In homeowners’ associations, general regulations that pertain to the conduct of members and/or the operations of the association are described by such names as regulations, procedures, policies, standards, guidelines, and rules. Regardless of the descriptive name that is used, such general regulations are all considered “operating rules” and such rules must meet applicable state statutory requirements and be adopted in accordance with the provisions relative to rules that are contained in the association’s governing documents.
Operating rules apply to the management and operation of a common interest development or the conduct of its business and affairs and include such things as:
Requirements for Operating Rules.
To be enforceable, operating rules must meet certain criteria and must be “reasonable.” A determination of whether a rule is reasonable is:
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