Rules and Regulations

Rules Revised 01/17/2018
See Revised ByLaws
See Disclaimer



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Lakeside Manor Condominium Association,
LMCA Board of Directors, or its Management.

Data herein is provided solely as an online service and
convenience to visitors of LakeKillarney.com Web site,
as well as our sister Web site, LakesideManorOnline.com.
Contact Karen McRainey, 407-574-5393, at Pathway Properties, for
questions or information pertaining to the latest Rules and Regulations.

Lakeside Manor is a pleasant place to live, with beautiful trees, quiet courtyards, a clubhouse, swimming pool, picnic tables, barbeque pits, boat slips and a serene lake. You'll find peace and quiet at Lakeside Manor.

If you are purchasing a unit, you will be expected to be familiar with and comply with the covenants of the Condominium Documents including the Rules and Regulations, or what are called the Rs & Rs.

If you are a non-owner resident in our community, it is important that you know what the Rs & Rs require of you and your visitors and that both you and your unit owner are responsible for compliance with the Rs & Rs

Each individual, each prospective owner and/or non-owner occupant must make application and be interviewed by the Interview Committee for approval and admission prior to taking possession of or occupying a unit. At the interview, each individual will be expected to have provided all the necessary documents and have read the Rules & Regulations; and each will be asked to sign a statement that he/she has read, understands and will comply with and by the Rs & Rs which are printed in this booklet. By Florida Law, the Condominium Act, Chapter 718, when you purchase a unit at Lakeside Manor, you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by the covenants of all the Condominium Documents, the Declaration of Condominium, the By-Laws Amendments, and the Association’s Rules & Regulations.

After application and prior to your interview, our Management Company will obtain a credit report, check with your last place of residency and run a nationwide criminal record check. The information derived from these records will be considered in your interview for approval.

Transfer of ownership - requires a one time transfer fee of $150.00.

Each individual 14 years old and older occupying a unit is required to complete a separate 'Application to Occupy' form. Each person 18 years old and older must pay an application fee as described below:

'Application to Occupy' fee:
1. First occupant fee $65.00
2. Each occupant thereafter 18 years old and older 65.00

NEW RULES

. The Lakeside Manor Board of Directors unanimously passed a new Rule, May 20, 2014. Owners must now notify their tenants of the new Rule 6 (a) Nuisance: Owners, tenants and guests may not engage in any activity that interferes with another owner or tenant's peace and well-being. Loud parties, after-hours noise, loud music, obnoxious odors, second-hand smoke and any activity generally accepted as significant annoyance or health hazard are prohibited.

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The Lakeside Manor Condo Association members overwhelmingly passed an Amendment to the Bylaws at the October 15, 2014 Special Members meeting immediately restricting New Owners from renting newly purchased units for the first two (2) years of ownership. Contact Management, 407-574-5393, for current information.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Tips on How To - 6

Information on LMCA Documents - 7

How to Sell - Lease - Occupy - 9

LMCA Rules and Regulations - 11

General Requirements - 12

Condo Units and Guests - 16

Clubhouse and Pool - 17

Laundries and Lockers - 19

Picnic and Barbeque - 19

Lakefront Piers - 20

Boat and Boat Facilities - 20

Bicycles, Skate Boards and Toys - 21

Garbage Receptors and Trash Dump - 22

Vehicles (Parking) and Car Wash - 23

Enforcement of Rules and Regulations - 26

Hotline Telephone Numbers - 27

Noise Violations and Domestic Violence - 28

Community Living

Contact Manager

Disclaimer

TIPS ON HOW TO

INTERVIEW FOR OCCUPANCY
After you have completed the required paperwork and returned it to the Management Company, you must request an appointment with the Board. Contact a Board Member or Management Company for application forms.

GOOD CONDO NEIGHBOR
Read and abide by the Rs & Rs Tolerance of the differences between the personalities and beliefs of others is encouraged. A friendly smile is always in order and you may find a friend.

DRIVE AND PARK VEHICLE
Observe the speed limit and watch for other vehicles backing out. Read Rule #65. Park head-in-forward-only in the assigned space.

RESERVING THE CLUBHOUSE
Read Rule #31. Call management company to reserve clubhouse and deck. Cost to rent the clubhouse is $50.00 and $50.00 security deposit, payable by two checks. Fill out the reservation application including payment in full. Please obey the Rs & Rs

HOSTING VISITORS
Read Rules #s 4, 7, 11, 21, 24, 27, 32, 38, 52, 66 and 77.

DISPOSING OF GARBAGE
Read Rule #62. Keep your garbage receptacle clean.

PORCH AND BALCONY
Read Rule #13. Keep your porch and/or balcony clean.

COMPLAINTS TO THE BOARD

DO NOT CALL BOARD MEMBERS. Write your complaint and put it in the office door mail slot and send a copy to the Management Company. You may request your complaint to be handled at a Board meeting. Be clear; specific and to the point. All copies of documents provided to the Board and/or management must be full size, 8-1/2 x 11 and legible, no exceptions.

ALL OWNERS SHOULD GIVE A KEY TO THEIR UNIT TO A NEIGHBOR SO THAT IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY IN THEIR UNIT, E.G., A LEAKING WATER HEATER, A BOARD MEMBER WILL HAVE ACCESS. OWNERS WHO CHOOSE NOT TO COMPLY WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL EXPENSES IN THE EVENT A LOCK, DOOR OR WINDOW MUST BE REMOVED TO ACCESS THEIR UNIT. SEE WATER HEATER TIP.

All copies of documents provided to the Board and/or management must be full size, 8 1/2 x 11 and legible, no exceptions.

INFORMATION ABOUT LMCA DOCUMENTS

When purchasing a unit in Lakeside Manor Condominium, the purchaser should become very familiar with the Association’s Official Documents. The covenants of the Documents govern many aspects of the way we live in this private community. The Documents contain the Articles of Incorporation, the Declaration of Condominium, the By-Laws and several more incidental but important sections. The Documents authorize the Board of Directors to make and enforce certain Rules & Regulations. These Rs & Rs also govern some aspects of our living at LMC.

The following paragraphs provide some insight to the duties and responsibilities of the Board of Directors and LMC residents.

The By-Laws on Page 3, Section 5 Powers reads as follows: “The property and business of the Association shall be managed by the Board of Administration, which may exercise all corporate powers not specifically prohibited by statute, the Articles of Incorporation, or the Declaration. The powers of the Board of Administration shall specifically include, but not be limited to the following: Sub-paragraph H.

"To make reasonable rules and regulations for the occupancy of the units and the use of the common elements.”

Declaration of Condominium, Page 6, paragraph (4)

The Association through the Board of Directors has, “The power to adopt reasonable rules and regulations for the maintenance and conservation of the condominium property, and for the health, comfort, safety and welfare of the unit owners, all of whom shall be subject to such rules and regulations.”

The By-Laws of LMCA, Section 3, on page 13 reads as follows:

“VIOLATIONS. In the event of a violation of the provisions of the Declaration, the Articles of Incorporation or By-Laws, which violation is not corrected within ten (10) days after the notice from the Association to the unit owner to correct said violation, the Association may take such action as it may deem appropriate, including the institution of legal action, to correct the violation. Nothing contained in this Article shall be construed to require that the Association furnish notice to any unit owner of his failure to pay any assessment, sum or other charge due the Association. In the event such legal action is brought against a unit owner and results in a judgment for the plaintiff, the defendant shall pay the plaintiff’s reasonable attorney’s fees and court costs.”

The Declaration of Condominium for LMCA, Article 17, page 10, reads:

REMEDIES FOR VIOLATION, Each unit owner shall be governed by and conform to this Declaration, the Articles and the By-Laws. Failure to do so shall entitle the Association or any other unit owner to recover damages or obtain injunctive relief or both, but such relief shall not be exclusive of other remedies provided by law.”

The issuing of the Rules & Regulations to each owner and resident constitutes a formal notice from the Association that each owner and each resident is obligated to become familiar with and comply with the Condominium Documents and the Rules & Regulations. It is each owner’s responsibility to inform their residents that they (their residents) are also required to comply with the covenants of the Condominium Documents and the Rules & Regulations. Failure to comply will not relieve the owner or the resident of the responsibility and will result in a notice to appear before the Fine Review Committee and a possible fine levied against the unit owner. All prospective owners and residents are cautioned to read the Rs & Rs and all Condominium Documents prior to signing and binding agreements concerning ownerships of a condo unit and/or leasing a unit in order to assure the Association that they can and will abide by the covenants of the Association’s Documents and the Rules & Regulations.

HOW TO SELL - LEASE - OCCUPY

SELL A UNIT

If you are selling your unit, provide management with:

1. A copy of 'Owner’s Notice of Intent to Sell' completed and signed.

2. A copy of Purchase Agreement duly signed by both parties with a check for $150.00 for transfer of ownership.

3. A copy of 'Application to Occupy' for each individual 14 years old and older to occupy the unit with $65.00 check for the first occupant and a check for $65.00 for each occupant 18 years old and older.

4. A signed 'Release Form' for each occupant 18 years and older.

INTERVIEW FOR OCCUPANCY

After you have completed the required paperwork and returned it to the Management Company, you must request an appointment with the Board. Contact a Board Member or Management Company for application forms.

LEASE A UNIT

If you are leasing your unit, provide management with:

1. A copy of 'Owner’s Notice of Intent to Lease' signed.

2. A copy of 'Lease Agreement' (a one year minimum lease is required).

3. A copy of 'Application to Occupy' for each individual 14 years old and older to occupy the unit; a $65.00 check for first occupant and $65.00 check for each additional occupant 18 years old and older.

4. A copy of 'Release Form' for each occupant 18 years old and older.

5. A copy of the latest Rules & Regulations.

Failure to provide proper documentation and Board approval prior to a tenant moving in may result in a daily fine of $50.00 and possible legal action including expenses.

INTERVIEW FOR OCCUPANCY
After you have completed the required paperwork and returned it to the Management Company, you must request an appointment with the Board. Contact a Board Member or Management Company for application forms.

OCCUPY

If you plan to occupy or add an occupant, provide management with:

1. If you are a non-owner resident adding an occupant, the unit owner must sign the approval to add an occupant.

2. For all new occupants, 14 years old and older, provide a separate copy of 'Application to Occupy'.

3. Provide a $65.00 check for the first new occupant and $65.00 for each additional occupant 18 and older.

4. For each new occupant 18 years and older, provide a signed 'Release Form'.

5. Provide a copy of the latest Rules & Regulations

INTERVIEW FOR OCCUPANCY
After you have completed the required paperwork and returned it to the Management Company, you must request an appointment with the Board. Contact a Board Member or Management Company for application forms.

Reminder - all documents must be legible and full size.

The Rules & Regulations are subject to change by the Association’s Board of Directors. All residents will be notified of such changes.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Data herein is provided solely as an online service and
convenience to visitors of LakeKillarney.com Web site,
as well as our sister Web site, LakesideManorOnline.com.
Contact Karen McRainey, 407-574-5393, at Pathway Properties, for
questions or information pertaining to the latest Rules and Regulations.

THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS SUPERSEDE ALL RULES
AND REGULATIONS PREVIOUSLY PRINTED BEFORE APRIL 2012
.

The Rules and Regulations include General Requirements as well as more specific requirements for condo units and common elements. The specific use requirements are hyper linked under the following headings:

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
CONDO UNITS AND GUESTS
CLUBHOUSE AND POOL
LAUNDRIES AND LOCKERS
PICNIC AND BARBEQUE
LAKEFRONT PIERS
BOATS AND BOAT FACILITIES
BICYCLES, SKATEBOARDS AND TOYS
GARBAGE RECEPTORS AND TRASH DUMP
VEHICLES (PARKING) AND CAR WASH

DEFINITIONS

Owner: every individual having ownership in a unit.
Owner resident: an owner who lives at LMC.
Non-resident owner: an owner who leases to others.
Non-owner resident: anyone living in a unit who is not an owner.
Resident: any owner or non-owner resident living at LMC property interviewed by the Interview Committee.

Rules concerning guests: #s 4, 7, 11, 20, 23, 26, 31, 37, 50, 64, 70 & 75.

The last page of these Rs & Rs contain a list of violations for which fines have been pre-set by the Board and approved by the Fine Review Committee.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Owners and residents living at LMC must sign the 'Request Form' provided with these Rs & Rs signifying that they have read and understand the Rs & Rs. No owner or resident 14 year old and older is exempt. Refusal to sign may constitute a violation subject to a fine being levied against the unit owner.

1. According to the Declaration of Condominium, the By-Laws and the Rules & Regulations, all owners upon purchase of a condo unit have signified their acceptance of condominium controlled living and have agreed to comply with and abide by all the provisions of those documents. This includes the owner requiring compliance by tenants.

2. Only the unit owner or an authorized agent may conduct business transactions with the Association, the Board of Directors and/or the Management Company. All residents have an equal right to the common facilities. Owners who lease their units relinquish their right to the common facilities to their lessee. Only owners may attend Board and membership meetings.

3. All payments of maintenance fees, assessments, charges, fines and vehicle parking fees are the responsibility of the unit owner and shall be paid by the owner or an authorized agent.

4. Owners and non-owners are liable for fines levied by the Board of Directors and approved by the Fine Review Committee for violations by themselves, their unit owners, and their respective guests. The unit owner is also responsible for the cost of repairs to common elements that are caused by themselves, their residents and/or their guests.

5. No loud parties, illegal or immoral acts, drunkenness, vulgar language or disturbing acts are permitted day or night. From 10:00 p.m. until 8:00 a.m. residents or their guests shall maintain a quiet time. During this quiet time, noises of any kind shall be kept at a very minimum so as not to disturb other residents. This quiet time includes inside parked vehicles, driving vehicles around the complex, walking around the complex, through courtyards, through breezeways, upstairs, on balconies and inside units. Residents should be considerate and avoid outdoor cell phone usage, slamming doors, dropping trash can lids.

6.
(a) Owners, tenants and guests may not engage in any activity that interferes with another owner or tenant's peace and well-being. Loud parties, after-hours noise, loud music, obnoxious odors, second-hand smoke and any activity generally accepted as significant annoyance or health hazard are prohibited.

(b) No noise producing devices shall be placed outside the unit, or attached to common elements. All items, materials and devices attached to common elements by residents are subject to approval and/or removal by The Board.

7. Guests day-time local guests: An adult host resident 18 and older must be present with their local daytime guests at all times when their guests are using the swimming pool, the pool deck, the clubhouse and/or the lakefront facilities. Residents are prohibited from inviting local friends and relatives to stop by any time, or on an open invitation basis to use the pool, clubhouse or lakefront facilities without being present with them at the facility.

Out of town guests spending the night. Out of town adult guests only, over the age of 18, may use the pool, clubhouse, lakefront facilities without the host adult resident being present. However, a guest cannot invite other guests. All guests using the common facilities are subject to being asked to identify themselves by any Association member. The guest must give proper identity. Inappropriate identity or no identity will result in the person being asked to leave the premises.

Persons under the age of 18 using the pool, clubhouse or lakeside facilities must be accompanied at all times by the host resident. If there is a question of a person’s age, the person is subject to being asked to show proof of age, i.e., driver’s license or other form of I. D.

8. NO PETS OF ANY KIND ALLOWED ON LMC PROPERTY FOR ANY REASON AT ANY TIME.

Pets (dogs, cats, birds, fish, etc.) are not permitted to be kept, or to visit, anywhere on the premises nor inside individual units or vehicles.

9. No signs, lettering, notices, advertising, logos, or sales promotional items of any kind shall be placed anywhere on the common elements or on/in a resident’s vehicle. No derogatory or vulgar printed matter, pictures or no 'For Sale' signs shall be placed outside or inside a unit so as to attract a viewing from the outside.

10. 'For Sale' or 'For Lease' signs and other respectable printed matter may be posted on laundry and clubhouse bulletin boards and must be dated upon posting and changed with new date every thirty (30) days. Only official Association notices and messages may be placed adjacent to the mailboxes or at each unit’s exterior door.

11. No commercial sign, 'For Sale' sign, notice, advertising, lettering or logo shall be permitted on vehicles of residents or guests. Vehicles with commercial advertisements or logos providing periodic services or repairs are permitted but shall not be permitted to stay overnight.

12. All common elements, pool, clubhouse, courtyards, walkways, breezeways, stairways, covered walkways, lakefront facilities, parking spaces lawn areas and landscaping shall be in a neat, clean and uncluttered condition. No common walkway or balcony shall be blocked or crowded with plants, lawn chairs, etc. so as to restrict passage to less than 30 inches.

13. Approved materials placed on balconies and walkways are potted plants, hanging baskets, neat and clean lawn chairs, side tables and holiday decorations. No balcony, walkway or porch shall be used for storage of athletic equipment, fishing tackle and accessories, skiing equipment, bicycles, barbeque grills, bags of charcoal, lighter fluid, bags of soil, ice chests, buckets, ladders, ashtrays, glasses, bottles, miscellaneous building products, unused furniture, cardboard boxes, mops, brooms, storage chests, coolers, toys or any other material other than the following materials. The resident shall remove unsightly and/or dead potted plants, hanging baskets and patio furniture from sight. All porch and balcony chairs and tables, etc. placed on the exterior of a unit must be neat and clean without ragged and torn cushions, or unsightly rag, towel, plastic or fabric covers. Makeshift furniture such as wood crates, wire spools, concrete blocks with wood shelving, discarded interior furniture, etc. is not permitted on porch, walkway or balcony furniture. The Board has the authority to determine the acceptability of such chairs, tables, plants, etc., which are placed upon common elements.

14. No clothes, blankets, mattresses, sheets, curtains, tablecloths, oil cloths, towels, wash cloths, bathing suits, door mats, brooms, dusters or any other plastic, rubber or fabric material shall be hung over balcony railings or draped over balcony furniture or on shrubbery for sunning, drying, airing or for any other purposes.

15. When Moving: When residents are moving in or out of a unit, they shall make every effort to keep the balconies, porches and walkways clear of household materials and equipment and the length of time such items remain outside the unit. Mattresses, chairs and all other household furniture shall not be left outside the unit overnight. Packing boxes, whether already emptied or full shall not be accumulated on the exterior of a unit for more than two days and shall not block any walkways. If unpacking takes longer than two days, the remaining packed boxes shall be taken inside the unit for unpacking. No moving vans, moving trucks, repair vehicles, carpet cleaning vehicles or other types of service vehicles are permitted to drive into breezeways. However, residents’ automobiles are permitted to pull into breezeways for loading and unloading providing they do no protrude into the walkway at the rear of the breezeways and are removed immediately.

16. Leaving food materials outside for squirrels, raccoons, birds and other animals or creatures is not permitted. This becomes an attraction for unpleasant rat infestation, raccoon and opossum activities. Feeding of any domestic animals or wildlife on this property is strictly prohibited. Violators may be fined.

17. No 'for profit' organization, commercial business or enterprise, sales oriented activity may reserve or rent common elements.

18. Soliciting is not permitted on the premises. Residents should inform violators and ask them to leave. Residents should report incidents to the police department immediately (407-644-1313).

19. Non-resident owners are not permitted to use the pool, clubhouse, boat docks and/or any recreational facility if their unit is leased.

20. Remodeling/Interior Changes to Individual Units: All changes/updates made to the layout/structure of walls, plumbing, electrical, ceilings, laminate flooring, exterior doors and exterior windows of an individual's condo must be presented before the current Home Owners Association Board.

The proposed changes or updates need to be accompanied by an Architectural Review Application (ARC Form) along with diagrams and documentation of materials being used.

Approval or Disapproval of the proposed Changes/Updates will be based upon the owners ability to present proper permits and documentation for work being performed, changes/updates meeting current building code, and potential environmental impact to property values and neighbors.

Windows:

Unit Owners are responsible for the updating of exterior windows during a two year period starting August 14, 2011 and ending August 13, 2013. Any Owner who has not complied by August 13, 2013 will be assessed for window replacement at the current price and window replacement will be scheduled. The current approved exterior window is the WHITE 'Encompass by Pella® Vinyl Single-Hung' windows, which include a half screen and 'Sun Defense' Low E insulated glass. The windows must be the model with the Muntins in the glass, which divide the windows into smaller panes.

For questions or more information, please contact the Management Company.

CONDO UNITS AND GUESTS

21. Owners, owner residents, non-resident owners, non-owner residents and their guests shall comply with the General Requirements as well as all of the specific use requirements for condo units and common elements

22. All units shall be used solely as a single family residence within the meaning of zoning ordinances and codes of Orange County, Florida for R-3 Zoning. The ordinance allows Home Type Business classified as “Mobile”. This classification means that all business transactions except telephone work and individual paper work, must be performed away from the premises. There shall be no visiting clientele, no employees no significant truck deliveries, no use of guest parking, no storage of equipment and materials and no signs posted on the premises for the purpose of operating a business.

23. Sell, Lease, Add Occupant: Unit owners who wish to sell or lease a unit or take in an additional occupant are required to comply with and provided LMCA forms (Owner’s Notice of Intent to Sell). (Owner’s Notice of Intent to Lease) and/or (Application to Occupy) along with the appropriate fees. The owner or resident must allow the Board the maximum of 20 days for interview and approval of all new occupants prior to move-in. A non-owner resident is not permitted to take in an additional resident without the unit owner’s written consent being provided to the Management Company. Failure to provide proper documentation and Board approval prior to a tenant moving in may result in a daily fine of $50.00 and possible legal action including expenses.

See “How to Sell, Lease or Add Occupant” in this booklet for information about forms and fees.

Efffective January 17, 2018, Rule #24 below, the following section is stricken.

"If no second parking space is available and the guest or guests continue to park in guest spaces, the resident is required to pay a fee of $50.00 per month for each guest space in which such vehicles are parked. This is called a “Roving Vehicle”."

24. Frequent guests with vehicles: When a resident has overnight guests using a parking space in excess of seven (7) nights a month for two consecutive months or more, or fourteen (14) nights in one month, the resident must provide an application to occupy for that frequent guest and pay the required fee. If the resident is a non-owner resident, he/she is required to provide the Board with written approval from the unit owner to have such guests. The proposed new occupant must appear for an interview with the Interview Committee in order for the resident to take in an additional occupant. If the Interview Committee accepts the new occupant, and if a second parking space is available and assigned, a fee of $30.00 per month for one vehicle parking space is required. If no second parking space is available and the guest or guests continue to park in guest spaces, the resident is required to pay a fee of $50.00 per month for each guest space in which such vehicles are parked. This is called a “Roving Vehicle”. Should a second parking space become available, it may be assigned for the regular $30.00 per month. No unit owner or resident may be permanently assigned or use a third vehicle parking space for any one unit for any reason unless it qualified as a ”Roving Vehicle”. See Rules #22, 67 & 68. See Roving Vehicle Parking Application.

25. Second floor residents having ceramic tile or hardwood floors must apply rubber tips on the bottom of chairs subject to being moved frequently, particularly dining room chairs in order to reduce the loud sounds transmitted through the concrete floor to lower unit occupants.

26. For aesthetic reasons, window coverings facing the outside, shall be the color white with no pattern or design.

27. When an owner or resident expects to be absent from his/her unit and wishes to have a friend or relative (guest) stay in the unit in his/her absence, the owner resident must notify the Management Company in writing, giving the occupant’s name and vehicle license number. Non-owner residents must provide written permission from the owner to the Management Company to have such an occupant. See Rule #23.

CLUBHOUSE AND POOL

28. Swimmers must comply with the pool side rules posted on the wall and they must shower at the pool shower prior to entering the pool. Swimmers with oils and/or suntan lotion applied to their body are not permitted in the pool. The shower is located at the northeast corner of the pool. Please, no soap or shampoo at the shower.

29. The clubhouse and pool are open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. daily. Swimmers must return the safety rope to its across-pool position when leaving the pool.

30. No alcohol is permitted inside the clubhouse. Exception: During special membership functions sanctioned by the Board. No glass containers or food of any kind is permitted on the pool deck or in the pool. Smoking is not permitted at any time inside the clubhouse but is permitted at pool side, providing the smoker disposes of the cigarette butts and ashtrays after use.

31. Residents may reserve the clubhouse and barbeque deck, but not the pool by completing the reservation form obtained from the management company and providing a $50.00 rental fee and $50.00 security deposit. The deposit will be returned if the facility is properly cleaned at the close of the reserved period. Damage to the facilities is the responsibility of the reserving unit resident. All activities, including clean up, shall be concluded no later than 10:00 p.m. unless special agreement is approved, in writing, by the Board to extend until 11:00 p.m.

32. All “in town” guests using the swimming pool, the clubhouse, and/or the lakefront facilities must be accompanied at the facility by their adult host resident at all times. Guests from “out of town” 18 years old and their children staying overnight may use the facilities without the host resident being present. An adult, 18 years or older must be present at all times. However, they should expect to be asked to identify themselves. Residents and guests are limited to eight (8) persons in the pool at one time. Prevailing codes limit the pool occupancy to sixteen (16) persons.

33. Children under the age of 18 are not permitted to use the clubhouse and pool facilities without the presence of their host resident. Be aware that there is no lifeguard at the pool at any time. Practice safety!

34. When pool deck chairs are removed from beneath the roof overhang, they shall be returned after use to under the overhang to protect them from rain that causes fungal growth and mildew. Persons using oils and suntan lotions are required to place a towel over the deck chairs to protect them from being soiled.

35. No horseplay, running or rough activity is permitted in the clubhouse, in the pool or on the pool deck.

36. Class instructions for profit and/or non-profit in swimming, diving and scuba diving and/or water sports or activity is not permitted.

37. In order to protect swimmers against E-Coli, any child or adult wearing diapers or disposal le underwear in or around the swimming pool must wear either swim diapers with an elastic waist or rubber diaper covers with elastic waist and legs that completely cover the diaper or disposable underwear. (See Swimming Pools Can Make You Sick.)

LAUNDRIES AND LOCKERS

38. Laundries are open from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. The facilities shall not be used between 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. Laundries are for the use of residents only. Guests are not permitted to use the laundry facilities. Medical attendants and maid service may use the facilities to wash a resident’s laundry but may not use the facilities for their own laundry. Residents who have a medical attendant and/or maid service must notify the Management Company, in writing, of that person’s identity and vehicle license number. Frequent overnight guests are not considered residents and therefore are not allowed to use the facilities until they have qualified as a resident.

39. The laundry equipment is of residential quality, not designed to handle large, heavy or bulky materials such as rugs, comforters, bedspreads, blankets, carpeting, etc. Residents are not permitted to wash or dry such heavy materials in the laundry rooms.

40. Residents must attend to their laundry promptly and shall not leave it in the machines for a prolonged time after completion of the cycle. Residents may remove unattended laundry left in washers and dryers beyond the completed cycle and place it atop one of the machines or on the center table. Placing an identifying object atop the unit cannot reserve laundry machines. A resident can occupy as many machines at one time as is necessary for his/her laundry. However, common courtesy should prevail.

41. Lockers are not to be used for storage of flammable materials. No perishables shall be kept in the lockers. No items or materials may be left unattended outside of the lockers. Items and materials left in violation of this rule are subject to removal and disposal.

PICNIC AND BARBEQUE

42. Residents shall not barbeque in locations other than the barbeque locations provided at the lakefront and in the center court.

43. All barbeque equipment, charcoal and related items must be kept inside the resident’s unit or in the storage locker. No such equipment or supplies shall be kept on porches, balconies or walkways.

44. Picnic tables and grills may be used for picnic purposes and group activities during the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10 p.m. Quiet time use of tables is permitted provided the noise level is very quiet. Use of grills is not permitted after 10:00 p.m.

45. All picnic and barbeque materials and waste must be removed by the user immediately after use and disposed of in the resident’s own garbage receptor or a in green trash can down by the lake. After use, the barbeque grill must be brushed clean with the brush provided and the picnic tables and benches washed clean of food and drink spills. Avoid leaving food at the picnic tables and on the ground overnight in order to discourage rat infestations and ants.

LAKEFRONT PIERS

46. Chairs on the covered deck shall not be removed from under the shelter.

47. Fishing from the piers is permitted; however, no fish cleaning or bait cutting is permitted. No worms, blood bait, cut fish parts, snails, clams or other contaminating materials shall be placed on the pier benches or decks. Caught fish shall not be left to die on grass areas. After fishing, clean the deck of all debris, food, paper, bait containers, etc.

48. No boat, motor, battery, boating accessories or any other material shall be tied to, chained to or otherwise kept on the surface of the pier decks. All decks and pier walking surfaces shall be kept clean at all times of such items, except when actually attended by a resident.

BOAT AND BOAT FACILITIES

49. Owners wishing to install a canopy or boat lift must complete and submit an ARC Form (Architectural Review Application). The maximum height of any boat with canopy or Biminis top may not exceed 8 feet above the deck as of September 14, 2011, except a sailboat mast whose sails may not be up when the boat is in slip. (NOTE: The association’s developer did not originally install the current boat canopies. Therefore, according to the association attorney, the boat canopies are considered Limited Common Elements. Therefore, the owner using this LCE must pay for its maintenance.)

Canopies and boat lifts must be the brand Shore Station in the matching color of beige of existing canopies as of September 14, 2011 and the height may not exceed the maximum height of 8 feet above the dock walkways as of September 14, 2011.

50. Only residents to whom boats and trailers are registered are authorized to use the boat slips, trailer parking spaces or the boat ramp. Boat owners are required to show purchase slips of ownership papers for confirmation of ownership.

50-1. Boat Slip Waiting List Policy And Procedures as of January 18, 2017. Only Owners who occupy their unit or the current tenants/occupants are eligible to rent the boat slips or boat trailer parking. As boat slip usage is an amenity, any Owner who is delinquent in any monetary obligation to the Association is ineligible to have his or her name placed on or recognized as being placed upon the Waiting List. A current tenant may still be considered but only if the tenant is paying full rent to the Association pursuant to statutory rent intercept laws, thus having the monthly rent apply in part or in full to satisfy the Owner’s delinquency to the Association.

Procedure for Operation of the Waiting List:
Note, should a factual scenario not contemplated herein be presented to the Board of Directors, then the Board shall have full decision making ability in keeping with the spirit of this ‘First Come, First Served’ policy.

If there is no boat slip available, then the Owner or current resident shall place his or her name on the First Come, First Served Waiting List as maintained by the Association’s property manager. An email or hand-delivered written notice of interest directed to the property manager will be sufficient notice. If the resident interested in the boat slip is a tenant, then the Unit’s Owner [landlord] must place their name along with tenant’s name on the waiting list, and must confirm the current lease term with specificity as to the end date of the lease. In no case, shall a tenant be permitted the use of a boat slip beyond the term of the possessory rights under a lease agreement. Owners may not have use of a boat slip while their Unit is rented.

When a slip becomes available, the following procedure will be followed until the slip is rented: 
The available boat slip will be offered to the first name on the Waiting List and that person will be notified by email and/or telephone of the opening by the Association’s manager. That person will have 15 days from the date of the first notice provided by the Association’s property manager to accept in writing, delivered to the property manager by email or mail. Should 15 days from the date of notice pass and no written response has been received accepting the available boat slip, then the person shall be deemed to have forfeited the available boat slip and their position on the list.

Should the Resident accept the available boat slip in writing within the 15 days, then the Resident shall pay along with the notice of written acceptance one-months’ worth of boat slip rental fee within that initial 15 days’ period of initial notice of availability. The Resident has no more than 30 days from the date of the Association’s initial notice to register the boat, which will be occupying the offered boat slip. The Resident or their spouse must provide proof of ownership of the boat, must provide proof of current state or county registration, must provide proof of insurance [and shall provide proof of insurance at any time upon request, but no less than one time per calendar year].

Should the Resident be unable for any reason to acquire and/or register a boat according to the terms of this Policy and Procedure within the timeframe provided, then the Resident shall forfeit the one months’ rental fee. If the Resident paid the one months’ rental fee, then that Resident’s name shall remain on the Waiting List in the current “next up” position, and upon the next availability of a boat slip, it will be offered to that Resident; however, in no case shall the Resident be permitted to defer and remain at the top of the Waiting List more than one time without being placed at the bottom of the Waiting List. 

Term of Boat Slip Rental; No Subleasing or Assignment; Payment of Annual Boat Slip Renewal Fee:
Boat slips shall not be subleased or assigned under any circumstances. Should an Owner with a boat slip sell his or her unit, then the boat must be removed on or before closing date, without right of refund for any balance of the rental fee, and the subsequent Owner shall not take any right in the use of the Boat Slip by and through the sale of the Unit. New Owners must apply in their own right to the Waiting List. Similarly, if a Tenant has been granted a boat slip, that right terminates when the lease terminates and the tenant must remove the boat on or before the last day of possessory rights in the Unit. Any subsequent tenant interested in use of a boat slip must apply through the Unit’s Owner to be placed upon the waiting list.

Should the monthly boat slip fee ever fall in arrears, then the resident has 30 days from the due date to bring their account current. If after 30 days from the due date, should all fees and costs, including the late penalty not be paid in full, fees and costs, including the late penalty not be paid in full, then the Association shall have full legal remedies to have the boat removed at Resident’s expense.

51. Boats and boat trailers must be kept clean and neat. Boat covers must be securely fastened and kept in a neat manner. No boat trailer shall be parked on the grass areas or outside the trailer parking spaces and all trailers must be kept in operable condition with inflated tires.

52. Resident boat owners must be in their boat with their guests. Residents may use another resident boat with the owner’s permission.

53. No boat trailer shall extend beyond the end of the white parking strips more than 24 inches into the driveway.

54. The boat trailer parking spaces are for boats and boat trailers and shall not be used for storage or parking of other types of trailers such as utility trailers, work trailers, moving vans, moving trucks, etc. Moving vans and trucks that do not exceed the length requirement specified in Rule #70 are exempt from this rule for one night only. Oversize moving vans may park along the curb for one night. Exception: The Board of Directors may temporarily assign a trailer parking space to a resident for a second vehicle space as long as the trailer space is not needed for a boat trailer. If the space is subsequently needed for a boat trailer, the Board will revoke the assigned space.

55. Jet skies, air boats and loud high performance craft with open exhaust are not permitted to use the lakefront facilities including piers, loading ramp and boat trailer parking spaces.

56. Boat operators must maintain safe operation of their boat when using lakefront facilities and within 100 feet of the shoreline.

57. Boat loading ramps on the lake are highly restricted by the lake’s surrounding residents.
The Board, at their discretion, in extenuating circumstances, may allow a boat to be removed and returned to the lake using the ramp. The Board may also allow water patrol officers from the Sheriff’s office to use the ramp in order to patrol the lake.

BICYCLES, SKATEBOARDS AND TOYS

58. Inside bicycle storage space is available on a limited “first come first served” basis for a fee of $12.00 per year plus a $5.00 key deposit. All other bicycles shall be kept inside the resident’s unit or on the west side of the clubhouse on the concrete pad in the pipe bicycle racks and never on balconies, porches, breezeways or other common elements. Skates, skateboards, bikes, or any other toy on wheels may not be ridden on property, except for entering and leaving property.

59. All materials such as athletic equipment, fishing equipment, skiing equipment, boating equipment, storage chests, coolers, skateboards, scooters, tricycles, strollers, in-line skates and toys of any type shall be kept inside the unit and never on balconies, porches, breezeways or other common elements.

60. The use of skateboards, scooters, bicycles, tricycles, in-line skates and other similar wheeled vehicles are not permitted on the driveways. An adult closely attending a baby in a stroller and the like is permitted. Bicyclists entering and leaving the premises may use the driveways.

61. No children are permitted to play in parking spaces or in the driveway areas.

GARBAGE RECEPTORS AND TRASH DUMP

62. Garbage is picked up on Mondays and Thursdays around 6:00 a.m. Garbage must be placed in tied plastic bags set inside the garbage receptors. Garbage left outside the receptors will not be picked up. On other days when there is no scheduled pick-up, no garbage shall be placed outside the receptor. If a receptor is full, the residents are required to hold their garbage in their unit until a scheduled pick-up day or put their garbage in a green trash receptor near the car wash. Residents putting garbage out are requested to be considerate of those who must walk past the garbage receptor area when entering or leaving the premises. Items such as discarded clothes, boxes, mops, brooms, rags, bags full of papers, just plain trash, pizza boxes, shoe boxes, etc. must be bagged and put inside the large receptors near the car wash. Furniture, construction materials, hazardous materials and car batteries cannot be disposed of on this property. WastePro/City of Winter Park will not pick up these items.

63. The City of Winter Park no longer requires residents to separate their recyclable waste into blue bags and non-recyclable waste into white plastic bags.

64. No open containers holding paint, grease, oil, flammables, toxic chemicals or other substances which might spill or leak when the garbage is being removed by the refuse workers is permitted in garbage bags. All such legally disposable fluids must be sealed in non-leaking containers inside the tied plastic bags.

VEHICLES (PARKING) AND CAR WASH

65. Residents must park (forward only*) in their assigned parking spaces and never park in guest spaces for more than 10 minutes. Neither residents nor guests are permitted to park along the curbs except to load or unload and then for no more than 10 minutes. A resident moving in or out or unloading a number of unusually heavy items requiring a longer time may use guest space or park along the curb but residents must expedite loading and unloading and move the vehicle immediately upon completion.

*Some ground units have their windows directly adjacent to parked vehicles. This rule helps prevent toxic fumes entering living space of these units. As a matter of practicality, rather than selectively designating and differentiating the affected units from unaffected units, this rule is intended to apply to all vehicles sans exception.

66. Residents are not permitted to park in guest spaces in order to hold their assigned space open for an expected guest.

67. When residents who own a second vehicle desire a second parking space, the residents must make a written request to the Management Company. The request requires an accompanying $30.00 check for the first month’s parking fee. If a space is available and assigned by the Board, the residents shall pay a monthly parking fee of $30.00. When no second parking space is available for second vehicles, the residents must park the second vehicle off site or comply with Rule #68.

68. In the absence of an available second parking space for residents’ second vehicle, the residents may request permission from the Board for special consideration to accommodate the residents’ needs. The second vehicle may park in guest spaces on a first come first served basis (with no guarantee a space will be available) by paying a parking fee of $50.00 per month. This is called a “Roving Vehicle”.

69. By written agreement between two unit owners and written notice to the Management Company, a resident may park his/her second vehicle in another unit’s assigned space.

70. No second vehicle parking space shall be assigned to any single resident who owns a second vehicle. Residents who have frequent guests must comply with Rule #24 “Frequent Guest with Vehicle.” Residents may not reserve, use or be assigned a third vehicle parking space. Exception: boat trailer parking spaces.

71. All vehicles parking on the premises must be currently licensed. Improper licensed vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense. (Notice: The Lakeside Manor Board of Directors require that resident's vehicles parked on site must have a Parking Permit sticker placed on the lower right rear-window. Kindly contact Management at 407-574-5393 for your Parking Permit sticker.)

72. Vehicles not permitted on the premises: no motorcycles, motor bikes, motor scooter, motor home, RV, travel trailer, animal trailer, heavy duty long-bed truck, a truck with more than four wheels, a truck and/or trailer loaded with debris and/or construction materials, a vehicle without a muffler, a vehicle with straight pipes, a dune buggy, sand buggy, contrived vehicular contraption or an oversized and/or 'unsightly vehicle' or a high boy jacked up vehicle with oversized tires is permitted on the premises. This shall not include moving vans, public vehicles and construction vehicles, providing daytime services. At night, service vehicles are permitted for emergency purposes. Moving vans, moving trucks and trailers may park along curbs for one night only.

An 'unsightly vehicle' is defined as a vehicle which is not substantially whole as when purchased new, a vehicle substantially wrecked and not repaired, a vehicle with damaged fenders, bumpers, doors, radiator grills or other exterior surfaces, a vehicle missing a fender, bumper or door, a vehicle with cut off top, front or rear end, a vehicle loaded with debris and/or construction materials, a vehicle with prolonged flat tires, a vehicle displaying flags or numerous bumper stickers, a vehicle crudely or unsightly painted, a vehicle with camouflage paint, a vehicle with paint worn through to the undercoat, a vehicle with signs, names or logos, broken out windows and/or windshield, and any vehicle having characteristics not normal to a reasonably safe and fair condition, drivable vehicle. Violating vehicles are subject to be towed at the owner’s expense.

No vehicle shall park on the premises with objects atop the vehicle, slung underneath, or tied to the sides, front or back such as sporting equipment, plastic containers, wood boxes, homemade containers, boat or boating equipment, construction equipment, construction materials, furniture, lumber, trash or any other type of material. Vehicle dashboards, rear interior decks, and all other interior spaces shall be kept free of clutter, neat and clean. Exception: Brief periods of time when moving in and out.

An 'oversized vehicle' is one that extends beyond the white parking stripe more than 16 inches when parked tight against the concrete bumper. Unit owners must apply in writing and receive written approval from the Board for any vehicle exceeding this requirement prior to parking on the premises. The Board can give approval only if an appropriate space is available that will not cause a hazard to other drivers. Prospective residents are cautioned to be sure that their vehicles meet this requirement prior to signing any binding agreement for a unit purchase, leasing or occupancy purpose. Vehicles in violation of the Rs & Rs are not allowed to park on the premises and are subject to being towed at the owners expense.

73. No resident’s automobile or truck may be stored on the premises for more than a month without being attended by a resident. The resident must notify the Management Company, in writing, of such vehicles. No non-resident’s vehicle may be stored on the premises unless the Board receives and approves a written request from the unit owner for such storage. No trailers, except boat trailers, are permitted to be kept or parked on the premises. See Rules #72 & 82.

The vehicle owner whose vehicle leaks damaging fluids upon the asphalt pavement is responsible for the cost of repairing the damage caused by the leaking fluid.

74. Vehicle repair requiring removal of engine, oils, gear and engine grease, other motor fluids such as transmission fluids and brake fluids, are not permitted. Minor vehicle repairs such as a battery replacement, tire changing, non-oil/grease operations, and non-painting operations are permitted. Major or semi-major automobile repairs are not permitted.

75. Vehicles are not permitted to jump the concrete parking bumpers.

76. The cleaning of vehicles by removing debris and/or other materials stored in the trunk or inside the vehicle, and placing them in or adjacent to any resident’s parking space or in driveways is not permitted. Such activities must be done at the lakefront on the boat loading ramp and not in the space for car washing. The car wash space must be left for car washing. Any trash produced thereby must be removed immediately by the resident.

77. Only residents may wash a resident’s vehicle in the car wash. Residents must comply with the rules printed on the sign at the car wash. Vehicles of guests, friends or relatives are not permitted to be washed, waxed or detailed on the premises.

78. After vehicles are washed and vacuumed at the car wash space, the resident must remove all resulting trash.

79. Detailing vehicles is not permitted in the wash space, but is permitted on the drive leading to the boat ramp leaving the wash space open for others. The wash space is for washing, vacuuming and cleaning only. See Rule #74.

80. A resident who regularly has overnight guests who park in guest spaces must comply with Rule #24.

81. Owners who reside at LMC part of the year and have two vehicles on the premises for that part of the year only, may maintain a second vehicle parking space year round.

82. Small moving vans, moving trucks, moving trailers, repair vehicles, carpet cleaning vehicles or other type service vehicles are not permitted to drive into the breezeways.

83. Residents’ vehicles are permitted to pull into breezeways for loading and unloading providing they do not protrude into the walkway at the rear of the breezeway and are removed immediately.

Parking in breezeways is not permitted per Winter Park Fire Department.

ENFORCEMENT OF THE RULES AND REGULATIONS

Every Association member has the right to refuse the use of recreational facilities to a person whose conduct is in violation of the Association’s official Documents and/or Rs & Rs

The failure or refusal of an owner or resident to comply with a notice of violation and/or pay a levied fine may result in corrective action by the Board of Directors. The violator may be required to appear before the Fine Review Committee which may result in an additional fine being levied against the unit owner or resident, or the Board may proceed with legal action, i.e., ask the Association’s attorney to take legal action, in which case the owner or resident will be responsible for any court costs and attorneys’ fees.

The following is a list of certain Rules & Regulations for which fines have been predetermined and approved by the Fine Review Committee as required by Chapter 718 Florida Statute Condominium Act. This list constitutes the first notice to all owners and residents that such violations will result in an immediate request to appear before the Fine Review Committee or agree to pay the fine without making an appearance.

The listing of violations below should not be construed to mean that violation of other rules will result in a fine. The fine amounts listed below are for a onetime occurrence.

Rule #5 Loud parties, disturbances-quiet time 100.00
Rule #7 Guest violation - intentional violation 50.00
Rule #8 Pets on premises 75.00
Rule #11 Commercial signs 25.00
Rule #13 Balcony & porch materials 25.00
Rule #14 Hanging materials over balcony, etc. 10.00
Rule #16 Feeding animals 25.00
Rule #23 Notice to Sell, Lease or Occupy 50.00
Rule #24 Guest violation - frequent guests 50.00
Rule #32 Guest violation - no resident host 25.00
Rule #37 Babies in pool 50.00
Rule #38 Laundry - non-resident use 10.00
Rule #62 Garbage - garbage left out prior to pick-up days 10.00
Rule #65 Parking along curb 10.00
Rule #65 Parking in guest spot 25.00
Rule #67 Parking when there is no space available 50.00
Rule #72 Motorcycle, unsightly and/or oversize vehicles 50.00

POLICE, FIRE AND MEDICAL EMERGENCIES CALL 911

Police non-emergency (407) 644-1313

Fire non-emergency (407) 644-1212

Poison Control Center (800) 222-1222

Public Works after hours emergency (407) 599-3219

Progress Energy outage line (800) 228-8485

Progress Energy (407) 629-1010

Sprint (800) 339-1811

Bright House Cable (407) 291-2500

Florida Hospital Winter Park Emergency Department (407) 646-7321

Florida Hospital Orlando Emergency Department (407) 303-1940

Florida Hospital Altamonte Springs Emergency Department (407) 303-2230

Orlando Regional Medical Center Emergency Department (407) 841-5133

NOISE VIOLATIONS AND DOMESTIC VIOLATION

The Association’s Documents require a quiet time during the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. All residents and their guests are required to comply with quiet time rule. Every resident of LMC is entitled to live in peace and quiet during the night hours. Those who violate the quiet time are subject to being fined by the Board of Directors.

Here is what you may choose to do when a violation occurs:

First, remember that it is not always safe to approach a person who is excited or aggravated over some issue, especially at night. Don’t try to be the judge and jury and settle the matter between these persons. Exercise extreme caution if you do decide to speak with the offenders. They may be violent when angry.

You may choose to make a written report to the Management Company giving time, date, unit number and the type of violation. This will create an official record of the offence. The Management Company may write a letter to the offender. This would become the first notice to the resident of the violation of quiet time. The letter may notify the resident that the next violation of quiet time will result in the resident being requested to appear before the Fine Review Committee.

If the situation is severe, call the Winter Park Police Department immediately to report the incident. When the officer appears on site, advise him/her of the offense and ask that a police report be made. Ask the officer to give you his/her business card with the date and case number written on it. If you wish to make an anonymous complaint, advise the dispatcher when you call. The officer will not come to your door.

Don’t wait until things have quieted down. That may be too late for the officer to make a report. Call immediately!

Winter Park Police Department Non-emergency complaint number 407-644-1313. For an emergency dial 911. --


COMMUNITY LIVING
By Richard White
Excerpted from the Orlando Sentinel

Condo and HOA Boards can be held liable for inaction.
This is why Condo and HOA Boards must enforce Rules and Regulations.

Q. We are a small community, which operates with a good Board. The problem is that the Board doesn’t like to enforce our deed restrictions because everybody knows everybody, and we are afraid to make enemies with our neighbors.

Can a homeowner take the Board to court for not enforcing the restrictions?

A. Yes, any owner can take the Association and Board to court for failure to enforce the Documents. This is a problem with neighbors trying to enforce violations against neighbors. Enforcement should be in the form of a letter, not by phone or direct contact.

Violation letters should be in third person. The letter should say something like the following:

"Please refer to section XYZ of our Documents that says ‘no parking on the grass.’ It was reported that you had a car parked on the grass XYZ date. Please take action not to park on the grass again. Failure to act may result in …"

If possible, attach a photograph to the letter and file. You should have a Rule Committee to review infractions and mediations. The Committee should be independent from the Board and have powers to overturn enforcement or make recommendations to the Board. --

IMPORTANT FACTOID          

This is the Age of Transparency and Full Disclosure

Many States require Sellers to provide prospective Buyers with a
written disclosure statement covering working condition of items such
as appliances, structural defects and modifications, possible easements,
laminate flooring in upper story units, neighborhood problems and
other material fact that may affect the principal's decision to purchase.
Most states require disclosure of deaths, as well, and not just the ones
from unnatural causes. If a natural death occurred in the house within the
past three years, it needs to be disclosed -- right up there with whether
unleaded paint is on the walls if the home was built before 1978 and
whether any termite or other infestations have ever occurred. As a seller,
it's important to be up front about your home's flaws -- even the ones you
have paid to correct. It's a good way to avoid the risk of future legal actions.
And it also underscores the importance, if you are a buyer, of doing your due
diligence and investigating every disclosure your seller is required to make.

This Web page in no way represents the
Lakeside Manor Condominium Association,
LMCA Board of Directors, or its Management.
Data herein is provided solely as an online service and
convenience to visitors of LakeKillarney.com Web site,
as well as our sister Web site, LakesideManorOnline.com.
Contact Karen McRainey, 407-574-5393, at Pathway Properties, for
questions or information pertaining to the latest Rules and Regulations.

Do not believe everything you see, hear or think.

"Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in
anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in
anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe
in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in
traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. But after
observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is
conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.”
Siddhartha Gautama Buddha

      


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