Management - Legal, Governing Documents, & Rules

Declaration of Condominium

 

This is the document that creates or declares the property as a condominium.  It contains the rights and responsibilities language--who maintains what, who owns what, who insures what--as well as the legal description of the property governed by the association.

 

It will include definitions of terms; easement rights; detailed information on assessments; maintenance repair and replacement obligations; procedural requirements for and limitations on alterations and improvements; board of directors authority regarding processing of sales and rentals; and its own amendment provision.  It may also contain use restrictions, termination provisions, and information on amenities, parking spaces, storage and so on.

Bylaws

 

This is the procedural manual that governs the association's operations, including the number of directors, quorum requirements for meetings, notice requirements, powers and duties of directors, duties of the officers, and the like. Because the Condominium Act contains a great deal of procedural regulations of condominium operations, and because the act can be changed annually by the legislature, conflicts may exist between the original bylaws and the current law. In those cases, the law will supercede the bylaws' language, and is deemed to be incorporated automatically into the bylaws.  It is not necessary to amend the bylaws every time the law changes, as the changes apply regardless.

Documents

Declaration of Condominium Bylaws

4.17.2012

Amendment to the Declaration Regarindg Windows/Doors

1.27.2014

Amendment to the Declaration Regarindg Windows/Doors

4.19.2016

Frequently Asked Questions        The 2016 FAQs are being revised for 2017 and will be placed here once complete.  

Articles of Incorporation

11.18.1964

This document creates the association with the Florida Division of Corporations, as required by Florida law. It is a simple document, stating the date of incorporation, name and purpose of the association, initial officers and directors, indemnification of the board, and an amendment provision.

Rules & Regulations

8.20.2015

Rules and Regulations are promulgated by the board of directors to clarify and define provisions of the governing documents, and to regulate use of the property.

Leasing Amendment

 

Amendment to Owners Ability to Lease

 

Gulfstream Towers Assocation Corp.         Not-for-Profit Corp.

2014

Waive Sprinkler Retrofit

Certificate of Owner Consent

2008

Resolutions

Estoppel

 

Policy  Water Damage

 

Policy Resolution Policy

Sale of Units Policy

 

Leasing Policy

 

Unit Door Policy

Window Policy

 

Disaster Preparedness Plan

Sub Contractor Policy