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Short-Term Rental – WR4 CCR’s

Warner Ranch 4 Homeowners Association’s DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, AND RESTRICTIONS in Article 10 section 10.20 read as follows:

20.20.1

All leases shall be in writing and shall provide that the terms of the lease shall be subject in all respects to the provisions of this Declaration, the Articles, the Bylaws and the Association Rules. All tenants shall be subject to the terms and conditions of this Declaration, the Articles, the Bylaws and the Association Rules as though such tenant were an Owner (except that such tenant shall not have any voting rights appurtenant to the Lot occupied by such tenant except pursuant to an express written assignment complying with Subsection 3.2.1). Each Owner shall cause his, her or its tenants or other Occupants to comply with this Declaration, the Articles, the Bylaws and the Association Rules and, to the extent permitted by applicable law, shall be responsible and liable for all violations and losses caused by such tenants or Occupants, notwithstanding the fact that such tenants or Occupants are also fully liable for any violation of each and all of those documents.

10.20.2
In the event that a tenant or other Occupant violates any provision of this Declaration, the Articles, the Bylaws or the Association Rules, the Association shall have the power to bring an action or suit against such tenant or other Occupant to recover sums due for damages or injunctive relief, or for any other remedy available at law or equity. The Association’s costs in doing so, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys’ fees, together with interest as provided in Section 12.8, shall be reimbursed by the tenant or other Occupant to the Association (or, in the absence of reimbursement by the tenant or other Occupant, or at the election of the Board, by the Owner of the Lot occupied by such tenant or other Occupant) and constitute a lien on the applicable Lot which shall have the priority, and may be enforced in the manner, described in Section 8.3.

10.20.3
The Board shall also have the power to suspend the right of the tenant or other Occupant to use the recreational facilities on or constituting a part of the Common Area for any violation by the tenant or other Occupant of any duty imposed under this Declaration, the Articles, the Bylaws or the Association Rules and, where approved by Members holding a majority of the votes in each class of Members represented in Person or by valid proxy at a meeting of Members duly called for such purpose, to impose reasonable monetary fines upon the tenant or the Owner of the applicable Lot, or both. No suspension hereunder of the right of a tenant or other Occupant to use the recreational facilities on or constituting part of the Common Area may be for a period longer than sixty (60) days except where the tenant or other Occupant fails or refuses to cease or correct an on-going violation or commits the same or another violation, in which event such suspension may be extended for additional periods not to exceed sixty (60) days each until such violation ceases or is corrected; the foregoing limitation shall not affect or prevent termination of the applicable lease if permitted by the terms of said lease or otherwise by applicable law.

10.20.4
No Owner may lease less than his, her or its entire Lot. No Lot maybe leased for a period of less than thirty (30) days. Upon leasing his, her or its Lot, an Owner shall promptly notify the Association of the commencement and termination dates of the lease and the names of each tenant or other Person who will occupy the Lot during the term of the lease.

For other sections of the CC&R’s they may be viewed at https://wr4hoa.com/images/Documents/ccr.pdf

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