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Rules and Regulations: Article 5 — Motor Vehicles

5.1. No unregistered, uninspected or inoperable motor vehicles, recreational vehicles, campers, trailers, or boats, junk cars, or parts of vehicles shall be stored or allowed to stand on any part of the Common Elements.

5.2. No motor vehicles, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, mopeds, motorized bicycles, shall be operated on the walkways, lawns or fields which constitute the Common Elements. All motorized vehicles shall be used and operated only on the designated roadways and parking areas.

5.3. The parking areas shall not be used for any purpose other than to park duly registered operable passenger automobiles, including sports utility vehicles and pickup trucks that have a weight rating of 6,000 pounds or less, with less than five wheels, which vehicle shall have no advertising, markings, lettering or signage affixed thereto, and excluding specifically trucks, commercial vehicles, passenger or cargo vans, buses, motor homes, vehicles used for hire to transport people or store goods or merchandise, trailers, boats, and/or any vehicle with a plow, any type of racks or extenders, toolboxes, tools, equipment, supplies and materials, tanks or containers, and/or all non-vehicle manufacturer modifications or additions. Each Unit shall be permitted a maximum of two (2) motor vehicles in the parking areas provided. No washing, maintenance or repairs of automobiles shall take place on any of the Property. The Trustees shall have the right and authority to have any vehicle in violation of this Article immediately towed at the vehicle owner’s expense and liability at the sole discretion of the Board of Trustees.

5.4. All vehicles must be parked in designated parking spaces. No vehicle is to be standing or parked along curbs, in front of or near mailboxes, obstructing fire hydrants/pull-boxes, or otherwise impeding safe vehicular traffic flow throughout the Common Areas and no unauthorized vehicle may be standing or parked in any exclusive use parking space nor any reserved parking space marked with a sign, not even momentarily. Any Unit Owner, occupant, resident, or visitor violating this rule/regulation is subject to immediate fine and/or vehicle removal at the vehicle owner’s expense and liability at the sole discretion of the Board of Trustees.

5.5. Each Unit shall have one (1) exclusive use parking space on the Common Elements. Each Unit’s exclusive use parking space shall be located to the right or left of the Unit’s front walk as viewed toward the curb and/or building that matches the side that the Unit’s front door is located on, with the exception of Units 1, 16, 18, 23, 25, 39, 41, 73, 102, 103, 152 and those in Building 11 (odd numbered Units from 153-183). For instance, as you face the front of the Unit, if the Unit’s front door is located on the right (or left) side of the front walk then the Unit’s exclusive use parking space is located on the right (or left) of the front walk.

5.5.1. The location of the exclusive use parking space for Units 1, 16, 18, 23, 25, 39, 41, 73, 102, 103, 152, and those in Building 11 (odd numbered Units from 153-183) are as follows:

5.5.1.1. Unit 1’s exclusive use parking space is located on the front of the building to the right of the front walk as you face the Unit’s front entry door.

5.5.1.2. Unit 16’s exclusive use parking space is located on the front of the building to the right of the front walk as you face the Unit’s front entry door.

5.5.1.3. Unit 18, 23, and 152’s exclusive use parking space is located on the side of the building to the left (or right – if legally handicapped) of the sidewalk as you face the side of the Unit.

5.5.1.4. Units 25, 39, 41’s exclusive use parking space is located on the side of the building to the right of the sidewalk as you face the side of the Unit.

5.5.1.5. Unit 71’s exclusive use parking space is located one space to the right of the handicapped parking space at the end of the front walk that services Unit 71 (or the right of the front walk — if legally handicapped).

5.5.1.6. Unit 73’s exclusive use parking space is located two spaces to the left of the handicapped parking space at the end of the front walk that services Unit 71 (or the right of the front walk that services Unit 71 — if legally handicapped).

5.5.1.7. Unit 102’s exclusive use parking space is located on the side of the building at the end of the Unit’s front walk.

5.5.1.8. Unit 103’s exclusive use parking space is located on the side of the building to the left of the front walk as you face the side of the Unit.

5.5.1.9. Units located in Building 11 (odd numbered Units from 153-183) are located in four (4) separate parking areas:

5.5.1.9.1. Building 11 — Parking Area A is defined as parking spaces from the mailboxes near Unit 183 in a northerly direction (toward Unit 174) to a landscaped island. From the mailboxes near Unit 183 in a northerly direction (toward Unit 174), exclusive use parking spaces are designated as follows: 183, 179, 181, resident (first come first serve), 177, 173, and 175.

5.5.1.9.2. Building 11 Parking Area B is defined as parking spaces from a landscape island (near Units 23 and 25) in a westerly direction (toward Unit 159), exclusive us parking spaces are designated as follows: resident (first come first serve), 171, 169, 167, resident (first come first serve), 165, 163, and 159.

5.5.1.9.3. Building 11 Parking Area C is defined as parking spaces from a landscape island (between Buildings 10 and 11 perpendicularly across the travel lane from to Unit 159 in a westerly direction as follows: 161, 157, and 155.

5.5.1.9.4. Building 11 Parking Area D is defined as parking spaces from Unit 153 in a westerly direction (toward Unit 151), exclusive use parking spaces: 153 (if legally handicapped) or 153 (if not legally handicapped) in the parking space to the right of the handicapped parking space.

5.5.2. Unit Owners and occupants are responsible for ensuring that their visitor’s vehicles and their own vehicle(s) are not parked in any of these designated exclusive use parking spaces. Unit Owners are subject to immediate fine and/or removal of the vehicle from the premises at the vehicle owner’s expense and liability at the sole discretion of the Board of Trustees.

5.6 Any vehicle leaking fluids and/or causing damage to Common Elements must be immediately removed from the property until such time they are in a good state of repair and not leaking fluids nor causing damages. Any vehicle leaking fluids shall be subject to daily fines assessed to the Unit Owner and/or removal by towing at the vehicle’s sole risk, liability, and expense. Unit Owners shall be liable for any and all restoration costs borne by Liberty Commons Condominium Trust for the restoration of the damaged Common Elements and any and all environmental cleanup costs and/or fines levied, and any and all costs incurred by Liberty Commons Condominium Trust, including, but not limited to attorney’s fees, witness fees, sheriff fees, and court filing costs. Any required repairs and/or restorations, deemed necessary at the sole discretion of the Board or Trustees, shall be made by a contractor authorized by the Board of Trustees or their designee.

5.7. Any vehicle parked on the property more than three (3) days or any portion thereof within a thirty (30) day period must be registered with Liberty Commons Condominium Trust through the Managing Agent and/or Board of Trustees. The Unit Owner must provide in writing the year, make, model, color, registration (license plate), registration state, and vehicle identification number (VIN). Any vehicle not registered with Liberty Commons Condominium Trust, the Unit Owner is subject to immediate daily fines and/or immediate removal by towing at the vehicle owner’s sole expense and liability, at the sole discretion of the Board of Trustees.

5.8. Units are allowed to have a reasonable number of visitor or guest vehicles parked on the property on a temporary basis, as determined at the sole discretion of the Board of Trustees, provided that the vehicle is in compliance with the Declaration of Trust and BylawsRules and Regulations, and any and all other Constituent Documents. Visitor or guest parking that exceeds the maximum of two (2) vehicles per Unit, shall not be parked on the property for more than three (3) days or any portion thereof within a seven (7) day period and shall not exceed six (6) days or any portion thereof in a thirty (30) day period without prior authorization from the Board of Trustees. Any request for parking a guest’s vehicle for an extended period (more than three (3) days or any portion thereof) must be submitted in writing not less than 14-days prior to the anticipated initial parking date and the Board of Trustees’ prior authorization must be obtained prior to parking the guest’s vehicle on the property. Any vehicle not in full compliance is subject to immediate daily fines and/or immediate removal by towing at the vehicle owner’s sole expense and liability, at the sole discretion of the Board of Trustees.

5.9. Visitors and/or guests must remove their vehicle(s) from the property when winter weather is predicted, during snow or winter weather events, and during all snow removal and/or treatment operations (i.e., snow plowing, removal of snow, road and walk treatments, shoveling, etc.) and must comply with any and all direction and instruction of a Trustee, the Board of Trustees, Managing Agent, and/or snow removal contractor. Any vehicle not in full compliance is subject to immediate daily fines and/or immediate removal by towing at the vehicle owner’s sole expense and liability, at the sole discretion of the Board of Trustees.

5.10. All drivers shall comply with all traffic controls and signs (i.e., posted speed limits, stop signs, tow zones, reserved or assigned parking, handicapped parking, etc.) and all Unit Owners shall be responsible for any and all persons associated with their Unit.

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The Board of Trustees shall have the power to levy fines against Unit Owners for violations of the Declaration of Trust and Bylaws, Master Deed or reasonable Rules and Regulations established by it to govern the conduct of the Unit Owners in the Common Elements. No fine may be levied for more than $20.00 for any one violation but for each day a violation continues it shall be considered a separate violation. Collection of fines may be enforced against Unit Owner or Unit Owners involved as if the fines were common charges owed by the particular Unit Owner or Unit Owners. In the case of persistent violation of the Rules and Regulations by a Unit Owner, the Board of Trustees shall have the power to require such Unit Owner to post a bond to secure adherence to the Rules and Regulations.