Owners Association definition

Owners Association means any association or organization created pursuant to the OwnersAssociation Documents.
Owners Association means a homeowners association or property owners association that provides services to, and collects assessments, fees, dues, or charges from, property within the CFD.
Owners Association means an organization that is comprised of owners of lots in a planned community and that is responsible for the administrative governance, maintenance, and upkeep of the planned community.

Examples of Owners Association in a sentence

  • Such compliance shall be to the same degree and extent as would apply if the Property Owners Association were a municipality.

  • Banus is a member of the executive committee of Sanlam Investment Management (Pty) Limited and a past president of the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA).

  • The Maximum Special Tax for Undeveloped Property, Taxable Owners Association Property, and Taxable Public Property is $40,250 per Acre for Fiscal Year 2019-20, which amount shall increase on July 1, 2020, and each July 1 thereafter by an amount equal to 2.0% of the amount in effect for the prior Fiscal Year.

  • Based upon the review of the application and report submitted by the Township Fire Marshal and Chief of Police, it does hereby approve the application by the Upper Greenwood Lake Property Owners Association and Garden State Fireworks to conduct a fireworks display on June 26, 2010 at the Upper Greenwood Lake launch area, between the hours of 8:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. 2.

  • Police Officers must be hired for security by the Upper Greenwood Lake Property Owners Association and the cost for Police Officers has been paid by the Upper Greenwood Lake Property Owners Association in the amount of $2,000.00 in advance.

More Definitions of Owners Association

Owners Association means a private nonprofit entity which represents, and whose membership includes the assessed property owners or property owners’ representatives in a district. An owners’ association may be an existing nonprofit entity or a newly formed nonprofit entity. Consistent with California Streets and Highways Code §36614.5, the owners’ association is a private entity and may not be considered a public entity for any purpose, nor may its board members or staff be considered to be public officials for any purpose. An owners’ association shall comply with the Ralph M. Brown Act, California Government Code §54950 et. seq., at all times when matters within the subject matter of the district are heard, discussed, or deliberated, and with the California Public Records Act, California Government Code §6250 et. seq., for all documents relating to improvements and activities of the district. Board members, officers, and members of the owners’ association are intended and understood to represent and further the interest of the property owners located within the district. Each property owner or property owner’s representative paying the assessment has the right to vote in annual elections of the owners' association and the right to seek nomination or election to the board of directors of the owners' association.
Owners Association means any profit or nonprofit corporation, unincorporated association, or other organiza- tion or legal entity, a membership or other interest in which is appurtenant to or based upon owing an interest in a develop- ment.
Owners Association means an ownersassociation contemplated in section 29; “pre-application consultation” means a consultation contemplated in section 37;
Owners Association means an association formed/to be formed by the owners of the units/Apartments in the Said Project as per Clause (e) of Sub- Section (4) of Section 11 of the Act.
Owners Association means an entity responsible for
Owners Association means an entity or entities formed pursuant to applicable law and/or restrictive land use covenants, which may be responsible for the construction and/or maintenance and/or upgrading of some or all of the infrastructure contemplated in this Development Agreement and the Unified Development Plan, to include, but not be limited to, some or all of the roads, common areas, water, sewer and stormwater management systems proposed to be constructed on or for the benefit of the Property.