Owner Responsibilities

When someone purchases a property within a community association, a deed restriction on that property provides that the property owner automatically becomes a member of that community association, and continues to be a member of the association until they no longer own the property.
Just as the community association has certain responsibilities to its members, the members also have certain legal responsibilities to their community association. These responsibilities can typically be categorized into three areas:
  1. Comply with the deed restrictions in the governing documents and rules and regulations lawfully adopted by the Board.
  2. Comply with the architectural control restrictions.
  3. Pay the homeowners proportionate share of the expenses to operate the association. ed such authority within the governing document.
  4. It is the homeowners responsibility to carry insurance covering unit upgrades and personal belongings.
For your tenants:
  1. Management must have signed lease and PAX lease addendum on file. Lease should be for no less than six months in length per the association's Bylaws.
  2. Management must have a signed Facilities Privilege Transfer form on file.
  3. Owners are responsible for educating their tenants on the PAX rules and policies. Tenants should be made aware of the noise transference between units and should be mindful of their neighbors living above or below them.