Effective: March 1, 2012.

Resolution 2012-1 supersedes prior resolutions with regard to due process.  A few highlights:

  • If a Unit Owner is more than 60 days past due in payment of assessments, or in violation of rules and regulations despite notice to correct, the Board of Directors may schedule a hearing with regard to suspension of priviliges such as parking and use of the pool.
  • If a Unit Owner has a "continuing" violation, such as trash on their balcony or patio,  that they have failed to remedy within the days specified in the notice they have been sent, they may be called to a hearing to present their defenses prior to being assessed monetary charges.
  • If a Unit Owner has a "single offense" violation, e.g., use of a charcoal grill or open flame, within 24 months of being previously cited for said violation, the Board may call them directly to a hearing without a lengthy notice period.
  • Read the resolution for complete information.

These rules are intended to ensure prompt attention to Talltree South rules and regulations, but to provide due process for Owners to present their explanations.

Open or Download Resolution 2012-1, Due Process. [.pdf, 43.3 K]

Things You Should Know

Landlord Address and Phone

If you are a landlord, you must provide your current address and daytime and evening telephone numbers and cell phone numbers to the Association to ensure that all notices from the Association reach you directly and that you can be reached in case of emergency.

Non-receipt of an invoice or payment coupon does not relieve you of the obligation to pay an assessment or charge by the due date.

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