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Pineland Heights RECORDED DOCS
Neighborhood Rules and Regulations
ARB Application
2018 Amendment to Pineland Heights CCR
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MANDATORY ANNUAL INSURANCE ASSESSMENTS will be invoiced and payable by March 31st of each year. This insurance covers the actual building and is a requirement of our Covenants & Restrictions.  A copy of the declaration page is available in the documents section above.

  • Article XI, Section 5 dictates that the association is required by Law to provide insurance to all 19 buildings that include 114 units.  The Pineland Heights association created a special assessment each year to cover the cost of this insurance.  The HOA is required to make sure the insurance is enough in order to rebuild the buildings in case of a claim. This policy is in place to protect all owners in the event the property is damaged, and where insurance might be needed to rebuild the structure.
  • Each owner should have a separate insurance policy that covers their personal property, upgrades, and potential lost rents if they desire. The Assoication cannot mandate this, but many lenders might. Many times, owners will have what is commonly known as a HO6 policy. Please check with your insurance agent to make sure that you are properly insured.
  • As an owner, you are responsible for everything inside the walls of your unit. The covenants discuss how claims need to be made in case of a problem. Your insurance coverage will always be in the first position for any claim, with the association policy coming next.  Note: Owners are responsible for paying the deductible if a claim is made against the association policy.

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Please note that some documents were downloaded from the County and were current as of the date they were downloaded.  They have been scanned via Optical Character Recognition.  They are not certified as complete, and they and ARE NOT THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS.  Please consult your closing attorney or the County directly for the most current, accurate complete and legal information.

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