Our community is governed by legal documents for the Homeowners’ Association.  Our documents are listed below.  Each resident should be familiar with these.

Subdivision Plat – describes the location and nature of the common property and the individual lots

Property Deeds – comprises the individual lot deed and the deeds to common property which give a legal description of the property

The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions – is the collection of covenants imposed on all property within the development and provides:
For automatic association membership of all owners and the basis for voting rights The obligation of each owner to share in funding the cost of association operations Certain restrictions (architectural control and other rules) on the use of the property and the association’s enforcement powers Sets forth the power and authority of the association to own and maintain the common property and to make and enforce rules

Articles of Incorporation – creates the association as a legal entity under state corporate statute; defines the board powers and responsibilities of the association and its membership; and, sets forth the process for creating the board of directors, voting system, etc.

Bylaws – implements, in specific detail, the provisions of the CC&Rs 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

Most of these documents can be found on the Delaware County’s Website through the Auditor’s and Recorder’s links.  To access the Delaware County website, please use . You will be directed away from our Parkshore Homeowners’ Association website.

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