A recent question came up regarding rule 7a which basically states that Management has the right to inspect a resale property during the sales process. To be clear, the purpose of this rule is to be sure that a buyer and seller account for repairs to the property during the sales process, so that the property conforms to the Park Package, i.e., each home must have proper skirting, a carport, and a shed etc.
The rule in question was written a long time ago and states that Management has the right to inspect the outside and inside of a home during the sales process. Sometime after this rule was written and approved by the State of Florida, the state modified the Florida Statue to clarify that the homeowner must give management written approval. We have no problem with this as most of everything we need to know about the home can easily be seen from roadside. Therefore, the purpose of this post is to clarify that if and when there is a conflict in language, between a rule and any State of Federal law, it is our business practice to employ the terms of the law first, into and before the rule in question.
Thanks for the question and please feel free to keep them coming! We are proud of our Village and know that our Residents and future Residents also love where they live!
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KJW: Father, Family, Pilot, General Manager of TMV, LLC