General Fines. In the event no specific penalty is set forth in the section for Specific Fines below, the Managing Agent is authorized to impose the following fines for any founded violation of the Administrators Rules:
Specific Fines. For a founded violation of the specific Administrators Rules set forth below, the Managing Agent is authorized to impose the following fines and penalties:
Animal Welfare & Control Violations
Security Alarms Violations (False Alarms)
Failure to Provide Contact Information for Commercial Tenants
Failure to Register Occupants
The Managing Agent is authorized to impose the fees set forth below:
When an Owner makes advance arrangements for excess trash removal with the Managing Agent, the Managing Agent may charge the Owner an excess trash removal fee equal to the cost of the extra pickup plus an additional 10% for the extra administrative cost. When an Owner fails to make advance arrangements for excess trash removal, the cost of removal may be added to any fine or penalty imposed, or it may be charged if no fine or penalty is imposed.
Removal of Vehicles and Electric Vehicles
When the Managing Agent finds it necessary to move or remove a vehicle, the Managing Agent may charge the Owner the reasonable cost plus an additional 10% for the extra administrative cost.
Assessments and Payments
When an Owner fails to pay any assessment or other amount due in a timely manner (monthly assessments are due by the 20th day of the month), the Managing Agent must take the following steps:
The Managing Agent will determine the fees, if any, for all special events held on Common Areas, which must be related to actual costs and similar to charges at other locations in the community for similar events.
Review of Documents
The Managing Agent may charge $10 plus $0.10 per page for producing copies of documents requested, plus mailing costs, if any.
Real Estate Transfers and Sales
A Transfer Fee of $250 must be paid to Master Condominium by the purchaser at closing to cover the cost of providing required documents; however, if all required documents are requested by a buyer prior to closing, they must be provided at that time upon payment of the sum of $250, which will not be refundable in the event closing does not occur and which will be credited as paid at closing if closing does occur. A current Owner of property within the Master Condominium who documents prior payment of a $250 transfer fee at the time of the acquisition of that property will pay a reduced fee of $100 per property when acquiring subsequent properties.