Maintenance, Repair and Replacement
Posted on December 16, 2022 9:00 AM by Admin
Did you know in Article 6 of the DECLARATION OF PROTECTIVE COVENANTS it references owner responsibility for maintenance, repair, and replacement?
Article 6 Maintenance, Repair and Replacement:
One of the benefits of owning property in a planned community is the commitment among neighbors to maintain their property in a neat, attractive, and well-landscaped condition to enhance the overall beauty and aesthetic appeal of the Community. This Article describes the Owners' responsibilities far maintenance and repair of their Units and far insuring their Units against property damage so that funds will be available far repair and restoration if needed.
6.1. Maintenance by Owners. Each Owner shall maintain his or her Unit, including all structures, landscaping, and other improvements comprising the Unit, in a manner consistent with the Governing Documents and the Community Wide Standard, unless such maintenance responsibility is otherwise assumed by or assigned to the Residential Association or an Additional Association pursuant to this Declaration, any Supplemental Declaration, or by law. Each Owner whose Unit abuts Common Area or the right-of-way of any public street shall also be responsible for maintaining and irrigating the landscaping (a) between the Unit boundary and the nearest 15 curb of such public street, except where there is a fence easement in favor of the Residential Association pursuant to Section 13.6; and (b) between the Unit boundary and any wall or fence located on adjacent Common Area or right-of.way within 10 feet of the Unit boundary. However, Owners may not remove trees, shrubs, or similar vegetation from these areas without prior approval pursuant to Article 5. Owners shall have no responsibility for maintaining neighborhood entry features or landscaping associated with such features.
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