1. The exterior of the Condominium Units, including, lanai walls, entrance area walls, railings, ceilings, floors or doors, shall not be painted, decorated or modified by the Unit Owner in any manner without the prior consent of the Association. The only exception is that Lanai walls may be decorated.

  2. Nothing shall be attached to the exterior of any Unit or lanai and nothing shall be exposed on or projected out of any window, door or lanai of any Unit and no one shall alter the outside appearance of any window of any Unit without the prior written consent of the Association. This includes, but is not limited to, radio antennas, television antennas, satellite dish antennas, signs, notices, advertisements, awnings, curtains, shades, window guards, light reflective materials, storm doors, ventilators, fans and air conditioning devices. The consent of the Association to any of the above may be withheld on purely aesthetic grounds within the sole discretion of the Board of Directors of the Association.

  3. No Interior of a Condominium Unit shall be altered in any manner as such would have any effect on the structural elements of the building or its electrical, mechanical, plumbing, ventilation or air conditioning systems without prior written consent of the Association.

  4. No awning, canopy, shutter or other projection shall be attached to or placed upon the outside walls, or doors or roof of the building without the prior written consent of the Board of Directors of the Association. No hurricane or storm shutter may be purchased or installed without the prior written consent of the Board of Directors of the Association. The Board believes the lanai and all windows’ can best be protected by a permanent “roll-down” shutter that can be raised and lowered as needed from inside. It must be white in color to match the white trim and made from non-corrosive materials. The units in Building 9185 were built with temporary shutters which are not white in color and require individual bolting to the outside of windows by installed fasteners. The Board is not in favor of these units for new installations but has grandfathered their use in Building 9185 as long as they are placed on the outside of windows and on the lanai only during hurricane season (May – Nov).

  5. The Association will retain a pass-key or duplicate key to all Condominium Units. In the event the Unit Owner fails to supply either a pass-key or duplicate key, and entry into the Unit by the Association is permitted in accordance with the Declaration, Articles, By-Laws or these Regulations, the Association shall not be responsible for any costs or expenses incidental to a forced entry into the Unit. The agents of the Association and any contractor or workman authorized by the Association may enter any Unit at any reasonable hour of the day for any purpose permitted under the terms of the Declaration of Condominium or By-Laws of the Association. Entry will only be made after pre-arrangement with the respective Unit Owner or the occupant of the Condominium Unit. Nothing herein shall relieve the Association of its duty of ordinary care in carrying out its responsibilities, nor from its negligence or willful activities that caused damage to a Unit Owner’s property.

  6. Payments of assessments shall be made as directed by the Association. Payments in the form of checks shall be made in the order of such party as the Association shall designate. Payments of regular assessments are due when requested, and if such payments are fifteen (15) days or more late, they are subject to charges as provided in the Declaration of Condominium,

  7. A Unit Owner shall not permit anything to be done or kept in his Unit which would increase the insurance rates on his Unit, increase the Common Elements insurance or which will obstruct or interfere with the rights of the other Unit Owners of the Association.

  8. Unit Owners are responsible for any damages to the Commons Areas caused by themselves, their family, guests, invitees, servants, lessees and persons who are on the Condominium Property because of such Unit Owner.

  9. Provisions in the nature of the “Owner Rules and Regulations” and “Resident Rules and Regulations” are specified in the Declaration of Condominium.

  10. Subject to the Declaration and the Bylaws, the Board of Directors of the Association reserves the right to make additional “Owner Rules” and “Resident Rules” as may be required from time to time. These additional Rules shall be as binding as all other Rules previously adopted.

  11. Rules as to the use of the recreational facilities shall be posted, and each Unit Owner, as well as his family, guests, lessees and invitees, shall observe all Rules.

  12. In the event any Rule or Regulation heretofore set forth or hereinafter promulgated, or any sentence, clause, paragraph, phrase or word thereof is determined to be invalid or unenforceable, all remaining provisions or portions thereof shall be and shall remain in full force and effect.