New Process to Correct Covenant Violations


Violation TagThe developer of Tipton Lakes delegated and assigned to the Tipton Lakes Community Association the power of owning, maintaining and administering the areas and facilities; administering and enforcing the covenants, conditions and restrictions; collecting and disbursing the assessments and charges hereinafter created; and promoting the recreation, health, safety and welfare of the residents.

In order for the Association to do its job more efficiently, we implemented orange door hangers. Since the Association has started this process, we have noticed a trend in violations.

The most common violations are:

Trash toters visible from the street – Trash cans should be stored out of sight. This can be accomplished by storing them in garages, basements, etc., or by using appropriate exterior screening, fencing or landscaping.

Grass that needs to be mowed – Every owner shall promptly perform all maintenance and repair within his own lot and on the adjacent road right-of-way, which if neglected would affect the value of the property or any lot or living unit thereon, and which is the responsibility of the owner to perform personally.

Landscaping beds that need to be weeded or trimmed – Each lot shall be maintained neat and clean and free of paper, trash, uncut weeds or unsightly growth or other debris.

Yard Signs – No sign of any kind shall be displayed to the public view on any lot or the common areas, except ordinary 2-by-2-foot “For Sale” signs, without the prior approval of the Design Review Committee. In order to enforce this restriction, the Association has the right to remove and discard any signs that violate this provision.

Please help the Association office. If your property contains one of these more common violations, please take corrective action.

Covenant violations that are more detailed or are cluster specific will be handled with a formal letter. Please contact the Association office at 812-342-8522 if you have questions or concerns. The Association strives to provide compliance as we partner with our members to uphold our mission.


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