1.1. This Rule A.15 establishes the expected conduct of Property Owners, Tenants, and their Guests when they are on any part of the Common Properties of the Big Canoe Property Owners Association (POA).
2.1. All persons shall conduct themselves so as not to jeopardize or interfere with the rights and privileges of others.
2.2. All persons shall avoid any noxious or offensive activity that might cause embarrassment, discomfort, annoyance, or constitute a nuisance to others.
2.3. All persons shall follow established safety rules, and otherwise avoid any actions that endanger the health or safety of others.
2.4. All persons shall follow rules established for individual amenities and other individual parts of the Common Properties.
2.5. All persons shall follow instructions given by a Big Canoe employee engaged in the performance of his/her duty.
2.6. No person shall interfere with, or be abusive or discourteous to a Big Canoe employee engaged in the performance of his/her duties (comments and complaints regarding employees should be reported to the General Manager).
2.7. No person shall defame or otherwise speak in a derogatory manner about a Big Canoe employee, Board member or other Property Owners in a public meeting or setting. Issues regarding employees, other than the General Manager should be discussed with the General Manager privately. Issues with the General Manager should be discussed privately with the Board President.
2.8. Smoking is not permitted in POA facilities nor on any exterior/outdoor Common Properties areas where so posted.
3.1. Property Owners are responsible for their own conduct and for the conduct of family members, Tenants, and Guests.
4.1. Violations of this Rule A.15 will subject the appropriate Property Owner to sanctions in accordance with Rule A.2, “Serious Violations”.
4.2. In addition to fines and other sanctions, the appropriate Property Owner will be responsible for the costs of repair for damage to POA or private property.
4.3. Guests who engage in misconduct as defined in these rules may be subject to a loss of rights to enter Big Canoe.