Community Association: A residential area where (1) the owner of a lot / unit or cooperative share is automatically a member of the association, (2) the owner is required to pay assessments and, if unpaid, the association has the legal right to file an assessment lien and foreclose on that lien, and (3) the owner, his/her family members, tenants, or invitees must abide by the provisions contained within the association’s recorded documents.
Celebration Residential Owners Association, Inc., is a Florida community association which must function in accordance with its specific recorded governing documents, the provisions of Chapter 720, Florida Statutes, Homeowners’ Associations, and all other applicable county ordinances, state statutes and Federal laws and regulations.
Below are the specific governing documents for Celebration Residential Owners Association (CROA).
(Includes Exhibit A Initial Property, and Exhibit B Property Subject to Annexation)
The Community Charter applies to Celebration Residential Properties. It creates obligations that are binding upon the Association and all present and future owners of property (previously known as the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Celebration Residential Properties [the Original Declaration]). Recorded 7/11/2011, Osceola County, Book 04150, Pages 2350 – 2491
Amendment To The Restatement Of Amended And Restated Declaration Of Covenants, Conditions, And Restrictions For Celebration Residential Properties Recorded 4/2/2014, Osceola County, Book 4590, Pages 61-62
Amendment To The Restatement Of Amended And Restated Declaration Of Covenants, Conditions, And Restrictions For Celebration Residential Properties Recorded 1/8/2015, Osceola County, Book 4719, Pages 448-451
The recorded Supplement to the Community Charter, including Supplements to the Original Declaration have been previously recorded, the terms of which are incorporated by reference as set forth in the supplement. Each Supplement below submits additional property to the Community Charter, may create easements over the property described in the Supplement, may impose additional obligations or restrictions on such property, may designate special areas (see Chapter 3, Community Charter), or any of the foregoing. Articles of Incorporation
The Articles of Incorporation of Celebration Residential Owners Association, Inc., as may be amended, establish the Association as a not-for-profit corporation under Florida Law. Filed 5/31/1995, Florida Department of State.
The By-Laws of Celebration Residential Owners Association, Inc., as may be amended, govern the Association’s internal affairs, such as voting, elections, meetings, etc.
The design standards and architectural and aesthetics guidelines are defined in Chapter 5, Community Charter, as may be amended. These guidelines govern new construction and modifications to Units, including structures, landscaping and other items on Units.
The use restrictions and rules of the Association are adopted pursuant to Chapter 7, Community Charter. The Rules regulate the use of property, activities, and conduct within the Residential Properties. Recorded 7/11/2011, Osceola County, Book 04150, Pages 2350 – 2491
The policy resolutions adopted by the Association’s Board establish rules, policies, and procedures for internal governance and Association activities, and to regulate the operation and use of property that the Association owns or controls.