Come to Waikiki and enjoy this grand Vacation/Executive Condo with 2 Master BRs 5 min. from the Beach

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Home Description

Fully furnished 1270 sf distributed over 2 master bedrooms, kitchen, living and dining rooms, with and additional 280sf lanai as we call our balconies, across from Ft. DeRussy park and Hilton Hawaiian Village. With some of the most stunning views on Oahu's south shore, Unit 18-A of Canterbury Place is sure to enchant you with one glance. Gorgeous views of the ocean, Waikiki, Honolulu skyline, and Diamond Head can be seen from almost every vantage point in the unit. Fully furnished and decorated, this place offers all the comforts for you pleasant stay in Waikiki. Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors that open to a spacious lanai allow residents to enjoy the soft trade wind breezes and smell the fresh, sea air. Lounge in the sun on the lanai or gaze at the Ocean and Waikiki skyline from the cozy couch, your true vacation destination awaits.

The prestigious Canterbury Place offers premium security features including: locked lobby doors, 24-hour private security services, and an intercom device, so that safety and comfort are never an issue. Concrete walls allow residents to enjoy a noise level of their own preference without disturbing or being disturbed by other residents. For continued relaxation, Canterbury Place offers amenities such as: a heated pool, Jacuzzi, dry sauna, gas powered barbecue station, recreation room, lawn chairs for sun bathing, and a small tennis court. 

Walking distance to all...beach, shops, restaurants, Ala Moana mall. Watch the every Friday Hilton fireworks from your lanai! 24 hr. security. 
Wifi/HDTV, electricity and A/C are of course included. 

All that at $4,700 + 13.972% Taxes per mo., 4.712% for stays over 6 months, peak season rates will be $5,700 + taxes per month, is a pretty good deal in our luxury building with 24 hour security.
Parking is available for $5/day.
A 30-day minimum stay is required. 
A small, clean, quiet well behaved pet is $200/month extra and has to obey to the Condo rules.

About The Area

Located adjacently from Hilton Hawaiian Village and Fort DeRussy, this property offers a variety of destinations for all desires. Beaches, restaurants, shops, entertainment, and parks are just a short walk down the street.

House Rules

“In the event any owner, resident or guest wishes to report inappropriate or unacceptable conduct on the part of any of the Assodation ‘s employees, agents

and contractors, the owner, resident or guest shou/d submit his or her complaint

to the Board of Directors in writing. Owners, residents or guests shou/d refrain

from any direct contact with the Assodation’s employees, agents and

contractors. Fu,ther, owners, residents and guests are prohibited from harassing,

and/or intetfering with thejob duties and responsibilities ofAssodation employees,

agents and contractors. “Harassing” shall indude, but not be limited to, engaging

in any course of conduct directed toward or against spedfic person(s) that is

intended to cause, and/or does cause undue stress and/or emotional distress to

such person(s), and/or which in any way negatively impacts theirjob petformance

or the providing ofservices to the Assodation.”

Please contact your Resident Manager or the managing agent should you have

any questions. Mahalo.

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#1108 File

ASSOCIATION OF APARTMENT OWNERS

OF CANTERBURY PLACE

HOUSE RULES

1. THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS ARE ENFORCEABLE BY THE RESIDENT MANAGER AND

SECURITY)WATCH PERSONNEL. THE HOUSE RULES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE NOT INTENDED

TO CONFLICT WITH THE BY-LAWS AND/OR RULES AND REGULATION OF THE ASSOCIATION

OF APARTMENT OWNERS.

2. These rules may be modified and amended at any time by a majority vote of the Board of

Directors of the Association of Apartment Owners. These “House Rules” supercede aN previously

distributed rules and amendments to the rules.

3. None of the provisions of the Project documents are intended to be in contravention of the State

or Federal Fair Housing Act. The Board will at all times comply with the provisions of the Fair

Housing Act when acting upon requests by handicapped persons to make reasonable

modifications, at their cost, to apartments and/or to the common elements of the project if the

proposed modifications are reasonable and necessary for their full enjoyment of the project. The

Board will also comply with the provisions of the Fair Housing Act when acting upon requests by

handicapped persons for exemptions from any of the provisions of the Project documents that

would interfere with said handicapped persons’ equal opportunity to use and/or enjoy their

apartments and/or the common elements of the project.

----GENERAL RULES----

4. All Owners, Guests, Renters and Agents shall register with the Resident Manager. Owners who do not

reside full time on the island of Oahu must have an appointed agent registered with the Resident Manager’s

Office. All Residents shall give emergency notification information to the Resident Manager and shall be

given a registration packet, which includes the House Rules. In the event the Resident Manager’s office is

not furnished with duplicate keys to an apartment and emergency entry is required, the apartment owner,

and not the Association or the Board, shall be liable for any direct or consequential damages; including the

Associations’ cost to hire a locksmith to gain entry to the apartment.

5. Employees of Canterbury Place are not required to accept deliveries for Owners or Residents. Neither

Resident Manager nor Employees are responsible for packages or other deliveries left in halls, at doors of

units or any other place on premises, nor for any personal property placed or left in or about the building.

6. Recreational activities shall be limited to areas set aside for such activities. Recreational activities will not

be permitted in hallways, lobbies, elevators, the parking garage or other common areas. The 7th floor

Recreation Deck is designated for swimming and paddle tennis activities only.

7. No surfboards, bicycles or other similar items shall be permitted in the elevators. Surfboards and bicycles

must be stored in areas designated in the basement. The bicycle rack is located in the basement for

Residents’ use. All bicycle owners shall register with the office and shall have a current City and County

license. All surfboard owners shall register with the office and obtain a rack number and a lock. A security

deposit is required for the lock.

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8. No barbecuing with charcoal or briquettes is permitted in the building at anytime. Open flame barbecuing is

strictly prohibited with in residential units.

9. No shooting of fireworks of any type shall be permitted in or around the premises. It is illegal. No owner,

guest, renter, agent or vendor shall use or permit to be brought into the building or common areas

anything deemed hazardous to life, limb, or property, such as gasoline, kerosene or other combustibles,

nor fireworks or other explosives.

10. All plants shall be placed in double-pan overflow containers so as to prevent the dripping of water or soil onto

other apartments or the common elements. Care will be taken in scrubbing lanais so as to prevent water

from running down the exterior of the building.

11. Storage is available in the Mechanical Rooms on various floors and is accessible only between the hours of

8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Please call the security/watchperson for entry during these hours. All items stored

must be clearly marked with the owner’s name, unit number, and contact phone number. A walkway leading

from the entry door to the back wall shall be established and kept clear at all times. This walkway must be a

minimum of two feet wide. Rooms that have electrical/cable/etc. boxes on a wall are to have that wall as the

walkway to the back wall. Rooms having water shutoffs or drain cleanouts are to have that wall as the

walkway to the back wall. In all other rooms, the walkway is to be down the middle to the back wall. Items

shall be stacked no higher than six feet from the floor.

12. Each Apartment Owner shall, be responsible for the conduct of all Occupants of his/her unit, including

Tenants, Family and Guests, at all times and shall ensure that their behavior is neither offensive to any

Occupant of the Project nor damaging to any portion of the common elements. Any resident who is

requested by the Resident Manager or by a SecurityiWatchperson to take action regarding the conduct of

such resident shall do so immediately. Any guest who will be residing in the building for more than one

week shall register with the Resident Manager’s Office.

13. No Resident and/or Commercial Tenant shall make or permit any disturbing noises in the building or on the

grounds or permit anything to be done by such persons that will interfere with the rights, comforts or

conveniences of other Residents. All noises from whatever source shall be discriminatingly controlled so

same shall not disturb or annoy other Residents of the building. Quiet time is between the hours of 10 PM

and 8 AM.

14. Any damage to the building caused by the moving of furniture or other personal effects shall be repaired at

the expense of the Owner causing such damage. Owners, Agents and Vendors are responsible for cleaning

or repair of any damage to the common elements (for example, hallways, elevators) which are required as

the result of their work in the building.. Protective mats should be used at all times to cover the carpeting in

the halls and other areas that must be used for entry and exit to the building. Do not slide items across

carpeting. Cleaning will be charged at $25.00 per hour; repairs will be charged at $40.00 per hour or the

cost to the Association, whichever is higher.

15. Owners, their Guests, Renters, Agents and Vendors are responsible for disposing of all construction debris.

Use of the trash chutes or dumpsters in the building for disposal of such debris is prohibited. Owners will be

charged for the removal of any trash left in common areas.

16. All moving must be done from the basement level. Arrangements shall be made in advance through the

Resident Manager’s office. Moving hours are between 8 AM and 5 PM, Monday through Friday and

Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM. No moving on Sundays.

17. No deliveries by Vendors or pickup of furniture and major household appliances shall be made without prior

arrangement with the Resident Manager.

18. The freight elevator must be used for transporting any items other than people. Contact the

security/watchperson to arrange for use of the freight elevator.

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19. No flammable materials, such as paint, thinner, solvent, gasoline or other combustible materials shall be put

into the trash chute.

20. Refuse must be wrapped or bagged before depositing into rubbish containers or chutes. Large items, heavy

empty items and boxes are to be left in the utility/trash room for pickup.

21. Nothing shall be thrown, emptied or swept from the lanais, windows, stairs, doors, hallways or walkways by

Owners, their Guests, Renters, Agents or Vendors, nor shall anything be hung from the outside of the

windows or lanais or placed in the outside windowsills.

22. No smoking is permitted in any common area of the Canterbury Place, which includes the 7th floor

Recreation Deck and Party Room. No cigarette butts shall be put out, dropped or thrown in the parking lot,

hallways, elevators, stairways, sidewalks, lanais or other common areas.

23. Public hallways, stairways, walkways and passageways shall not be obstructed or used for purposes other

than ingress and egress. Footwear and floor mats shall not be left in the hallway.

24. No common exterior area shall be used for the storage of any items.

25. No personal items, such as lumber, signs, furniture, crates or flammable materials shall be permitted to be

left in the parking stalls.

26. Carts are available for residents’ convenience and should be returned immediately after use to the

designated area next to the recycle bins in the parking areas. Please do not leave them in common areas

such as the hallways, trash rooms or elevator lobbies. Such behavior detracts from the overall desirable

aesthetics of Canterbury Place.

27. The repair and/or maintenance of the apartment interior are the responsibility of the apartment owner and

should be kept in good repair. This includes but is not limited to chill water air handlers, appliances,

bathroom fans within the unit, and plumbing. Kitchen disposals should be use for disposing of soft waste,

using cold water only. Residents must have all leaky toilets, faucets, water pipes or showers repaired

immediately.

28. Only licensed electrical and plumbing contractors may do work or repairs within the apartments. Hawaii’s

Handyman Exemption Law allows for work up to $1,000, however, this does not apply to electrical or

plumbing work.

29. Subject to prior notice, the Board of Directors or its representative(s) shall be allowed access to any

apartment in the building at any reasonable hour of the day in order to access a common element (such as

but not limited to water lines, electrical wiring, etc.) or in response to a complaint, such as but not limited to

insects, vermin or other pests. The Board of Directors Or its representative(s) may enter an apartment at

any time in case of emergency such as fire, flooding, and other similar emergencies. Except for an

emergency, a minimum of 48-hours notice will be given, when practical.

30. If the services of the Police Department, the Fire Department, or an ambulance are required, they should be

contacted directly. The Telephone Company has provided a centralized emergency assistance service,

which can be reached directly by dialing 911. Any emergency, particularly such emergencies as flooding or

fire must immediately be brought to the attention of the Resident Manager by phoning 947-7221 after the

emergency agency has been called. In the event of a fire or life-threatening situation, trigger the hallway

alarm, leave the building immediately, and report such situation as soon as possible to the Resident

Manager or Security.

31. In the event any owner, resident or guest wishes to report inappropriate or unacceptable conduct on the

part of any of the Association’s employees, agents and contractors, the owner, resident or guest should

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submit his or her complaint to the Board of Directors in writing. Owners, residents or guests should

refrain from any direct contact with the Association’s employees, agents and contractors. Further,

owners, residents and guests are prohibited from harassing, and/or interfering with the job duties and

responsibilities of Association employees, agents and contractors. “Harassing” shall include, but not be

limited to, engaging in any course of conduct directed toward or against specific person(s) that is intended

to cause, and/or does cause undue stress and/or emotional distress to such person(s), and/or which in any

way negatively impacts their job performance or the providing of services to the Association.

---CONSTRUCTION--RENOVATIONS---32.

All Owners, Agents and Vendors are required to comply strictly with the provisions of the Project

Documents for Canterbury Place (Declaration, By-Laws And House Rules) and the provisions of Chapter

514A, Hawaii Revised Statutes.

33. The Project Documents and Chapter 514A prohibit certain alterations or additions within an apartment

without the prior written approval of the Board of Directors. Owners or Other Occupants who are

contemplating remodeling should first consult with the Board of Directors or its Authorized Representative

to ascertain whether prior approval is required. Any structural alteration that involves any load bearing

wall or any utility requires prior approval. Commencement of any remodeling without approval may result

in an Owner having to remove alterations.

34. Owners, Agents and Vendors must register at the Resident Manager’s prior to commencement of any

work and must show proof of current business license and insurance. They will be given a packet that

includes working hours and elevator usage.

35. Except in those cases where construction or alterations are permitted by the Declaration, no Apartment

Owner or Occupant shall erect or place in the Project any building or structure including fences and walls,

nor make any additions or alterations to any common elements or limited common elements of the

Project, except in accordance with plans and specifications, including detailed plot plan, prepared by a

State of Hawaii licensed architect and approved by the Board of Directors.

36. An Owner of two adjoining apartments in the project may make alterations of the party walls common to

and between the apartments jointly owned only in accordance with plans and specifications first approved

in writing by the Board of Directors.

37. Each Owner of a Residential apartment shall be responsible for the care and maintenance of the lanai

that is inclusive of their apartment. Such Owner may not, however, paint or otherwise decorate the walls

and ceilings of the lanai without the PRIOR WRITTEN APPROVAL OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

It is intended that the exterior of the building shall present a uniform appearance and, to affect that end,

the Board may require the painting of walls and ceilings of each lanai and regulate the type and color of

paint to be used. Plants or plantings will not be placed on top of lanai exterior walls/railings. No storage is

permitted on lanais.

38. All draperies and curtains used in any apartment and visible from the buildings exterior shall be lined with

a material of an off-white or white shade.

39. Awnings are not permitted.

40. Working hours are between 8 AM and 5 PM, Monday through Friday, and Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM. No

working on Sundays.

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41. Except for emergencies, water-shut downs in the building are held on the first Tuesday of the month as

requested. At least one-week advance notice must be given to the Resident Manager. Such shutdowns

are permitted with advance approval for up to three hours only.

42. Any materials related to construction, renovation or cleaning may not be disposed of in any common

area. This includes but is not limited to carpet, appliances, lumber, paint, drywall, cleaning solutions and

trash.

43. All tools and renovation/construction materials must be transported to and from the unit from the

basement using the freight elevator. Elevators two and three may not be used for transporting tools and

renovation/construction materials.

----PARKING----

44. Parking in assigned stalls will be permitted for Owners and/or their Renters who reside in the building and

only within the spaces assigned to them. No automobile or motorcycle repair work is permitted on the

premises.

45. There are only two GuestNendor Stalls. They are located in the basement and will be used on a “firstcome,

first-served” basis. Only one vehicle per unit is permitted at any given time. Parking in these

stalls is limited to five hours within any 24-hour period; the driver shall register at the security/watch

desk. No Owner shall use these parking stalls. There is to be no parking in the guest stalls from 2 AM

to 7 AM. Offenders will be towed at the offender’s expense.

46. Parking in the Circle Drive is limited to Owners and their Guests, Renters, Agents and Vendors.

There is a 15-minute limit on all parking in the Circle Drive. Drivers parking in the Circle Drive shall

register the vehicle at the security/watch desk. Offenders will be towed at the offender’s expense.

47. Residents may not hose or wash automobiles or motorcycles in the parking areas. Automobiles shall be

centered in parking spaces lengthwise so as to prevent crowding of adjacent spaces and/or blocking of

passages. Only one automobile is permitted to be parked in a stall. Motorcycles, mopeds and bicycles

may be parked in the stall if they do not exceed beyond the length and width of the stall.

48. The Resident Manager shall be immediately notified whenever a parking stall is transferred to another

unit or loaned, leased or rented to a resident of another apartment. Parking stalls shall not be sold,

loaned, leased or rented to anyone other than Canterbury Place residents.

49. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of their respective parking stall(s).

50. Vehicles will not exceed 5 miles per hour while on Canterbury Place property. Driving lights shall be used

in the parking structure.

51. All vehicles parked in the garage must be in operating càndition with a Canterbury Place parking decal or

hanging tag.

----PETS----

52. No animals other than dogs, cats, fish and birds may be kept by Owners/Renters in their respective units.

No animals shall be kept, bred or used therein for any Commercial purpose nor allowed on any common

elements except in transit when carried. No more than a total of either two dogs, cats or birds are

permitted. One fish tank shall not be any larger than 75 gallons. Multiple tanks shall not exceed a total of

150 gallons.

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53. Owner/Renters who maintain pets must care for them in a proper and sanitary manner, controlling fleas,

ticks, and flies and disposing of fecal matter promptly in a toilet or trash chute. Fecal matter and litter shall

be double-bagged before it is deposited in the trash chute. Pets will be controlled to prevent disturbing

neighbors or health problems.

54. Pet Owners shall indemnify the Association and hold it harmless against any loss or liability of any kind

arising from such pets.

55. Pets are not permitted on the Recreation Deck or in the Meeting/Party Room.

56. Owner/Fenters are responsible to ensure their pets do not become a nuisance due to barking, whining or

other noise at anytime.

57. Failure to comply with the above rule will classify a pet as a nuisance and said pet shall be permanently

removed promptly upon notice given by the Board of Directors.

58. The feeding of birds, pigeons, etc. other than caged pets, in any apartment or on any private lanai or

common area is prohibited.

----SWIMMING POOL RULES----

59. The Recreation Deck is open from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM. No one is permitted in this area except

Canterbury Place personnel at any time between 10:00 PM and 9:00 AM. No nudity, obscene or

offensive language, use of illegal drugs or drunkenness will be tolerated. Parties being held in the

party room are permitted until 10:00 PM. The recreation deck and its accompanying facilities, pool,

sauna, spa, and room shall be vacated by 10:00 PM. Reservations for the BBQ and Recreation Room

may be made through the Resident Manager’ Office. Cooking in the common areas shall be limited to

the outdoor grill furnished by the Association.

60. Residents and their Guests use the SWIMMING POOLJSPAISAUNA at their own risk. The privilege of

having pool Guests shall not be abused.

61. All persons using the SWIMMING POOL/SPA/SAUNA shall take a cleansing shower bath before

entering the SWIMMING POOL/SPA/SAUNA or enclosure. A bather leaving the pool to use the toilet

shall take a second cleansing bath before returning to the SWIMMING POOL/SPA room or enclosure;

Showers shall also be taken before using POOL/SPA/SAUNA after use of sun tan oils. Deck chairs

must be covered with a towel when using sun tan oil.

62. Non-swimmers are not allowed to use the SWIMMING POOL/SPA unless accompanied by an

experienced swimmer. Life Vests, Water Wings or other swimming aids shall be U.S. Coast Guard

Approved.

63. Swimming is not allowed in other than proper SWIMMING APPAREL.

64. Any person having an infectious or communicable disease shall be excluded from a public

SWIMMING POOL/SPA. Persons having any open blisters, cuts, etc., are warned that these are likely

to become infected and advised not to use the pool. For health reasons, please limit your time in the

SPA/SAUNA to 15 minutes to prevent overheating and dizziness.

65. Infants and toddlers to prevent contamination of the SWIMMING POOL/SPA shall use swim diapers.

66. The SWIMMING POOL/SPA shall be immediately closed for cleaning in the event of an accidental

fecal or vomitus discharge. All bathers shall be ordered to leave the swimming pool/spa until such

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substances are removed. A closed system public swimming pool shall be disinfected before the pool

is reopened for use. An open system public swimming pool shall be kept closed until it is determined

that the water quality meets the standards set by this chapter.

67. No running, pushing or shoving of persons is permitted around the pool area. No jumping from any

part of the building or railings into the pool is permitted.

68. Life Ring, Rope, Hook, and other emergency equipment shall not be used as play toys.

69. No rafts, tanks and diving gear, athletic equipment or other inappropriate equipment shall be permitted

in the SWIMMING POOL/SPA or on the recreation deck.

70. No pets are allowed in the SWIMMING POOL/SPA/SAUNA.

71. No horseplay will be allowed on the recreation deck. All portable radios, tape decks, TV’s etc. brought

onto the recreation deck must be used with earphone or headset.

72. Spitting, spouting of water, blowing the nose, etc., in the SWIMMING POOL/SPA shall be strictly

prohibited. No smoking is permitted on the Recreation Deck, including the POOL/SPA /SAUNA.

73. No containers or any breakable material shall be permitted on the recreation deck. No food or drink

shall be permitted in the immediate area of the spa or pool. (Within four (4) feet.)

74. No one intoxicated or under medical supervision should use the SPA/SAUNA.

75. AFTER USING THE SWIMMING POOL/SPA, RESIDENTS AND GUESTS SHALL DRY

THEMSELVES THOROUGHLY BEFORE ENTERING THE LOBBIES OR ELEVATORS OF THE

BUILDING.

----ENFORCEMENT OF RULES AND FINES----

Enforcement of rules and fines may be grounds for legal action to recover sums due, for damages or injunctive

relief, or both, maintainable by the Property Manager or the Board of Directors on behalf of the Association of

Apartment Owners or, in a proper case by an aggrieved apartment owner.

The Resident Manager and Security/Watchpersons have the authority to strictly enforce these House Rules.

Threats against the Resident Manager or Staff are a serious violatioh.

1. First Offense - A written citation given or sent to the violator with a copy to the owner, as applicable.

2. Second Offense - A written citation given or sent to the violator with a copy to the owner, as applicable,

and a $50.00 fine assessed against the owner.

3. Third Offense - A written citation given or sent to the violator with a copy to the owner, as applicable, and

a $100.00 fine may be assessed against the owner.

4. Fourth and Subsequent Offense(s) - A written citation given or sent to the violator with a copy to the

owner, as applicable, and a $200.00 fine may be assessed against the owner for each offense.

5. Second, third, fourth and subsequent offenses within a 12-month period need NOT be for a violation of

the same provision before a fine is imposed. For example, if an owner, tenant or their guest violates a

“Pool” rule for the first violation, and then violates a “Noise” rule for the second violation, the fine would

be imposed on the violator, with the owner ultimately responsible, upon the occurrence of the second

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violation. It is not necessary for an owner, tenant or their guest to violate a specific rule, such as a

“Noise” rule twice before a $50.00 fine is levied. Similarly, a $100.00 fine may be assessed for a third

violation of the House Rules and a $200.00 fine may be assessed for fourth and subsequent violations of

these House Rules.

The Board has delegated its authority to impose fines to the Resident Manager. Fines will be

payable to “AOAO Canterbury Place.” Further, the Board has delegated its authority to the

Property Manager to take appropriate action pursuant to the following Rule, number 6:

6. Payment of Fines and Liability - Apartment owners shall be liable for their own fines and for fines

assessed against their guests, family members, agents, employees, tenants, their tenants’ guests, family

members, agents and employees. If a fine is not paid as required, the apartment owner shall be

ultimately responsible for such payment. Payment must be made by check, payable to AOAO

Canterbury Place, within ten (10) calendar days following the date of the citation. Payment of a fine shall

be mailed or hand-delivered to the Resident Manager’s office. If the resident-owner or tenant, as may be

applicable, fails to pay or appeal a fine within said ten (10) calendar days, the fine shall be deemed a

common expense chargeable against the OWNER’S APARTMENT. The Property Manager will attach

payment to the Apartment Owner’s account.

7. Appeal of Fines - Any citation or fine may be appealed as provided in this subsection.

A. Within ten (10) days of the date of a citation or fine, an owner, tenant, or other offender may

appeal to the Board by mailing or delivering written notice of appeal to the Resident Manager’s

office. Said appeal must be delivered to the Resident Manager’ office 10 days before the next

monthly Board meeting at which it is to be heard.

B. If an appeal is made to the Board, the appeal must contain a check, payable to AOAO

Canterbury Place, in the amount of the fine, a copy of the citation, a statement of the facts of the

offense, the reason for appeal, the names and addresses of any witnesses, and copies of any

proposed exhibits.

C. The owner, tenant, or other offender may ask to appear at said regular monthly Board meeting

to provide additional information or the Board may ask the person to appear. The petitioner will

be notified of the date and time the appeal will be heard.

D. AN APPEAL shall NOT be granted on the basis of ignorance of the House Rules or hardship.

8. Enforcement of the By-Laws and House Rules - - The Board of Directors is empowered by the following

sections of the Hawaii Statues Chapter 514A, Condominium Property Regime, to enforce compliance of

the By-Laws and House Rules:

514A-88: COMPLIANCE WITH COVENANTS, BYLAWS, AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

Each apartment owner, tenant and employee of an owner, and other persons using the property shall

comply strictly with the bylaws and with the administrative rules and regulations adopted pursuant

thereto, as either of same may be lawfully amended from time to time, and with the covenants,

conditions, and restrictions set forth in the declaration. Failure to comply with any of the same shall be

grounds for an action to recover sums due, for damages or injunctive relief, or both, maintainable by the

manager or Board of Directors on behalf of the association of apartment owners or, in a proper case, by

an aggrieved apartment owner.

514A-94(a): ATTORNEY’S FEES AND EXPENSES OF ENFORCEMENT

All costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees, incurred by or on behalf of the

Association for:

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(1) Collecting any delinquent assessments against any owner’s apartment;

(2) Foreclosing any lien thereon; or

(3) Enforcing any provisions of the declaration, bylaws, house rules, and the Condominium

Property Act; or the rules of the real estate commission; against an owner, occupant, tenant,

employee of an owner, or any person who may in any manner use the property shall be promptly

paid on demand to the association by such person or persons; provided that if the claims upon

which the association takes any action are not substantiated, all costs and expenses, including

reasonable attorneys’ fees, incurred by any such persons or persons as a result of the action of the

association, shall be promptly paid on demand to such person or persons by the association.

---MISCELLANEOUS----

The foregoing rules have been prepared and approved by the Board of Directors and will be effective following

compliance with Declarations, Article IX, Section 1, Rules and Regulations concerning adoption, amendment or

repeal by giving notice to all apartment owners. In the case of dispute over the meaning of any terms therein,

the decision of the Board of Directors shall be determinative.

1. The Board of Directors has delegated the enforcement of these Rules to the Resident Manager and the

Security/Watch Staff and has delegated the compliance with these Rules to the Property Manager.

2. The Board of Directors reserves the right to make such other rules from time to time or to amend, etc.

the foregoing rules as may be deemed necessary for the safety, care and cleanliness of the premises

and for securing the comfort and convenience of all the occupants of the “ASSOCIATION.”

3. Complaints and reports of violations should be immediately directed to the Resident Manager or the

Security/Watch Staff. Telephone 946-6185 at any time of the day or night OR press 258 from the

entrance phone system.

MAHALO

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CANTERBURY PLACE

HELPFUL HINTS

GENERAL

1. Turn off washing machine faucets after each use. If the washing machine hoses break, it will cause

flooding in the apartments below and the Owner will be responsible for all the damage caused by the

flooding.

2. Be sure the shower curtain is in the tub or shower door is closed before taking a shower. [If this is not

done, the water runs down the outside of the tub then down into the apartments below.J Use of a large

sponge to prop the shower curtain closed helps to alleviate this problem. Again, the Owner will be

responsible for all damage caused by the flooding.

3. Water supply for the hand-held showers should be turned off at the faucets and not at the showerhead.

If the water is turned off at the showerhead, the hot water supply goes into the cold water lines and only

hot water comes out the faucets and toilets in the apartments above and below.

4. Do not wash down the lanai with buckets of water. All the dirty water goes onto all the lanais below.

USE A MOP TO CLEAN THE LANAI.

ALL OF THE ABOVE CAN CAUSE FLOODING IN THE APARTMENTS

THINGS TO DO BEFORE DEPARTURE OR ABSENCE.

1. Turn off icemaker. Put lever in the up position.

2. Close draperies.

3. Set air conditioning thermostats on LOW SPEED & WARM TEMPERATURE.

4. Check washing machine faucets to be sure they are off. Also be sure the washing machine and dryer

doors are slightly open to let the drums air out.

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5. To avoid damage from high winds, put lanai furniture in the apartment. Nothing should be left on the

lanai.

SECURITYIWATCHPERSON

1. Let the Resident Manager or security/watchperson know when you or your Guests will be in residence by

completing an Owner/Renter registration form. This information is needed for proper security and in the

event of an emergency.

2. Inform the Resident Manager when you or the occupants of your unit will be leaving for any extended

period and again when you or the occupants return. This information is critical for proper security and

for any emergency possibly affecting your property.

3. New Owners, Guests and Renters must register with the Resident Manager:

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ASSOCIATION OF APARTMENT OWNERS

OF CANTERBURY PLACE

HOUSE RULES

1. THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS ARE ENFORCEABLE BY THE RESIDENT MANAGER AND

SECURITY)WATCH PERSONNEL. THE HOUSE RULES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE NOT INTENDED

TO CONFLICT WITH THE BY-LAWS AND/OR RULES AND REGULATION OF THE ASSOCIATION

OF APARTMENT OWNERS.

2. These rules may be modified and amended at any time by a majority vote of the Board of

Directors of the Association of Apartment Owners. These “House Rules” supercede all previously

distributed rules and amendments to the rules.

3. None of the provisions of the Project documents are intended to be in contravention of the State

or Federal Fair Housing Act. The Board will at all times comply with the provisions of the Fair

Housing Act when acting upon requests by handicapped persons to make reasonable

modifications, at their cost, to apartments and/or to the common elements of the project if the

proposed modifications are reasonable and necessary for their full enjoyment of the project. The

Board will also comply with the provisions of the Fair Housing Act when acting upon requests by

handicapped persons for exemptions from any of the provisions of the Project documents that

would interfere with said handicapped persons’ equal opportunity to use and/or enjoy their

apartments and/or the common elements of the project.

----GENERAL RULES----

4. All Owners, Guests, Renters and Agents shall register with the Resident Manager. Owners who do not

reside full time on the island of Oahu must have an appointed agent registered with the Resident Manager’s

Office. All Residents shall give emergency notification information to the Resident Manager and shall be

given a registration packet, which includes the House Rules. In the event the Resident Manager’s office is

not furnished with duplicate keys to an apartment and emergency entry is required, the apartment owner,

and not the Association or the Board, shall be liable for any direct or consequential damages; including the

Associations’ cost to hire a locksmith to gain entry to the apartment.

5. Employees of Canterbury Place are not required to accept deliveries for Owners or Residents. Neither

Resident Manager nor Employees are responsible for packages or other deliveries left in halls, at doors of

units or any other place on premises, nor for any personal property placed or left in or about the building.

6. Recreational activities shall be limited to areas set aside for such activities. Recreational activities will not

be permitted in hallways, lobbies, elevators, the parking garage or other common areas. The 7th floor

Recreation Deck is designated for swimming and paddle tennis activities only.

7. No surfboards, bicycles or other similar items shall be permitted in the elevators. Surfboards and bicycles

must be stored in areas designated in the basement. The bicycle rack is located in the basement for

Residents’ use. All bicycle owners shall register with the office and shall have a current City and County

license. All surfboard owners shall register with the office and obtain a rack number and a lock. A security

deposit is required for the lock.

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8. No barbecuing with charcoal or briquettes is permitted in the building at any time. Open flame barbecuing is

strictly prohibited within residential units.

9. No shooting of fireworks of any type shall be permitted in or around the premises. It is illegal. No owner,

guest, renter, agent or vendor shall use or permit to be brought into the building or common areas

anything deemed hazardous to life, limb, or property, such as gasoline, kerosene or other combustibles,

nor fireworks or other explosives.

10. All plants shall be placed in double-pan overflow containers so as to prevent the dripping of water or soil onto

other apartments or the common elements. Care will be taken in scrubbing lanais so as to prevent water

from running down the exterior of the building.

11. Storage is available in the Mechanical Rooms on various floors and is accessible only between the hours of

8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Please call the security/watchperson for entry during these hours. All items stored

must be clearly marked with the owner’s name, unit number, and contact phone number. A walkway leading

from the entry door to the back wall shall be established and kept clear at all times. This walkway must be a

minimum of two feet wide. Rooms that have electrical/cable/etc. boxes on a wall are to have that wall as the

walkway to the back wall. Rooms having water shutoffs or drain cleanouts are to have that wall as the

walkway to the back wall. In all other rooms, the walkway is to be down the middle to the back wall. Items

shall be stacked no higher than six feet from the floor.

12. Each Apartment Owner shall, be responsible for the conduct of all Occupants of his/her unit, including

Tenants, Family and Guests, at all times and shall ensure that their behavior is neither offensive to any

Occupant of the Project nor damaging to any portion of the common elements. Any resident who is

requested by the Resident Manager or by a Security/Watchperson to take action regarding the conduct of

such resident shall do so immediately. Any guest who will be residing in the building for more than one

week shall register with the Resident Manager’s Office.

13. No Resident and/or Commercial Tenant shall make or permit any disturbing noises in the building or on the

grounds or permit anything to be done by such persons that will interfere with the rights, comforts or

conveniences of other Residents. All noises from whatever source shall be discriminatingly controlled so

same shall not disturb or annoy other Residents of the building. Quiet time is between the hours of 10 PM

and 8 AM.

14. Any damage to the building caused by the moving of furniture or other personal effects shall be repaired at

the expense of the Owner causing such damage. Owners, Agents and Vendors are responsible for cleaning

or repair of any damage to the common elements (for example, hallways, elevators) which are required as

the result of their work in the building.. Protective mats should be used at all times to cover the carpeting in

the halls and other areas that must be used for entry and exit to the building. Do not slide items across

carpeting. Cleaning will be charged at $25.00 per hour; repairs will be charged at $40.00 per hour or the

cost to the Association, whichever is higher.

15. Owners, their Guests, Renters, Agents and Vendors are responsible for disposing of all construction debris.

Use of the trash chutes or dumpsters in the building for disposal of such debris is prohibited. Owners will be

charged for the removal of any trash left in common areas.

16. All moving must be done from the basement level. Arrangements shall be made in advance through the

Resident Manager’s office. Moving hours are between 8 AM and 5 PM, Monday through Friday and

Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM. No moving on Sundays.

17. No deliveries by Vendors or pickup of furniture and major household appliances shall be made without prior

arrangement with the Resident Manager.

18. The freight elevator must be used for transporting any items other than people. Contact the

security/watchperson to arrange for use of the freight elevator.

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19. No flammable materials, such as paint, thinner, solvent, gasoline or other combustible materials shall be put

into the trash chute.

20. Refuse must be wrapped or bagged before depositing into rubbish containers or chutes. Large items, heavy

empty items and boxes are to be left in the utility/trash room for pickup.

21. Nothing shall be thrown, emptied or swept from the lanais, windows, stairs, doors, hallways or walkways by

Owners, their Guests, Renters, Agents or Vendors, nor shall anything be hung from the outside of the

windows or lanais or placed in the outside windowsills.

22. No smoking is permitted in any common area of the Canterbury Place, which includes the 7th floor

Recreation Deck and Party Room. No cigarette butts shall be put out, dropped or thrown in the parking lot,

hallways, elevators, stairways, sidewalks, lanais or other common areas.

23. Public hallways, stairways, walkways and passageways shall not be obstructed or used for purposes other

than ingress and egress. Footwear and floor mats shall not be left in the hallway.

24. No common exterior area shall be used for the storage of any items.

25. No personal items, such as lumber, signs, furniture, crates or flammable materials shall be permitted to be

left in the parking stalls.

26. Carts are available for residents’ convenience and should be returned immediately after use to the

designated area next to the recycle bins in the parking areas. Please do not leave them in common areas

such as the hallways, trash rooms or elevator lobbies. Such behavior detracts from the overall desirable

aesthetics of Canterbury Place.

27. The repair and/or maintenance of the apartment interior are the responsibility of the apartment owner and

should be kept in good repair. This includes but is not limited to chill water air handlers, appliances,

bathroom fans within the unit, and plumbing. Kitchen disposals should be use for disposing of soft waste,

using cold water only. Residents must have all leaky toilets, faucets, water pipes or showers repaired

immediately.

28. Only licensed electrical and plumbing contractors may do work or repairs within the apartments. Hawaii’s

Handyman Exemption Law allows for work up to $1 ,000, however, this does not apply to electrical or

plumbing work.

29. Subject to prior notice, the Board of Directors or its representative(s) shall be allowed access to any

apartment in the building at any reasonable hour of the day in order to access a common element (such as

but not limited to water lines, electrical wiring, etc.) or in response to a complaint, such as but not limited to

insects, vermin or other pests. The Board of Directors Or its representative(s) may enter an apartment at

any time in case of emergency such as fire, flooding, and other similar emergencies. Except for an

emergency, a minimum of 48-hours notice will be given, when practical.

30. If the services of the Police Department, the Fire Department, or an ambulance are required, they should be

contacted directly. The Telephone Company has provided a centralized emergency assistance service,

which can be reached directly by dialing 911. Any emergency, particularly such emergencies as flooding or

fire must immediately be brought to the attention of the Resident Manager by phoning 947-7221 after the

emergency agency has been called. In the event of a fire or life-threatening situation, trigger the hallway

alarm, leave the building immediately, and report such situation as soon as possible to the Resident

Manager or Security.

31. In the event any owner, resident or guest wishes to report inappropriate or unacceptable conduct on the

part of any of the Association’s employees, agents and contractors, the owner, resident or guest should

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submit his or her complaint to the Board of Directors in writing. Owners, residents or guests should

refrain from any direct contact with the Association’s employees, agents and contractors. Further,

owners, residents and guests are prohibited from harassing, and/or interfering with the job duties and

responsibilities of Association employees, agents and contractors. “Harassing” shall include, but not be

limited to, engaging in any course of conduct directed toward or against specific person(s) that is intended

to cause, and/or does cause undue stress and/or emotional distress to such person(s), and/or which in any

way negatively impacts their job performance or the providing of services to the Association.

---CONSTRUCTION--RENOVATIONS----

32. All Owners, Agents and Vendors are required to comply strictly with the provisions of the Project

Documents for Canterbury Place (Declaration, By-Laws And House Rules) and the provisions of Chapter

514A, Hawaii Revised Statutes.

33. The Project Documents and Chapter 514A prohibit certain alterations or additions within an apartment

without the prior written approval of the Board of Directors. Owners or Other Occupants who are

contemplating remodeling should first consult with the Board of Directors or its Authorized Representative

to ascertain whether prior approval is required. Any structural alteration that involves any load bearing

wall or any utility requires prior approval. Commencement of any remodeling without approval may result

in an Owner having to remove alterations.

34. Owners, Agents and Vendors must register at the Resident Manager’s prior to commencement of any

work and must show proof of current business license and insurance. They will be given a packet that

includes working hours and elevator usage.

35. Except in those cases where construction or alterations are permitted by the Declaration, no Apartment

Owner or Occupant shall erect or place in the Project any building or structure including fences and walls,

nor make any additions or alterations to any common elements or limited common elements of the

Project, except in accordance with plans and specifications, including detailed plot plan, prepared by a

State of Hawaii licensed architect and approved by the Board of Directors.

36. An Owner of two adjoining apartments in the project may make alterations of the party walls common to

and between the apartments jointly owned only in accordance with plans and specifications first approved

in writing by the Board of Directors.

37. Each Owner of a Residential apartment shall be responsible for the care and maintenance of the lanai

that is inclusive of their apartment. Such Owner may not, however, paint or otherwise decorate the walls

and ceilings of the lanai without the PRIOR WRITTEN APPROVAL OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

It is intended that the exterior of the building shall present a uniform appearance and, to affect that end,

the Board may require the painting of walls and ceilings of each lanai and regulate the type and color of

paint to be used. Plants or plantings will not be placed on top of lanai exterior walls/railings. No storage is

permitted on lanais.

38. All draperies and curtains used in any apartment and visible from the buildings exterior shall be lined with

a material of an “off-white’ or white shade.

39. Awnings are not permitted.

40. Working hours are between 8 AM and 5 PM, Monday through Friday, and Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM. No

working on Sundays.

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41. Except for emergencies, water-shut downs in the building are held on the first Tuesday of the month as

requested. At least one-week advance notice must be given to the Resident Manager. Such shutdowns

are permitted with advance approval for up to three hours only.

42. Any materials related to construction, renovation or cleaning may not be disposed of in any common

area. This includes but is not limited to carpet, appliances, lumber, paint, drywall, cleaning solutions and

trash.

43. All tools and renovation/construction materials must be transported to and from the unit from the

basement using the freight elevator. Elevators two and three may not be used for transporting tools and

renovation/construction materials.

----PARKING----

44. Parking in assigned stalls will be permitted for Owners and/or their Renters who reside in the building and

only within the spaces assigned to them. No automobile or motorcycle repair work is permitted on the

premises.

45. There are only two GuestNendor Stalls. They are located in the basement and will be used on a “firstcome,

first-served” basis. Only one vehicle per unit is permitted at any given time. Parking in these

stalls is limited to five hours within any 24-hour period; the driver shall register at the security/watch

desk. No Owner shall use these parking stalls. There is to be no parking in the guest stalls from 2 AM

to 7 AM. Offenders will be towed at the offender’s expense.

46. Parking in the Circle Drive is limited to Owners and their Guests, Renters, Agents and Vendors.

There is a 15-minute limit on all parking in the Circle Drive. Drivers parking in the Circle Drive shall

register the vehicle at the security/watch desk. Offenders will be towed at the offender’s expense.

47. Residents may not hose or wash automobiles or motorcycles in the parking areas. Automobiles shall be

centered in parking spaces lengthwise so as to prevent crowding of adjacent spaces and/or blocking of

passages. Only one automobile is permitted to be parked in a stall. Motorcycles, mopeds and bicycles

may be parked in the stall if they do not exceed beyond the length and width of the stall.

48. The Resident Manager shall be immediately notified whenever a parking stall is transferred to another

unit or loaned, leased or rented to a resident of another apartment. Parking stalls shall not be sold,

loaned, leased or rented to anyone other than Canterbury Place residents.

49. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of their respective parking stall(s).

50. Vehicles will not exceed 5 miles per hour while on Canterbury Place property. Driving lights shall be used

in the parking structure.

51. All vehicles parked in the garage must be in operating càndition with a Canterbury Place parking decal or

hanging tag.

----PETS----

52. No animals other than dogs, cats, fish and birds may be kept by Owners/Renters in their respective units.

No animals shall be kept, bred or used therein for any Commercial purpose nor allowed on any common

elements except in transit when carried. No more than a total of either two dogs, cats or birds are

permitted. One fish tank shall not be any larger than 75 gallons. Multiple tanks shall not exceed a total of

150 gallons.

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53. Owner/Renters who maintain pets must care for them in a proper and sanitary manner, controlling fleas,

ticks, and flies and disposing of fecal matter promptly in a toilet or trash chute. Fecal matter and litter shall

be double-bagged before it is deposited in the trash chute. Pets will be controlled to prevent disturbing

neighbors or health problems.

54. Pet Owners shall indemnify the Association and hold it harmless against any loss or liability of any kind

arising from such pets.

55. Pets are not permitted on the Recreation Deck or in the Meeting/Party Room.

56. Owner/enters are responsible to ensure their pets do not become a nuisance due to barking, whining or

other noise at any time.

57. Failure to comply with the above rule will classify a pet as a nuisance and said pet shall be permanently

removed promptly upon notice given by the Board of Directors.

58. The feeding of birds, pigeons, etc. other than caged pets, in any apartment or on any private lanai or

common area is prohibited.

----SWIMMING POOL RULES----

59. The Recreation Deck is open from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM. No one is permitted in this area except

Canterbury Place personnel at any time between 10:00 PM and 9:00 AM. No nudity, obscene or

offensive language, use of illegal drugs or drunkenness will be tolerated. Parties being held in the

party room are permitted until 10:00 PM. The recreation deck and its accompanying facilities, pool,

sauna, spa, and room shall be vacated by 10:00 PM. Reservations for the BBQ and Recreation Room

may be made through the Resident Manager’ Office. Cooking in the common areas shall be limited to

the outdoor grill furnished by the Association.

60. Residents and their Guests use the SWIMMING POOLJSPNSAUNA at their own risk. The privilege of

having pool Guests shall not be abused.

61. All persons using the SWIMMING POOL/SPA/SAUNA shall take a cleansing shower bath before

entering the SWIMMING POOL/SPA/SAUNA or enclosure. A bather leaving the pool to use the toilet

shall take a second cleansing bath before returning to the SWIMMING POOL/SPA room or enclosure;

Showers shall also be taken before using POOL/SPA/SAUNA after use of sun tan oils. Deck chairs

must be covered with a towel when using sun tan oil.

62. Non-swimmers are not allowed to use the SWIMMING POOL/SPA unless accompanied by an

experienced swimmer. Life Vests, Water Wings or other swimming aids shall be U.S. Coast Guard

Approved.

63. Swimming is not allowed in other than proper SWIMMING APPAREL.

64. Any person having an infectious or communicable disease shall be excluded from a public

SWIMMING POOL/SPA. Persons having any open blisters, cuts, etc., are warned that these are likely

to become infected and advised not to use the pool. For health reasons, please limit your time in the

SPA/SAUNA to 15 minutes to prevent overheating and dizziness.

65. Infants and toddlers to prevent contamination of the SWIMMING POOL/SPA shall use swim diapers.

66. The SWIMMING POOL/SPA shall be immediately closed for cleaning in the event of an accidental

fecal or vomitus discharge. All bathers shall be ordered to leave the swimming pool/spa until such

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substances are removed. A closed system public swimming pool shall be disinfected before the pool

is reopened for use. An open system public swimming pool shall be kept closed until it is determined

that the water quality meets the standards set by this chapter.

67. No running, pushing or shoving of persons is permitted around the pool area. No jumping from any

part of the building or railings into the pool is permitted.

68. Life Ring, Rope, Hook, and other emergency equipment shall not be used as play toys.

69. No rafts, tanks and diving gear, athletic equipment or other inappropriate equipment shall be permitted

in the SWIMMING POOL/SPA or on the recreation deck.

70. No pets are allowed in the SWIMMING POOL/SPA/SAUNA.

71. No horseplay will be allowed on the recreation deck. All portable radios, tape decks, TV’s etc. brought

onto the recreation deck must be used with earphone or headset.

72. Spitting, spouting of water, blowing the nose, etc., in the SWIMMING POOL/SPA shall be strictly

prohibited. No smoking is permitted on the Recreation Deck, including the POOL/SPA /SAUNA.

73. No containers or any breakable material shall be permitted on the recreation deck. No food or drink

shall be permitted in the immediate area of the spa or pool. (Within four (4) feet.)

74. No one intoxicated or under medical supervision should use the SPA/SAUNA.

75. AFTER USING THE SWIMMING POOL/SPA. RESIDENTS AND GUESTS SHALL DRY

THEMSELVES THOROUGHLY BEFORE ENTERING THE LOBBIES OR ELEVATORS OF THE

BUILDING.

----ENFORCEMENT OF RULES AND FINES----

Enforcement of rules and fines may be grounds for legal action to recover sums due, for damages or injunctive

relief, or both, maintainable by the Property Manager or the Board of Directors on behalf of the Association of

Apartment Owners or, in a proper case by an aggrieved apartment owner.

The Resident Manager and Security/Watchpersons have the authority to strictly enforce these House Rules.

Threats against the Resident Manager or Staff are a serious violatioh.

1. First Offense - A written citation given or sent to the violator with a copy to the owner, as applicable.

2. Second Offense - A written citation given or sent to the violator with a copy to the owner, as applicable,

and a $50.00 fine assessed against the owner.

3. Third Offense - A written citation given or sent to the violator with a copy to the owner, as applicable, and

a $100.00 fine may be assessed against the owner.

4. Fourth and Subsequent Offense(s) - A written citation given or sent to the violator with a copy to the

owner, as applicable, and a $200.00 fine may be assessed against the owner for each offense.

5. Second, third, fourth and subsequent offenses within a 12-month period need NOT be for a violation of

the same provision before a fine is imposed. For example, if an owner, tenant or their guest violates a

“Pool” rule for the first violation, and then violates a “Noise” rule for the second violation, the fine would

be imposed on the violator, with the owner ultimately responsible, upon the occurrence of the second

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violation. It is not necessary for an owner, tenant or their guest to violate a specific rule, such as a

“Noise” rule twice before a $50.00 fine is levied. Similarly, a $100.00 fine may be assessed for a third

violation of the House Rules and a $200.00 fine may be assessed for fourth and subsequent violations of

these House Rules.

The Board has delegated its authority to impose fines to the Resident Manager. Fines will be

payable to “AOAO Canterbury Place.” Further, the Board has delegated its authority to the

Property Manager to take appropriate action pursuant to the following Rule, number 6:

6. Payment of Fines and Liability - Apartment owners shall be liable for their own fines and for fines

assessed against their guests, family members, agents, employees, tenants, their tenants’ guests, family

members, agents and employees. If a fine is not paid as required, the apartment owner shall be

ultimately responsible for such payment. Payment must be made by check, payable to AOAO

Canterbury Place, within ten (10) calendar days following the date of the citation. Payment of a fine shall

be mailed or hand-delivered to the Resident Manager’s office. If the resident-owner or tenant, as may be

applicable, fails to pay or appeal a fine within said ten (10) calendar days, the fine shall be deemed a

common expense chargeable against the OWNER’S APARTMENT. The Property Manager will attach

payment to the Apartment Owner’s account.

7. Appeal of Fines - Any citation or fine may be appealed as provided in this subsection.

A. Within ten (10) days of the date of a citation or fine, an owner, tenant, or other offender may

appeal to the Board by mailing or delivering written notice of appeal to the Resident Manager’s

office. Said appeal must be delivered to the Resident Manager’ office 10 days before the next

monthly Board meeting at which it is to be heard.

B. If an appeal is made to the Board, the appeal must contain a check, payable to AOAO

Canterbury Place, in the amount of the fine, a copy of the citation, a statement of the facts of the

offense, the reason for appeal, the names and addresses of any witnesses, and copies of any

proposed exhibits.

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