This website is currently being used as an informational vehicle to the homeowners and residents of The Tropics Of Waikele Association. Our goal is to provide first hand information to benefit all of our residents and assist homeowners in assuring the maintenance and beauty of our community. We are hoping this forum will not only help maintain and improve our community. but also be used by prospective homeowners as an additional information vehicle. Realtors and Lenders may also find this site helpful. We hope you take the time to visit us and enjoy the aspects this site will have to offer for the residents of our great community. We are adding new content on a regular basis so take a peek at the pages for updates. E-mail your humble webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information or suggestions for this site.
As part of the service of this site, it is important to understand some basic terminology and how we plan to help the community with this information. Before we move on, every homeowner should be familiar and be in possession of the following basic documents from which everything about our community is based. If you are not familiar with these documents or have questions, please feel free to contact a Board member. Unofficial copies of these documents for our community are aon the "Documents" page available for download. Here is a brief generic breakdown:
Basic Condominium/Townhome Legal Documents
State Enabling Statute-permits the creation of condominium/townhome form of ownership and prescribes the basis of determining ownership interest, rights and obligations of the owners, duties and powers of the association, and the process of dissolution of the condominium
Subdivision of Condominium/Townhome Plat-describes the location and nature of the common elements and the units
Condominium Declaration or Master Deed-defines the units, common and limited common elements, and is the collection of covenants imposed on the property to provide for:
The basis for allocation of percentage ownership interest
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The obligation of each owner to share in funding the cost of association operations
The power, authority, and responsibility of the association in its operations and in making and enforcing rules
Individual Unit Deeds-comprises the individual unit deed
Articles of Incorporation-creates the association as a corporation under state corporate statute and defines its membership and sets forth the process for creating the board of directors, voting procedures, etc.
Bylaws-implements, in specific detail, the provisions of the Declaration and the Articles of Incorporation regarding the association operations, including delineation of the meeting process, election procedures, powers and duties, board meetings, committees, insurance requirements, rule-making and enforcement process
Rules and Regulations-sets forth the operational powers or provisions and the use restrictions adopted by the association
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