Lexington Village of Groveland Deeds, Covenants, Conditions and
The Declaration of Easements, Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions ("Declarations') is the governing document of our Homeowners Association and provides both general and specific guidelines regarding the management and maintenance of Lexington Village. This document is broken down into Articles and sections as follows and can be viewed or printed by clicking on the Article Number:
Deeds to view, download, or print.
Compliance with these Declarations is mandatory for all homeowners, tenants, and guests. Violations of these Declarations can result in a fine.
The Declarations can be viewed or downloaded by clicking (coming soon).
A copy may also be purchased by contacting the Board of Directors or management company.
Application.pdf to the Architectural Review Committee ("ARC")
The Declaration of Deeds, Covenants, and Restrictions (DDCR) requires the Homeowners Association to establish and maintain an ARC which enforces the general guidelines outlined in the Declarations. The ARC also sets specific guidelines which can be found below. These guidelines are periodically reviewed and modified as needed. These guidelines are not absolute and exceptions can be made on a case by case basis.
An application to the ARC must be completed and submitted BEFORE any work is done. if work is done that is not in conformance with the ARC guidelines or the DDCR the Association has the authority to require the homeowner to modify the work done so that it is in compliance with the guidelines. An application can be requested by calling Specialty Management (407) 647-2622 or by clicking here. (you must have Adobe Reader to download this document
It is very important each member of the community is familiar with the guidelines and follows them closely
The By-Laws of Lexington Village of Groveland Homeowners Association are like an official game plan on how the Association is to be run and operated. Bylaws also state the rights and powers of the members, directors and officers. The contents of the By-Laws may vary but they typically include the following provisions:
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print the By-Laws.
- The time and place for meetings of officers, directors and member (Homeowners) as well as guidelines for notifying the members of meetings.
- How many directors, their tenure, election, and their qualifications.
- The creation of other Committees.
- The fiscal year of the Association
- How the Bylaws are amended.
- Reports to the members.
The By-Laws can be viewed or downloaded by clicking here.
The Architectural Review Committee ("ARC") has developed standards for many commonly requested architectural modifications. These standards provide a precise description for a specific modification which, if followed, will enable the ARC to approve the application without review by the full ARC, however, the ARC makes all attempts to approve applications 15 days from the receipt of the application. If your application is denied, homeowners have the right to appeal to the Board of Directors.
The guidelines can be viewed by clicking here.