The material below is derived from The Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions and their amendments, and from the By-laws and their amendments which are recorded in the Land Evidence Records of the Town of Narragansett, from action by the Board on behalf of the membership and from input gathered from surveys of members.
The majority of the regulations included herein have been in force for a number of years. However, because many members have been unaware of the rules, this publication serves to appropriately notify all members of them. Upon close examination of this document, one will readily realize that most of that which is included herein is based in common sense and/or the common good of the Association.
The Board of Directors of the Bonnet Shores Beach Club Condominium Association reserves the right to enact, amend, and implement these and further rules and regulations as the needs arise. All previous rules are null and void. This compilation of rules supersedes all others.
The rules and regulations set forth herein have all been approved by the Board of Directors under the authority vested in them by the Declaration and, therefore, are lawful and binding. The Board reserves the right to impose any and all fines and/or penalties it deems fit on any member, renter, and/or guest for any infringement of the rules put forth herein.
Board decisions are binding on all unit owners.
In accordance with Rhode Island Condominium Law, a hearing board has been established, the function of which will be to consider violations of these rules and regulations and to impose fines when warranted. The hearing board will consist of at least three members of the Board of Directors and will meet as necessary. Members accused of violating a rule will be notified in writing of the accusation and of the time and place of a hearing. If members are found in violation, the hearing board may impose a fine up to $500 and/or may restrict or prohibit a member’s use of common areas or a combination thereof. Any fines levied will be a lien against the unit.