Highland Lakes

Country Club and Community Association

Renting Your Home

Members who rent their premises at any time, regardless of the length of the term of the rental, are required to register their property as a rental with the Club office. Registration of the property must be done by its owner(s) no later than the first day of the first occupancy by tenant(s). A copy of the Application may be obtained by contacting the Club Office. 

Members who rent their premises are also required to register all tenants with the Club office upon each change of occupancy, and must establish the tenants as Associate Members prior to each tenancy. For each tenancy, Members must pay the corresponding Associate Member dues. For Calendar Year 2019, Associate Member dues shall be:

  • $300.00 for properties that rent for more than three months, up to annually, per tenancy;
  • $100.00 for properties that rent monthly or any part thereof, per tenancy;
  • $50.00 for properties that rent weekly or less, per tenancy.

Associate Member dues in subsequent years shall be established by the Voting Board in its annual adoption of the Dues and Assessments Schedule.

Compliance by members with the Club’s By-Laws is not optional. Failure to register properties and tenants in accordance with Club policy, or misrepresentation of the amount of rentals or rental durations, will subject the Members to a penalty assessment in an amount equal to the then current annual cabin dues for each violation, together with late payment charges if the penalty assessment is unpaid on the first day of the second month following the assessment of the penalty.

Associate membership badges to be used by tenants of members in good standing may be purchased by registered tenants at the Club office or Activities Center only. For calendar year 2019, tenants who rent annually or monthly may purchase activities badges for household members only, for $10.00 per badge. Tenants who rent weekly may purchase daily badges for $1.00 per badge. Charges for badges in subsequent years shall be established by the Voting Board in its annual adoption of the Dues and Assessments Schedule.

Associate Members in properties owned by members in good standing are eligible for garbage service, parking permits and boat permits, in accordance with Club policy. Associate members’ children with activities badges are eligible to participate in “rostered” activities, such as swim team, softball, tennis, basketball, sailing, etc.

Members who rent their premises are required to notify their tenants that the tenants are subject to the By-Laws, Rules and Regulations, and all policies of the Club. In the event the tenants fail to comply with the By-Laws, Rules and Regulations, and all policies of the Club, in addition to any action the Club may have against the tenants, the Member shall be responsible for the violation of the tenants, including the imposition of fines and assessments by the Club.

Please contact your section trustee or the Club Office with questions.

Please see Section II (b) of Article III – Membership and Section XII of Article XV – Property Covenants of the By-Laws of Highland Lakes Country Club and Community Association located in your Membership Directory for more information.

 

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