Community Rules and Regulations of Marjal Beach Residential
The present rules, as established in the Horizontal Law Article 6, regulate the co-existence and the usage of communal elements. These rules must be followed and implemented by all the owners and their families as well as by guests, tenants and employees and you must inform the President or the Committee board if they are ignored.
Use of the apartments and communal area’s
Installation of any antennas on top of the buildings including the façade (the façade being all the external part of the building) will require authorization prior to installation. Authorization will in
principle not be granted, as other ways of receiving television signals (e.g via internet) are available that do not need an external antenna.
Owners are not allowed to make any alteration or changes to the façade, railings, windows, lattices, blinds, lights, etc., with any paint. The shape and colour of awnings must not be changed from the original shapes and colours as established by the Community.
Use of the Elevator. No large or heavy objects are to be transported in the elevator as this could cause damage and pose a safety risk.
It is prohibited to hang clothes or laundry on the balcony railings (inside or outside). It is preferable to use the inside of the terraces and balconies out of sight.
The Swimming Pool, Spa and Gym areas can only be used during the times agreed by the Community. The Directive Board may issue a compulsory card system or other type warning if the
times are not adhered to.
The instruction boards inside and outside these areas must be adhered to by all residents. It is forbidden inside the areas of Article 5:
a) To eat. (drinks are allowed) but must be in plastic containers. Glass is strictly forbidden. b) To play ball or any other games that might disturb other users.
c) To swim without a cap when wearing long hair.
d) To take children without appropriate supervision.
e) To wear inappropriate clothing.
f) To take animals.
g) To ignore directions given by the lifeguard or any other person in charge. Any person who does not comply with this will be asked to leave the area.
The Directive Board will be responsible for maintaining the Pool and other Communal areas Regulations.
Any owner(s) who may wish to ‘let’ their property are obliged to notify the President or Administrator, who will provide authorization for any Tenants or Guests of the Owner to use the
Communal areas, provided they adhere to the Community rules.
The Communal Internal Rules and Regulations are to be followed by Owners, Tenants and Guests in relation to the apartments and their relevant parking spaces.
Meetings and Celebrations must be given by the President or Vice-president prior to these taking place. If this is not possible then contact the Gestor.
Excluded times for the above are as follows:
14:30hrs – 17:30hrs.
24:00hrs – 10:00hrs.
Reason for this rule is that residents have the right to enjoy their free-time, utilize communal areas and enjoy a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere within their own apartment/home.
Noise levels are to be kept to a minimum as to avoid disturbing other residents, particularly during the protected times as mentioned in Article 8.
Ball and similar games are forbidden inside communal areas to prevent damage to parked cars and pool users being disturbed.
Leaving of rubbish, bikes, furniture items, tools, gadgets within communal areas is strictly forbidden. Communal areas in this sense include, halls, stairways, parking areas etc,. Further, it is forbidden to damage buildings, plants, lighting and gardens. Any damage must be compensated by the owner.
The use of open fire BBQ’s on balconies and terraces are forbidden due to possible smoke and fire damage. Electrical equipment is allowed.
Owners of dogs that are walked around Communal areas must have an appropriate sanitary card. All dogs must be kept on a leash whilst in the complex. Dogs that fall in the category of ‘dangerous dogs’ by the authorities, must be adequately muzzled. Owners must clear foul waste from their dogs, using appropriate dog scoops/bags and discard waste in refuse bins outside the complex.
Owners are responsible to keep noise levels to a minimum in relation to their dog barking. The Directive Board has the authority to contact the Municipal Services to remove any animal from
the complex if the owner does not comply with the obligatory requirements above.
In the case of any of the rules and regulations being ignored or any acts carried out that alter the normal coexistence of the building, the person responsible will be asked to cease this activity and may then be subject to a Community reprimand, resulting in acts being published on Block Notice Boards. Should this continue to persist, the Directive Board can and will cease the person’s right to use communal areas taking action in accordance with Article19 of the Horizontal Law.
If Community rules are infringed by tenants or guests then any resident has the right to challenge this aside from the Directive Board. Owners of apartments will be held to account for any action or behaviour that results in their guests or tenants disregarding any of the Community Rules.
It is forbidden the installation of signs at the facades and terraces of the houses for sell and rent . Owners will have available for this advertisement an space in an external notice board placed at the window of the caretaker office and the community website.
The intent of the fitness is a recreation room and not a professional gym.
Owners with gardens must to keep them in proper clean and tidiness conditions, in other case the committee will be able to send the gardeners and the cost will be paid by the owner of the property.
It is not allowed to leave private belongings in the common areas, the pathways and the common areas must to be free of obstacles by security reasons, for the good working of the cleaning, the ornaments, etc.
Under the article 7.1 of the H.P.L .” Owners of individual units may modify the architectural elements, installations, or services, of their unit, giving proper notice to the community
representative provided such work does not impair or alter the safety of the building, it’s overall structure, its external appearance or condition, or prejudice the rights of another unit owner. Unit
owners shall not make any alteration whatsoever in the rest of the building, if unit owner notice the need for urgent repairs, they shall bring it to the attention of the administrator without delay.
Owners must ask for permission before carry out any work that affect the community”. Any outside person without permission, including workmen, which holds up inside the community
will be invited to leave the community immediately.
The board of Community Assembly of Marjal Beach Residential
Community rules are updated during the AGM 7th March 2015