Article 1 - Term
Article 2 - Land Use
Article 3 - Architectual Committee "ARC"
Article 4 - Use Restrictions
Article 5 - Residential Dwelling,
Quality and Size
Article 6 - Swimming Pools, Hot Tubs,
Article 7 - Fences
Article 8 - Perimeter Fence
Article 9 - General Maintenance, Repair
Article 10 -Vehicles, Boats and Trailers
Article 11 - Animals
Article 12 - Signs and Outside Apparatus
Article 13 - Gasoline, Heating and
Article 14 - Oil, Gas and Mining Operations
Article 15 - Nuisances
Article 16 - Drainage, Garbage and Refuse Disposal
Article 17 - Canals
Article 18 - Business Activities and
Article 19 - Wildlife
Article 20 - Contractors
Article 21 - Conflict with other Laws
Article 22 - Waiver/Variance
Article 23 - Forebearance
Article 24 - Complaints
Article 25 - Liens
Article 26 - Amendment
Article 27 - Rights of Owners
Article 28 - Enforcement
Article 29 - Severability
Article 30 - Notice
.1 The building restrictions, conditions, and protective
covenants ("Covenants") hereinafter set forth shall constitute covenants running with the land and shall be binding upon and
enure to the benefit of the property owners, their successors and assigns, and all parties or persons claiming by, through
and/or under it, and their heirs, personal representatives, successors and assigns;
1.2 The Covenants stated herein shall be effective
until removed by amendment, adopted by the Board of Directors, approved by 2/3 majority of eligible voting properties and
filed in the Conveyance Records of the Parish of Plaquemines, State of Louisiana.
1.3 The Covenants shall be automatically
extended without limitation; provided, however, that the property owners of 2/3
of the then existing eligible voting properties/members subject to these restrictions and covenants may amend, in whole or
in part, by filing for record in the Conveyance Records of the Parish of Plaquemines, State of Louisiana, an authentic act
or other appropriate recordable instrument or agreement in writing, setting forth such amendment(s).
2.1 Plan of Development, Applicability
and, Effect. A general plan of development was established for the Pleasant
Ridge Estates Properties as a planned gated community in order to enhance the quality of life and collective interest of all
owners, as well as the aesthetics and environment within the Properties, and the vitality of and sense of the community within
the properties, all subject to PREHA and the members' ability to respond to changes in circumstances, conditions, needs, and
desires within the planned gated community and to regulate and control the area of common responsibility. The area of common responsibility is defined as the Common Area, together with such other areas, if any,
for which PREHA has or assumes responsibility pursuant to the terms of this Act, as well as any supplemental Acts, or other applicable covenants, contract, agreements or as designated by Plaquemines Parish "Private
Usage" requirements. The Properties are subject to the land development, architectural,
and design guidelines/provisions; the other provisions of this Act concerning individual conduct and uses of or actions upon
the Properties, and the guidelines, rules and restrictions promulgated pursuant to this Act, all of which establish affirmative
and negative covenants, easements, and restrictions on the land subject to this Act.
All provisions of this Act and any PREHA rules shall apply to all owners, occupants,
tenants, guests and invitees of any property.
2.2 Owner's Acknowledgment. All property owners and occupants of lots are given notice that use of their property
is limited by the Use Restrictions and Rules as they may be amended, expanded and otherwise modified hereunder. Each owner, by acceptance of a Deed, acknowledges and agrees that the use and enjoyment and marketability
of his or her property can be affected and that the Use Restrictions and Rules may change from time to time.
ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE (ARC)
3.1 There is hereby created and established
a committee to be known as the Pleasant Ridge Estates Architectural Review Committee (hereinafter sometimes referred to as
"ARC"), of a certain composition and with certain rights, powers, duties, purposes and functions, as set forth herein below.
3.2 The ARC shall be composed of five
(5) members including a Chairman who will serve for a term of one (1) year from the date of initial appointment or until their
successors have been appointed as provided herein. The Chairman shall be appointed
by the PREHA Board of Directors (PREHA Board). The Chairman shall submit the
names of four (4) prospective members and as many as three (3) prospective alternate members to the PREHA Board for ratification. The members of ARC may be re-appointed by the PREHA Board in whole or in part for
another term following their previous one (1) year of service. The PREHA Board
shall assess the qualifications and willingness of prospective ARC members to serve during ratification. An ARC member may resign from the Committee at any time in writing during a one year term. The PREHA Board and the ARC Chairman may appoint a substitute for the resigning Committee member to serve
for the balance of the unexpired term.
3.3 All matters and/or business to
come before the ARC shall be decided by a simple majority vote.
3.4 The ARC shall have the right to
adopt rules and guidelines for the conduct of its business, which rules and/or guidelines shall be outlined in the Design
Guidelines and shall not be inconsistent with anything herein contained.
3.5 No member of the ARC shall receive
any compensation or remuneration for his or her services as a member of the ARC.
3.6 There shall be no application
fee for the ARC to review plans and specifications for construction, landscaping plans, building applications and guidelines
issued by the ARC to the property owner and/or general contractor.
3.7 The approval or disapproval of
the ARC shall be evidenced by an instrument signed by the Chairman of the ARC and sent to the property owner within 30 days
of receipt of acceptable submission of request. Such approval or disapproval
shall be determined by majority vote of the 5-member committee. In the event
of approval of a construction plan package or any other property alteration, the ARC Chairman shall notify the PREHA President
and Vice-President of such and supply plans and other materials as requested. In
the event of disapproval, the instrument shall set forth the reasons therefor. Changes
made to original plans and specification must also be submitted for approval and must follow the same procedure.
3.8 Approval by the ARC, as aforesaid,
shall constitute only an expression by the ARC that the terms and conditions of these covenants will be complied with if the
building(s), structure(s), and/or improvement(s) are erected, constructed, placed, added to, altered and/or changed in accordance
with said final plans and specifications and plat. Further, such approval shall
not be nor constitute a waiver by or an estoppel against PREHA, ARC, and/or any person having rights herein in the event that
such building(s), structure(s), and/or improvement(s) are not erected, construction, placed, added to, altered and/or changed
in accordance with such final plans and specifications and plat.
3.9 Neither the ARC nor any individual
member thereof, in the exercise of any prerogative of approval or disapproval, shall incur any liability whatsoever, by reason
of the good faith thereof.
3.10 The official mailing address of the ARC,
for all purposes, shall be Post Office Box 7244 or current Registered Agent.
3.11 No building(s), structure(s), or improvement(s),
including, without limitation, walls, fences, pools, landscaping, gazebos, patios, etc. shall be commenced, erected, constructed,
placed or maintained on any lot(s); nor shall any exterior additions to, changes or alterations, be commenced, made, or maintained
to any existing building(s), structure(s), and/or improvement(s), until the final construction plans and specifications showing
the nature, kind, shape, height, color, and materials of same; and a plat showing the location and/or siting of such building(s),
structure(s), and/or improvement(s) shall have been submitted to and approved, in writing, by ARC as to the conformity, and
aesthetic harmony of exterior design with existing surrounding residential dwellings and improvements, propriety of location
and/or siting, and otherwise in conformity with these Covenants.
Construction plans and specifications must be accompanied by an ARC application
which will also be used by the ARC for noting its approval or disapproval. The
ARC shall supply a prospective homebuilder with the latest Design Guidelines as they are available, noting that only the latest
dated issue is applicable for the construction design and specifications.
3.12 Landscaping. A landscaping plan must be submitted to ARC within thirty (30) days after occupancy of the home. After the plan is approved, the Homeowner must complete landscaping within sixty (60) days thereafter.
3.13 Request for
any waiver or variances of any kind must be submitted to the Board in writing, adopted by the Board and must have approval
by 2/3 majority of property owners/members. Additionally, the PREHA Board, by
a simple majority vote, has the authority over any ARC approval or disapproval.
4.1 Each lot shall be used for single
family residential purposes only. The term "single family residential purposes"
as used herein shall be held and construed to exclude, by way of illustration and not limitation, the following, to-wit: Hospitals,
clinics, duplex houses, apartment houses, boarding houses, and hotels; and shall exclude industrial, commercial, multi-family,
and professional uses, whether from residential dwelling(s), out-buildings, or otherwise; and any such use of said lot is
hereby expressly prohibited.
4.2 No single family dwelling shall
be built on less than one (1) lot; provided, however, that when any purchaser wishes to buy more than one(1) lot in order
to erect a larger permitted residential dwelling, this may be done, provided that said lots or fractional lots are treated
as one and the restrictions and covenants applying to a single lot are adhered to, and no re-subdivision of lots shall be
done which would leave remaining on the square a lot of an area or width below the average standard for said square, as reflected
on the plan(s) of subdivision of Pleasant Ridge Estates and shall not be less restrictive than the Plaquemines Parish Zoning
Ordinances. Unless approved in writing by the Board of Directors, no lot or lots
shall be re-subdivided. In the event any lot or lots are re-subdivided, these
restrictions shall apply to the property as re-subdivided. Any number of lots
combined for one single dwelling shall continue to be counted as originally developed for the purpose of counting eligible
votes and assessing any fees or assessments.
4.3 No single family residential dwelling
shall be sited on any lot(s) nearer than thirty (30') feet to the street front lot line of such lot(s).
4.4 No single family residential dwelling
shall be sited on any lot(s) nearer than fifteen (15') feet to any side lot line adjoining a street, nor nearer than ten (10')
feet to any interior lot line; nor shall any roof overhang or projection, including the gutter, be within seven and one-half
(7 1/2') feet of any interior lot line.
4.5 No building shall be erected,
altered, placed or permitted to remain on any lot(s) other than one (1) single family residential dwelling, which is not to
exceed two and one-half (2 1/2) floors in height with an attached private garage or attached carport which can accommodate
no more than three (3) vehicles; provided, however, that out-buildings of a permanent nature and/or character, including by
way of illustration and not limitation, an attached carport, garage, or other accessory building, approved as hereinafter
provided, may be located on any lot(s). Accommodation of more than three (3)
vehicles will be reviewed by ARC on a case by case basis.
4.6 No building(s) or structure(s)
of a temporary nature and/or character, or vehicles, including by way of illustration and not limitation, mobile homes, motor
homes, trailers, shacks and/or other such outbuildings shall be used, occupied, or maintained on any lot(s) at any time, either
temporarily or permanently.
4.7 Under no circumstances nor conditions shall any
existing single family residential dwelling or other building be moved onto and/or placed and maintained on any lot.
4.8 There shall be no conversion of
any carport or garage to finished space for use as part of the living area on any lot without the prior written approval of ARC.
4.09 Removal of any trees that fall inside the
Parish servitude on Lots 1 through 9 and Lots 20 through 22, shall be the responsibility of the lot owner and not that of
the Parish of Plaquemines.
4.10 The removal of dirt and/or fill material
from any lot is expressly prohibited without prior written approval of the ARC, except when necessary in conjunction with
the landscaping of such lot or in conjunction with the construction being performed on such lot.
4.11 There will be no sidewalks throughout the
4.12 Construction shall be performed from 7AM
to 6PM, Monday through Saturday. No construction shall be performed on
Sunday or the following holidays: New Years, Mardi Gras, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
RESIDENTIAL DWELLING QUALITY AND SIZE
5.1 All residential dwellings, as
well as all other structures and/or improvements shall be of quality workmanship and materials substantially the same or better
than that which can be procured and/or produced as of the date thereof. No pre-fabricated
homes shall be constructed or placed in the development. No tract style
homes shall be constructed in the development. Siding or vinyl of any kind shall
be used for Soffit & Facia only.
5.2 The minimum ground floor, upper
floor, and combined ground and upper floor area of the main residential dwelling, excluding open porches, garages, carports,
terraces and driveways, shall be not less than two thousand five hundred (2,500) square feet.
5.3 No residence shall be occupied
until construction is complete. There shall be no temporary occupancy.
5.4 Detached or outlying structures
shall be built with the same quality materials as the dwelling and are preferred to be located at the rear portion of the
lot. No metal buildings, metal patio covers, or metal covering of any sort shall
be allowed. Gazebos and other like structures are to be approved by ARC.
5.5 Garages, porticos, and porte'
cocheres shall be attached to the main structure of the dwelling. Flat roofs
and detached garages or carports shall not be allowed. Front facing garage
or carport must be set back a minimum of six (6') feet from the front facade of the dwelling.
5.6 Screen or storm doors shall not
be allowed at the front elevation of the dwelling.
5.7 Consistent with the compatibility
of the development, there will be one (1) design of mailboxes throughout the development.
PREHA shall choose and approve the design of the mailbox. Said mailbox
No. 310-6 (Imperial System) with a 6" x 6" newspaper box.
green in color
from First Impressions, 162 Twin Oaks Drive, Raceland, Louisiana,
5.8 Driveways or other
areas on the lot used for vehicular traffic shall be paved concrete, or similar approved hard-paved surface, extending from
the edge of the street, continuously to the edge of the garage/carport. Concrete
must be a minimum of one (1') foot from the property line.
5.9 Placement and elevation
of a driveway on the owner's lot will be reviewed and decided by ARC on a case-by-case basis.
SWIMMING POOLS, HOT TUBS, JACUZZI
6.1 Swimming pools, hot
tubs and/or jacuzzis (hereinafter collectively "pool") will be permitted in side or rear yards only. If a pool is installed, it must be surrounded by a fence,
of not less than seventy-two (72") inches in height, approved by ARC and otherwise in conformity with all other fence requirements
contained herein. Fencing must be installed immediately upon completion of the
pool project. No part of the completed installation of the pool shall be constructed
and/or sited nearer than ten (10') feet to either side lot line; nearer than thirty (30') feet to the front lot line; or nearer
than ten (10') feet to the rear lot line.
6.2 Above ground pools
6.3 The finished top-side
or surface deck shall not be constructed higher in elevation than two (2') feet above the established site grade of the residential
dwelling and all equipment, including, without limitation, pumps, piping and diving boards shall not be placed or maintained
higher than five (5') feet above site grade of the residential dwelling.
6.4 Pool pumps and related pool equipment shall be identified and located on the pool
construction plans. The required setbacks to the side and rear of the property
lines do not apply. However, the pool equipment shall not create a noise or visual
nuisance to any adjoining property owner. Front setbacks do apply. Further, pool equipment shall not be visible from the street.
7.1 No front yard fence shall be permitted or constructed,
nor shall any side lot line fence be permitted or constructed nearer to the front lot line of any lot(s) than is permitted
for the main residential dwelling. Chain link or "page" type fencing shall not be permitted.
7.2 Fences must be a minimum of six (6') feet not to exceed
seven (7') feet in height.
7.3 Fences will not be permitted with an unfinished side
fronting and/or facing a street.
fence, wall, hedge or shrub planting which obstructs sight lines at elevations between two (2') feet and six (6') feet above
the roadways shall be placed or permitted to remain on any corner lot within the triangular area formed by the street property
lines and a line connecting them at points twenty-five (25') feet from the intersection of the street lines; or, in the case
of a rounded property corner, from the intersection of the street property lines extended.
The same sight line limitations shall apply on any lot within ten (10') feet from the intersection of a street property
line, with the edge of a driveway or alley pavement. Further, the foliage line
of all trees within such distance(s) of such intersection shall be maintained at a sufficient height to prevent the obstruction
of such sight lines.
back-to-back fencing, which is considered to be within 1 foot from each other, will be allowed unless: (a) both fences are
constructed of privacy type materials (b) agreed upon by all adjacent property owners, and (c) pre-approved by ARC. Solid fencing adjacent to open fencing will be allowed only if: (a) it is constructed 5 feet to 10 feet
from the open fence (b) is landscaped to camouflage, (c) is agreed upon by all adjacent property owners and (d) is pre approved
7.6 Prior approval must be obtained from ARCbefore constructing
any fence on any property.
fences approved by ARC must be constructed within 60 days of approval.
8.1 Said Purchaser(s), for themselves, their successors and
assigns, of Lots 41 through 47, 75 and 1 shall be deemed to have covenanted and agreed that when necessary to maintain and/or
effect the necessary repairs to, or restoration of the perimeter fence , PREHA shall have, and reserves, the right and authority,
and a servitude, to enter onto said lot(s), to perform all necessary maintenance, and/or repairs or restoration.
8.2 The owners of lots number 41 through 47, 75 and 1 who desire
side line fencing which will be perpendicular to the front fence must construct said fence to be comparable in material and appearance; this fence must also
be the same in height, color and approved by ARC.
GENERAL MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND PAINTING
9.1 All residential dwellings
and other structures including by illustration and not limitation pools, gazebos, etc., shall be properly maintained and kept
in a reasonably good state of painting and repair and must be maintained so as not to become unsightly.
9.2 No structure, equipment
or other items on the exterior portions of a lot which have become rusty, dilapidated or otherwise fallen into disrepair is
9.3 General over-all appearance
of the property, including landscaping, must be neat and well maintained.
9.4 Dead Trees and any
other form of debris must be removed from the property.
9.5 All vacant lots shall
be mowed as often as may be necessary to keep the lots in proper condition and the grass at no higher than one (1') foot in
height. If a vacant lot owner fails to comply with this requirement, PREHA shall
have the right to hire out the maintenance of the property at the expense of the property owner. Failure to reimburse PREHA shall result in the collection thereof, plus attorney's fees, court costs, and
interest at the rate of ten (10%) percent per annum from the date the sums were spent for such maintenance work.
VEHICLES, BOATS AND TRAILERS
10.1 No commercial
trucks, trailers, vans or other commercial vehicles shall be parked or stored on any street or on any lot; nor shall any boat
or other water craft, boat trailer, boat rigging, camper, mobile home, motor home, recreational vehicle, golf cart, or inoperable
vehicle be parked or stored on any street or on any lot unless stored within an enclosed garage or outbuilding, or within
a privacy enclosed side or rear yard area and not visible by others, excluding “use preparation” not to exceed
10.2 Passenger vehicles owned and/or leased by residents of a residential dwelling shall be
parked or stored on the residence grounds and not on the streets. Construction,
service and delivery vehicles shall be exempt from this provision during daylight hours for such period of time as is reasonably
necessary to provide service or to make a delivery to a lot or to the Common Area.
10.3 The established speed limit within the development is fifteen (15) miles per hour
for all vehicles.
11.1 No animal, livestock, or poultry
of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept on any lot(s) property(s); except that a reasonable number, as determined by PREHA,
of dogs, cats or other usual and common household pets may be kept, provided they are kept for household purposes.
11.2 Pets must be supervised and kept
on a leash or otherwise confined in a manner acceptable to PREHA whenever outside the dwelling or fenced area of the lot. Pets must be licensed and inoculated as required by law. Ground-leashed pets are prohibited.
11.3 Those pets which are permitted
to roam free, or, in the sole discretion of PREHA make objectionable noise, endanger the health or safety of, or constitute
a nuisance or inconvenience to the occupants of other Properties shall be removed upon request of PREHA If the pet owner fails to honor such request, PREHA may remove the pet.
SIGNS AND OUTSIDE APPARATUS
12.1 No sign of any kind shall be
displayed to the public view on any lot(s), except that one (1) sign of not more than six
(6) square feet advertising the property for rent or sale, or a sign used by a builder to advertise the property during
the construction period, or a security sign are exempt.
12.2 No sign of any kind shall be
permitted on common areas, including entrances to the development.
12.3 Business signs or other forms
of advertisement are only permitted during actual construction and are limited to six (6) square feet maximum area. Building permits shall be posted as required, and protected from the elements. No signs or permits shall be attached to trees.
12.4 Any construction, erection, or
placement of any thing, permanently or temporarily, on the unfenceable portions of the lot, whether such portion is improved
or unimproved, is prohibited. This shall include, without limitation: signs,
basketball hoops, swing sets, trampolines, hot tubs, and similar sports and play equipment; clotheslines, garbage cans; wood
piles; and hedges, walls, dog runs, animal pens, or fences of any kind.
12.5 Antennas, satellite dishes, or
other ground station equipment for the transmission or reception of television, radio, satellite, or other signals of any
kind shall not be placed and maintained on any lot(s) unless located in the rear yard and shall not be larger than thirty-six
(36") inches in diameter.
12.6 Window units for heating, ventilating
or air conditioning are prohibited.
No statues of any kind shall be displayed in the front yard of any home. Statues
shall be displayed in the rear yard enclosed by the fence.
Any approved fountain must be functional and operating.
Patriotic flags shall be displayed in the traditional manner only.
GASOLINE, HEATING OR OTHER FUELS
13.1 There shall be no on-site storage
of gasoline, heating or other fuels, except that a reasonable amount of fuel may be stored on each property for emergency
purposes and for personal operation of lawn mowers and similar tools or equipment, recreational vehicles, and water craft.
OIL, GAS AND MINING OPERATIONS
14.1 No geophysical,
exploration, drilling, refining, quarrying or mining operations for oil, gas, or other minerals of any kind shall be permitted
or conducted upon any property(s); and no derrick or other structure or equipment designated for use in and used in the drilling
and/or production and development of oil, gas or other minerals shall be placed, erected, maintained or permitted on any property(s).
15.1 No obnoxious
or offensive activity shall be conducted upon any property(s); or shall anything be done thereon which may be or may become
an annoyance or nuisance to the development.
15.2 Plants, animals, music, devices or other things of any sort whose activity or existence
in any way emits foul or noxious odors, or is dangerous, unsightly, unpleasant, or of a nature which diminishes or destroys
or creates noise or other conditions which tend to disturb the peace or threaten the safety of the occupants of other properties
15.3 The discharge of firearms is prohibited. PREHA
shall have no obligation to take action to prevent or stop such discharge.
15.4 Operation of four wheelers, golf carts, go-carts, mini-bikes, or any other non-licensed
vehicles are prohibited within the development.
DRAINAGE, GARBAGE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL
16.1 All properties shall be kept
clean and free of unsightly obstacles at all times.
16.2 No property(s) shall be used
or maintained as a dumping ground for rubbish. Trash, garbage or other waste
shall not be kept except in sanitary containers. All equipment for the storage
or disposal of such trash, garbage or other waste shall be kept in a clean and sanitary condition, and shall be kept and maintained
at the rear of the residential dwelling on all lot(s). All receptacles, cans or trash bags
must be removed from the front of the house on the same day of trash and garbage pick up. The installation and/or use of incinerators for disposal of trash, garbage or other waste is expressly
16.3 Outside burning of trash, leaves,
debris or other materials is prohibited.
No obstruction or rechanneling of drainage flows is permitted after location and installation of drainage swales, storm
sewers, or storm drains, except that PREHA shall have such right; provided, the exercise of such right shall not materially
diminish the value of or unreasonably interfere with the use of any property without the Owner's consent. Prior approval by the Plaquemines Parish Government is required.
All drainage, including yard, pool, hot tub, jacuzzi, sprinkler systems, and sub-surface drainage, shall be properly
connected to storm water drain system and must have prior approval by ARC.
16.6 Draining into streets through
the curb is prohibited.
17.1 Dumping or burying
of grass clippings, leaves or other debris, including, in particular, construction debris, petroleum products, fertilizers,
or other potentially hazardous or toxic substances in any drainage canal or elsewhere within the Properties is prohibited,
except that fertilizers may be applied to landscaping on lots, provided care is taken to minimize runoff.
17.2 Sprinkler or irrigation systems
or wells of any type are prohibited from drawing upon water from canals or other ground or surface waters within the Properties.
BUSINESS ACTIVITIES AND LEASING
18.1 Any business, trade, garage sale,
moving sale, rummage sale, or similar activity is prohibited, except that an Owner or occupant of a Property may conduct business
activities within the property so long as:
(1) the existence or operation
of the business activity is not apparent or detectable by sight, sound or smell from outside the lot;
(2) the business activity conforms
to all zoning requirements for the Properties;
(3) the business activity does not involve regular
visitation of the property by clients, customers, suppliers, or other business invitees or door-to-door solicitation of residents
of the Properties; and
the business activity does not involve temporary or permanent delivery and storage of inventory at this location for
use at this location or any other location;
the business activity is consistent with the residential character of the Properties and does not constitute a nuisance,
hazardous or offensive use, or threaten the security or safety of other residents of the Properties, as may be determined
in the sole discretion of PREHA.
The terms "business" and "trade," as used in this provision, shall be construed to have their ordinary, generally accepted
meanings and shall include, without limitation, any occupation, work, or activity undertaken on an ongoing basis which involves
the provision of goods or services to persons other than the provider's family and for which the provider receives a fee,
compensation, or other form of consideration, regardless of whether:
such activity is engaged in full or part-time,
such activity is intended to or does generate a profit, or
a license is required.
18.3 Leasing" is defined as regular, exclusive
occupancy of a Property by any person, other than the Owner for which the Owner receives any consideration or benefit, including,
but not limited to, a fee, service, gratuity, or emolument. PREHA shall require
a minimum lease term of one (1) year. Notice of any lease, together with such
additional information as may be required by PREHA and shall be given to PREHA by the lot Owner by delivering a copy thereof
to PREHA's secretary, within ten (10) days of execution of the lease.
The Owner must make available to the lessee copies of the Articles, By-Laws, and Covenants. Any lease on any property shall provide that the lessee and all occupants of the leased property shall be bound by the terms of the Articles, By-Laws and Covenants of PREHA. Owner, not lessee, shall remain responsible for the payment of any dues and/or assessments to PREHA.