I. Introduction

Tuttle Estates Community Association has legal restrictions that freestanding homes do not have. These restrictions are outlined in the Tuttle Estates Community Association’s Declaration of Easements, Covenants, Restrictions and Conditions & By-Laws.

Tuttle Estates Community Association consists of the buildings and a total of 248 units. Attached is a property site map. (See Exhibit A).

The Board of Directors (“Board”) cannot maintain all personal and real property rights unless each Owner participates in protecting such rights. Owners observing violations of rules may bring the violation to the attention of the person so acting. Often, a gentle reminder of the rules, given directly form neighbor to neighbor, is an effective solution. If not satisfactory resolution results, or if the homeowner is not comfortable dealing directly with a person he/she believes violated the rules, the Board should be notified in writing with details of what was observed. In the event of an emergency or potentially dangerous violation of the Rules, the police, fire department or other property authority, as applicable, should be called at once.