes payment of any fines assessed, and the repair costs of any damages caused to the common Elements.
11.00 MOVE-INS AND MOVE-OUTS
- 11.01 Move-ins and move-outs are permitted only between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 10:00 P.M.
- 11.02 The Owner is responsible for restitution of damage to the Common or Limited Common Elements incurred during a move-in or move-out.
11.03 Moving vans or other vehicles used for moving, must park only on asphalt areas with out blocking the normal flow of traffic.
12.00 DELINQUENCY POLICY
- 12.01 The Annual Assessment for each Unit is payable in 12 monthly installments, due on the 15th day of each calendar month. If any installment of the Annual Assessment becomes more than 30 days past due, then the Association may, upon 10 days written notice to the defaulting owner, declare the entire amount of the Annual Assessment will be immediately due and payable in full.
- 12.02 A statement shall be mailed to each Owner on or about the 26th of the month. In addition to other relevant information, the statement will disclose the previous account
balance, all new charges, the payments received since the last billing, and the total amount which will be due on the first of the next immediate month. Failure to receive a statement, however, does not relieve the Owner of the obligation to make timely payment.
- 12.03 Monthly assessment installments are due and payable in full on the 15th of the month. A late fee of $20 will be assessed the 16th of each month against all homeowner accounts
which were in a delinquent status at the close of business on the 15th. The date received will be the date upon which payments will be credited to the respective Owner accounts.
- 12.04 Payments received will be applied to the oldest outstanding amounts first.
12.05 Any account which becomes delinquent by 75 days or more will be referred to legal counsel for collection. All expenses relating to the collection of an account will be charged to the delinquent Owner.
12.06 There will be a $25 charge for any NSF checks.
MEDICINE LAKE VILLAS ASSOCIATION
Receipt of Rules Acknowledgement Form
As you review this form, please note that all owners must fill out Section 1. Owners who have tenants or other non-owner residents in their units must also fill out Section 2, by having those residents provide name, signatures, and a date. All owners must return the form as noted in Section 3.
Section 1: Confirm that you have received the rules handbook.
As required by the Medicine Lake Villa Association Rules and Regulations as owner of unit #_________ at Medicine Lake Villas , I herewith acknowledge that I have received (check one and only one, as applicable):
o The Medicine Lake Villas Rules and Regulations Handbook
o Notice of recent change in the Medicine Villa Rules
If your unit is occupied by a tenant or other non-owner reside (e.g., a housemate or house sitter), please proceed to Section 2. If your unit is owner-occupied and you do not have additional non-owner residents (e.g., a housemate who is outside of your immediate family), you can skip to Section 3.
Section 2: Confirm that non-owner residents of your unit, as applicable, have received the rules handbook or notice of a change in the rules.
As required by the Medicine Lake Villas Rules and Regulations Handbook, as a non-owner resident of unit #_____ at Medicine Lake Villas, I herewith acknowledge that I have received (check one and only one, as applicable): The Medicine Lake Villas Rules and Regulations Handbook Notice of a recent change in the Medicine Lake Villas rules
If you, as an owner, have additional non-owner residents in your unit, please have each of them print and sign their name, and indicate the date of signing, on the back of this form, to confirm that they, too, have received the rules handbook or notice of rules change.
Section 3: Return the form to ASK Property Management
Please return this form promptly to your community manager Dianeg@askprop.com or mail to ASK Property Management
Atten: Diane Gray
5605 West 36th Street., #205
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Or fax to 952-653-2101
*NOTE that failure to supply this signed document to ASK Property Management within 10 days will result in an immediate $50 fine to the owner.