The following rules and
regulations (“House Rules”) have been approved by the Board of Directors
(“Board”) of the Kalele Kai Association of Apartment Owners (“Association”) in
accordance with the By–Laws of the Association of Owners of Kalele Kai
(“By-Laws”) and the covenants, conditions and restrictions set forth in the
Declaration of the Condominium Property Regime (“Declaration”). These House Rules are effective
November 2004 and supersede any previous issues.
The Board has the authority and responsibility of amending
the foregoing rules as may be deemed necessary, in order to upkeep the premises
in good condition and to provide comfort and security to all its occupants.
The House Rules apply to all owners and
occupants of Kalele Kai and to all other persons who are on the premises at any
time, including agents, employees, guests, licensees, invitees, owners, and
The purpose of these House Rules is to protect all
occupants from annoyance and nuisance caused by improper use of the residential
condominium apartments and to protect the condominium’s reputation and
desirability by providing maximum peace and enjoyment on the premises.
The Resident Manager provides a copy of the House Rules to
each owner and lessee before occupying an apartment. The terms of any written
lease between an owner and lessee incorporate the House Rules by reference and
require compliance with it.
Keys entrusted by a unit owner or occupant or by
any member of his family or by his agent, servant, employee, licensee or visitor
to the Board or the Managing Agent, whether for the unit owner’s or occupant’s
unit or an automobile, truck or other item of personal property, the acceptance
of the key shall be at the sole risk of the unit owner or occupant and the Board
or the Managing Agent shall not be liable for injury, loss or damage of any
nature whatsoever, directly or indirectly resulting therefrom or connected
All unit owners are at all times personally
responsible for the conduct of their family, guests, guests of their family,
tenants and all occupants.
All occupants are at all times personally
responsible for the conduct of their family, guests and guests of their family.
This responsibility extends but is not limited to
any damage or destruction to common or limited common elements.
No awning, shades, window guards,
towels, swimwear, wiring, radio or television antenna or other objects shall be
attached to or hung from the exterior of any unit’s verandas, balconies, lanais,
or windows, or protrude through the walls, windows or roof thereof.
Furthermore, no notice,
advertisements, bill posters, illumination or other sign shall be inscribed or
posted on or about the unit, although not visible outside of the Project, except
as shall have been approved in writing by the Board or the Managing Agent. Such
approval may be granted or refused at the sole discretion of the Board or the
All radio, television, or other
electrical equipment of any kind or nature installed or used in each unit shall
fully comply with all rules, regulations, requirements, or recommendations of
the public authorities having jurisdiction. The unit owner alone shall be liable
for any damage or injury by any radio, television or other electrical equipment
in such owners’ unit.
No occupant shall use or permit to
be brought into any unit or common areas anything deemed hazardous to life, limb
or property, such as gasoline, kerosene, methanol or other combustibles of
similar nature, or any gunpowder, or other explosives. No activity shall be
engaged in, nor shall any substance be introduced or manufactured within the
units, which may result in a violation of the law or in the increase of premium
rates, or cancellation of insurance for the Project.
Residents are limited to 2 pets,
under 30 pounds each (either 2 cats or 2 dogs or 1 cat and 1 dog.) All pets,
including certified guide or signal dogs and cats shall be maintained on a leash
when outside of the condominium unit, provided that the person accompanying the
pet outside of the unit shall immediately clean up and deposit all such fecal
material in their own refuse container. Each tenant or owner shall register
his/her pet (s) with the Managing Agent.
No pet shall be kept or bred for
any commercial purpose. No livestock, chicken, pigs or farm animals whatsoever
shall be allowed or kept in any part of the Project.
No visiting pets are allowed.
B–13.1 Removal of pets
If any pet, certified guide or signal dog, or
other animal causes a nuisance, unreasonable disturbance, or presents a danger
to any person within the Project, the owner shall be given an opportunity to
rectify the problem. If the animal continues to cause a nuisance, unreasonable
disturbance or danger to any person within the Project, the Board shall require
the pet or animal, including certified guide animal or signal animal, to be
removed from the Project within a reasonable time period.
Garments, rugs, mops, or other
objects shall not be dusted or shaken from windows, verandas, balconies, or
lanais. Dust, rubbish, or litter shall not be swept or thrown or washed from any
unit on to any part of the Project. Furthermore, nothing shall be thrown or
emptied by occupants or their guests out of windows, doors, verandas, balconies
or lanais, into any part of the Project.
Verandas, balconies, and lanais
may be furnished appropriately with typical lanai furniture, which includes
chairs, lounges, and tables. Such furnishings shall be kept in an orderly
fashion and maintained in good, clean condition. Ceiling fans are permitted in
townhouse lanais only, subject to prior Board approval.
B–15.1 Storing on
balconies, lanais or verandas
Verandas, balconies, and lanais may not be used
for storage areas for sports and play equipment, nor surplus cartons, boxes, or
any other type of excess belongings except in lanai storage areas designated in
the building plans as usable for storage. Any furniture, plants, or other
articles, which, in the opinion of the Board are unsightly, shall be removed and
kept from the verandas, balconies, and lanais upon request by the Board.
Boats, canoes, rafts, jet skis, trailers or other
navigable crafts, bicycles and other transportation vehicles shall not be left
or allowed to stand, stored, maintained, or repaired in the parking stalls.
However, minor repairs taking no more than eight (8) hours are permitted.
No cigarettes, cigarette butts, pipes, cigars, or
other refuse shall be put out or thrown in the parking lot, corridors,
elevators, stairways, sidewalks, yard, lanais, or other common elements. Smoking
is not allowed inside buildings or stairways.
blades, roller skates, bicycles, scooters and other similar equipment shall not
be operated or used on any part of the common elements such as, but not limited
to, the walkways, pathways, interior road, parking garages, or boat mooring
Motorized sports and transportation vehicles
Motorized sports and
transportation vehicles, including golf carts, mopeds, and motorcycles shall be
operated only on the road; if said vehicles shall comply with state and county
registration and vehicular requirements for use on public streets and highways.
The use of such vehicles is not permitted on the premises except on paved areas
and solely for ingress and egress.
C–2.3 Surfboards, bicycles, and other sport equipment
All surfboards, bicycles, and other sports equipment that is transported
through the building must use the back doors, and the equipment must be properly
Street clothes and diapers are not allowed in the pool or Jacuzzi.
All suntan oil, bobby pins, hairpins, and other such material shall be
removed and all persons shall shower before entering the pool or Jacuzzi.
Eating, drinking and smoking is not allowed in the pool or Jacuzzi.
All persons using suntan lotions and oils, etc. shall protect the
furniture and the deck area with towels.
Infants should not be taken into the Jacuzzi for health reasons.
Scuba equipment, inner tubes, swimming fins, toys,
or other inappropriate equipment shall not be allowed in the pool. However,
small children may use small tubes, water wings, or similar devices for safety
purposes, if accompanied in the pool by an adult.
Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary,
these House Rules shall be subject to the Declaration of Condominium Property
Regime of Kalele Kai (“Declaration”) and By-Laws of the Association of Owners of
Kalele Kai (By-Laws”), and in the event of any conflict between these House Rules
and the Declaration and By-Laws, the Declaration and By-Laws shall govern and the
Board shall make such changes to these House Rules from time to time to comply
with the Declaration and By-Laws.
The Board has the right to restrict the use of any
common elements at its discretion. Enforcement of restriction and other House
Rules may be delegated to the Managing Agent.
Each tenant and owner is responsible for abiding by
all House Rules and governing documents established for the Kalele Kai
Association of Apartment Owners.