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Take off your watch and be prepared to be on "Island Time!" This well appointed home on Maui's west side is calling your name. The Masters at Kaanapali Hillside is perfect for a golf retreat, an intimate couple's getaway or a small family vacation. Nestled in tropical, lush surroundings; completely private, yet walking distance to local shops and restaurants. Providing all your Maui vacation needs and more!

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- THE MASTERS AT KAANAPALI HILLSIDE Rules and Regulations (House Rules as Amended as of March, 2016) The primary purpose of these Rules and Regulations ("House Rules") is to protect all occupants from unreasonable annoyance and nuisance caused by improper use of the condominium apartments and also to protect the property and to enhance the reputation and desirability thereof by providing maximum enjoyment of the premises. The full authority and responsibility for enforcing these House Rules may be delegated to a manager or managing agent by the Board of Directors of the Association of Apartment Owners. All occupants, tenants and their guests shall be bound by these House Rules and by standards of reasonable conduct whether covered by these House Rules or not; provided, however, neither the Board nor the Manager or Managing Agent shall be responsible for any noncompliance or violation of these House Rules by the occupants. I. OCCUPANCY. 1. Use of Apartment. The apartments shall be occupied and used only as private dwellings by the respective owners and tenants thereof, their families, domestic servants and personal guests, (herein sometimes collectively and/or individually referred to as "occupants" or "occupant" as appropriate), guardians or other persons responsible. 2. Pets. No livestock, poultry, rabbits or other animals whatsoever, including but not limited to pets as defined in HRS {(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or 150A-6}, shall be allowed or kept in any part of the Property except that one pet as allowed by the Board may be kept in an apartment but shall not be kept, bred, or used therein for any commercial, profit making, or money generating purposes, nor allowed on any common elements except in transit when carried or when being walked on a leash. Any authorized pet may be kept in an apartment on the following terms and conditions: (1) All pets must be registered with the Board or Managing Agent. (2) The apartment owner(s) and tenant(s) of an apartment with a pet shall indemnify and hold the Board and the Managing Agent harmless from and against any and all claims, liabilities, or damages arising out of the presence of such pet in the apartment and the Project. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 3 of 22 (3) The apartment owner(s) agrees in writing to allow the apartment owner's tenant(s) to keep a pet in the apartment and a copy of that writing shall be filed with the Manager/Managing Agent. (4) The apartment owner(s) and tenant(s) owning or having custody of a dog must: (a) obtain a liability insurance policy with reasonable coverage and including the Board and the Association as additional insured and provide a current certificate of such insurance to the Board or Managing Agent. (b) diligently and promptly pick up and dispose of any solid waste discharged by the dog on any walkway, open area or other part of the common elements and file a copy of the certificate of insurance with the Manager/Managing Agent. (5) Failure to register a pet or provide the required indemnity or certificate of insurance shall be grounds for the Board to order that the pet be permanently and promptly removed from the apartment upon notice given by the Board or Managing Agent. (6) Any pet found by the Board to be causing a nuisance or unreasonable disturbance to any occupant of the Property shall be permanently and promptly removed from the apartment upon notice given by the Board or Managing Agent. Notwithstanding any other provision herein, visually impaired persons may keep guide dogs as defined in Chapter 515, Hawaii Revised Statutes, hearing impaired persons may keep signal dogs as defined in Chapter 515, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and disabled persons may keep service dogs/animals as defined in Chapter 515, Hawaii Revised Statutes, in their apartments and may use such dogs/animals in the common areas as reasonably necessary for enjoyment of the Project. 1 3. Parking Areas and Driveways. a. Recreational activities will not be permitted in parking lots or roadway areas. b. Owners/Tenants moving into an apartment may store a shipping container in a parking area or roadway for 24 hours maximum, with the prior approval of the site manager. The location of the container must be in reasonable proximity to the owner’s apartment and must not block ingress or egress of vehicles within the parking area and connecting roadways. If the container is not removed within the 24 hour period, the Association will have the The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 4 of 22 container removed and the owner will be charged for any costs incurred. 4. Water Facilities. a. Toilets, sinks, and other water apparatus in any apartment or the recreation building shall not be used for any purpose other than those for which they were designed, nor shall any sweepings, rubbish, rags or other articles be thrown into them. Any damage anywhere resulting from misuse of any toilets, sinks or other water apparatus in an apartment shall be repaired and paid for by the owner of such apartment upon demand of the Board of Directors. b. Owners will be responsible for payment of damages caused by water leakage from their apartment up to a maximum of the AOAO insurance deductible 2 , except when the leakage is caused by an Association common element failure. 5. Declaration and By-Laws Prevail. If inconsistent with these House Rules, the Declaration and By-Laws of the Association shall prevail. II. TEMPORARY OCCUPANCY. 1. Use by Owner's Lessees, Tenants and Guests. Subject to the terms of these House Rules, the apartment deed, the Declaration and the By-Laws of the Association, an apartment owner may lease his apartment on a month-to-month term or longer or make it available to friends, but the person or persons leasing, renting or occupying the apartment shall abide by these House Rules, and the owner shall assume responsibility for the conduct of all occupants. Transient rental accommodations (that is the rental of an apartment for any period less than the greater of (i) the permitted time period mandated by any applicable statute, ordinance, or other law, or (ii) thirty days), are strictly prohibited. Each owner assumes full and complete responsibility for providing each such person with a copy of these rules, deed, Declaration, and By-Laws. 3 2. Conduct of Lessees, Tenants and Guests. An apartment owner shall be responsible for the conduct of his lessees, tenants and guests and shall, upon request of the Board of Directors, or Managing Agent, immediately abate and remove, at his expense, any structures thing or condition that may exist in, on or with regard to the occupancy of his apartment by his lessees, tenants or guests contrary to the intent and meaning of the provisions hereof, he shall, upon request of the Board of Directors or Managing Agent, immediately remove such condition, lessees, tenants or guests from the premises, without compensation for lost rentals or any other damage resulting therefrom. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 5 of 22 3. Appointment of Local Agent. An apartment owner shall be responsible for designating in writing a local agent to represent his interest if his residence is off the island of Maui or if he will be absent from the apartment for more than thirty (30) days. Such owner shall file with the Manager and Managing Agent his out-of-town address and telephone number and the name and telephone number of his agent. 4. Rental Policy Renters when they check-in at the Association Office must show a copy of an agreement reflecting a rental of 30-days or more. 4 5. Registration Policy Anyone coming onto the property not previously on the property must check into the office and declare if they are owners, renter, friends, or family by the first business day. 5 6. Water Shut Off Policy We require that all owners shut off the water main into their residence when it is unoccupied for more than 48 hours. Association personnel will assist any resident who needs help with this task. The Association will monitor every main shutoff valve to each unoccupied residence on a regular basis. The Association will turn off any water mains that are found in the on position in an unoccupied residence. It is the responsibility of every resident to tell the office when they will be off property for more than 48 hours. In addition, it is strongly recommended that owners turn otT their circuit breakers to the hot water heaters.6 III. COMMON AREAS, ENTRANCES, LANAIS AND BALCONIES. 1. Obstructions; Uses. The sidewalks, hallways, outside stairways, balconies, bridges and passages must not be obstructed or used for any purpose other than ingress and egress. Also, hoses at lanai faucets must be properly coiled when not being used. 2. Lanais - Care and Maintenance. An apartment owner shall be responsible for the care and maintenance of all lanais that are included in his apartment. Such owner may not, however, paint or otherwise decorate, alter or change the walls, floors or ceilings of the lanais without prior written approval of the same by the Board of Directors. It is intended that the exterior of each building shall present a uniform appearance and, to affect that end, the Board of Directors may require the painting of the walls and ceilings of each lanai and regulate the type and color of paint to be used. The Board is authorized but not required to contract for the painting of all of the walls and ceilings of the lanais and make payment therefore out of the maintenance fund. 3. Lanais - Furniture, Plants, etc. Only furniture typical to that normally placed on lanais such as chairs, lounges and small tables together with floor mats and floor plants shall be placed on lanais, and any items which in the opinion of The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 6 of 22 the Managing Agent are dilapidated or unsightly shall be removed by the apartment owner upon notification from the Managing Agent. Except for the storage space provided, the open area of the lanai shall not be used for storage purposes of any kind. In particular, no motorcycle, scooter, moped, bicycle, surfboard, household supplies, pet cages, pet houses or toys of any kind shall be stored in the open area of the lanai. Appropriate banners commemorating holidays or festivals may be displayed from lanais only on holidays and for reasonable periods of time before and after the holidays. No wind chimes are permitted. Cleaning of lanais will be performed in a manner that does not allow any water to run onto the fascia of the building or onto the lanais below. It is understood that the owners will cooperate with each other in the cleaning of lanais. No sprinkler system will be allowed for plant watering from any second story lanais. 4. Laundry, etc. Textile items, including towels, bathing apparel and clothing, brooms, mops, cartons, etc., shall not be placed on lanais or in windows so as to be in view from outside the building or from other apartments. 5. Plants. All floor plants shall be placed in containers so as to prevent the dripping of water or soil onto other apartments or the common elements. Care should be taken in watering plants so as to prevent water from running down the exterior of the building. No vines shall be allowed to grow on the trellis system constructed on the second floor of any apartment building. 6. Throwing Objects from Building. Nothing shall be thrown from lanais, balconies, windows, entrance balconies, etc. Cigarettes and matches, specifically, are a fire hazard. The throwing of firecrackers from lanais and the lighting, use or explosion of any fireworks anywhere on the premises including, but not limited to, the lanai area is strictly prohibited. 7. Dusting or Shaking Objects from Windows. No rugs or other objects shall be dusted or shaken from the windows of the project or cleaned by beating or sweeping them in or on any hallway or exterior part of the project including, but not limited to, the lanai area. 8. Entrances. No floor or hanging plants will be permitted at exterior apartment entrances. Also, no bicycles, surfboards, toys or unsightly material such as trash or household supplies, etc. shall be allowed to remain in view at front entrances of apartments. 9. Trash Disposal. Garbage, rubbish and other trash shall be disposed of only in receptacles and areas provided therefor. Trash containing food shall be securely wrapped before being placed in a receptacle. If an apartment owner is unable to fit any trash, such as, but not limited to, packing crates or cartons, in the The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 7 of 22 trash receptacle, then such owner shall be responsible to dispose of such trash by his/her/its own means. 10. Barbecuing. Barbecuing, i.e., the broiling of any food items over a gas grill or an electric grill shall be allowed in the lanai areas of said apartments only. The use of any barbecue other than a gas or electric grill shall be a major violation. 11. Aesthetics. No unsightliness within the public view is permitted on the premises. For this purpose, "unsightliness" indicates but is not limited to the following: laundry on lines, reels, or grass; litter, trash containers, except as specifically provided; dilapidated, broken, scarred or offensively ugly furniture or plants on lanais or elsewhere on the premises; non-decorative gear, equipment, cans, bottles, ladders, trash, boxes, barrels, etc., stored or stowed in or on walks, entryways, balconies, stairways, etc.; or unshaded or improperly shaded lights that create objectionable glare. Floodlights shall only be used on lanais in conjunction with security systems. 12. Household Goods. No garbage cans, household supplies, excess items, or similar articles shall be placed outside the apartment, except as the Board shall prescribe. 13. Personal Property. No items of personal property, including plastic or inflatable pools, carriages, strollers, velocipedes, bicycles, exercise equipment or surfboards and the like shall be left or allowed to stand or be stored in or on the common areas. Articles of any kind left in any of the common areas or common elements will be removed at the owner's risk and expense at the direction of the Board pursuant to Chapter 514A, Hawaii Revised Statutes. 14. Waterbeds. No waterbeds shall be permitted in the second story of any apartment building. This will be a major infraction if violated. 15. Signs. Except as provided in the Declaration, no apartment owner will erect, affix or place any signs, electrical or otherwise, not post or suffer to be posted any bills or other advertising matter, in front of or on the common elements or visible from any point outside of his apartment. 16. Landscaping. No apartment owner shall change the existing common area landscaping by pulling out or destroying any plant, grass or shrub nor by planting any other plant, grass or shrub. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 8 of 22 IV. RULES FOR THE POOL AND RECREATION CENTER. 1. Showers shall be taken before entering the pool. 2. All suntan oil, dirt and other such materials must be removed before entering the pool. 3. Occupants may use the pool between the hours of 8:00 AM and 10:00 PM or such other times as specified by the Board. 4. We strongly recommend that children under 12 years of age be under the poolside supervision of a responsible adult. 5. Persons having open sores and wounds are not allowed in the pool. 6. Swim caps must be worn by all persons swimming in the pool with shoulder length hair or longer. 7. Spitting and blowing one's nose in the pool and pool area are strictly prohibited. 8. Smoking in the fenced pool area is prohibited. 9. Use of cell phones, except in an emergency, is prohibited in the pool area. 10. Running, jumping off walls into pool, horseplay, playing of games, such as "tag" or "Marco Polo" is not permitted in the pool or adjacent area. Yelling and loud noise is strictly prohibited. 11. Splashing of water, other than that accompanying normal swimming is not permitted. 12. Snack food and beverages in colored/tinted plastic containers are permitted in the pool and recreation areas. Absolutely no glass or clear plastic containers of any kind will be permitted in the pool or recreation areas. Floats and rafts shall not be permitted in the pool or adjacent areas with the exception that plastic inflatable floatation safety devices or exercise belts or vests are permitted. “No one shall operate a noise making device, such as a radio or cassette player, without the use of personal headphones.” 13. The introduction of sand, rock or other foreign matter into the pool by anyone, which could result in pool pump malfunction, will result in immediate eviction from the pool or its adjacent area. The expense to The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 9 of 22 repair any damage or cleanup costs caused shall be charged to the owner causing the damage. 14. An owner/tenant must accompany and be responsible for the conduct of any guest in the pool area. 15. Owners, tenants and registered guests cannot loan pool keys to off- premises non-residents. 16. Owners, tenants and registered guests must be at the pool with off- premises non-residents. 17. All persons shall comply with the reasonable requests of the Manager/Managing Agent in respect to matters of personal conduct in and about the pool and adjacent area. 18. No animals are allowed in the pool or around the pool area; provided, however visually impaired persons may use guide dogs as defined in Chapter 515, Hawaii Revised Statutes, hearing impaired persons may use signal dogs as defined in Chapter 515, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and physically impaired persons may use service animals as defined in Chapter 515, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as reasonably necessary to enjoyment of the Project.. 19. Bathers must dry themselves before entering other portions of the recreation building. 20. The Board shall adopt rules and regulations for the use of the other parts of the recreation center. The Board may charge fees or require a deposit for the use of the center or equipment in the center. 21. Anyone violating the above rules may be asked by the Manager/Managing Agent to leave the pool or adjacent area, and upon any such request such person shall peaceably leave the pool and/or any adjacent area. V. RULES FOR THE TENNIS COURT(S). 1. Owners, tenants and registered guest cannot loan tennis court keys to off-premises non-residents. 2. Owners, tenants and registered guests must be at the tennis court with off-premises non-residents. 3. Proper tennis attire suggested at all times. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 10 of 22 4. Only non-marring tennis shoes (no slippers) will be permitted on the tennis court(s). No street shoes or equipment that will scratch, gouge or mar the playing surface is permitted. 5. The tennis court(s) may be used for playing tennis only. No radios, tape players, frisbees, skateboards, roller skates, etc., are allowed on the court(s). 6. Practice against walls and fences within the court(s) is prohibited. 7. Children under the age of 12 shall not use the tennis court(s) unless accompanied by a responsible adult resident. 8. All persons using the tennis court(s) do so at their own risk. 9. Pets shall not be allowed on or in the court areas; provided, however visually impaired persons may use guide dogs as defined in Chapter 515, Hawaii Revised Statutes, hearing impaired persons may use signal dogs as defined in Chapter 515, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and physically impaired persons may use service animals as defined in Chapter 515, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as reasonably necessary to enjoyment of the Project.. 10. Snack food and beverages in colored/tinted plastic containers are permitted in the tennis court area. Absolutely no glass or clear plastic containers of any nature or kind will be permitted. At the completion of playing time, the players shall inspect and clean the court(s), close and lock the gates. 11. The manager may close Court(s) for maintenance work required. VI. VEHICLE AND PARKING REGULATIONS. 1. Only vehicles that are legally registered, have current Hawaii safety sticker, and have proper parking tags issued by The Masters will be allowed on property. 2. Spaces Reserved. Each apartment owner has the exclusive right to use his appurtenant parking space(s) and occupants must not use any other reserved parking space at any time without prior written permission from the owner who has the right to use such other stall. "Only residents, tenants, or guests of owners residing on property can occupy owner or guest parking stalls." 7 3. Recreation & Loading Areas. Parking at Recreation areas is for use of recreation area users only. No overnight parking is permitted at Recreation area parking lots. No vehicles may be parked or left unattended at any loading areas, or in the driveways. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 11 of 22 4. Tenants Parking. The apartment owner/tenant shall advise the Manager in writing of the type of vehicle and license number being used by all occupants. The apartment owner shall be responsible for said notification. 5. Workmen and Deliveries. When workmen are performing work on an apartment or if any occupant orders deliveries of any kind, the occupant shall advise them to use his parking stall or park on the street or temporarily use a visitor/guest parking space. 6. Method of Parking. Vehicles shall be centered in parking spaces so as to prevent crowding of adjacent spaces and/or blocking of passages. Only one vehicle per stall 7. Guest Parking and Guest Parking Stalls. It is the responsibility of the owners/tenants to inform their guest(s) not to park in vacant spaces, other than those marked guest parking, unless written permission has been granted. Guests who will be staying more than one night must obtain a temporary parking tag from the Masters office. Temporary tags will be limited to 30 days of use. 8. Violations. Violators of parking regulations are subject to fines and may have their vehicles towed away at their own expense. If the violator is a lessee, tenant or guest of an owner, the owner shall be held responsible for payment of the towing charge. The fine schedule is as follows: A. 1st Notice of Violation - Warning (No Fine) B. 2nd Notice of Violation - $25.00 Fine C. 3rd Notice of Violation - $100.00 Fine and towing at owners expense. D. Each subsequent Violation - $100.00 Fine and towing at owners expense. 9. Washing vehicles, etc. Designated vehicle wash areas are next to the trash enclosures. Occupants washing, cleaning, or polishing vehicles on the premises shall clean the area thoroughly before leaving. Vehicle washing must be performed in such a manner as to minimize water spillage. Do not leave vehicles unattended. The Board may authorize additional vehicle wash areas. Disposal of oil or other petroleum products or other substances, which could be considered hazardous materials under any state or federal law is prohibited at the Project. 10. Repairs, Storage. Extensive repairs of a Motor Vehicle or other equipment and storage of property shall not be permitted in driveways or parking stalls nor on any of the common elements. No boats or trailers shall occupy a parking stall at any time, nor shall any truck exceeding one half ton capacity. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 12 of 22 11. Parking Stall Maintenance. Owners are responsible for the cleanliness of their respective parking stalls, including the removal of any grease build-up. No personal items, such as lumber, furniture or crates, shall be permitted in parking stalls. 12. Extra vehicle(s). Owners/Tenants shall be allowed a maximum of two vehicles registered at The Masters per apartment. E and F unit owners are permitted three vehicles. Guest stalls are open for owner/tenant vehicles that are properly registered. No vehicle may be stored in any guest stall for a period in excess of thirty (30) days. Owners/Tenants must use their assigned parking stall(s) first for any stored vehicle. 13. Motor Driven Cycles. No motorcycles, mopeds or similar motor driven cycles shall be allowed, stored or operated on the premises. However, the Board of Directors passed a policy at the March 1, 2007 meeting allowing these vehicles to access the storage area behind our office. A complete set of rules is available in our office. Please note #4 states that "Ingress and egress is only allowed through the chain link gate on Puu Anoano Street. At no time will any motorcycle be allowed to enter or exit our main gates and at no time will any motorcycle be allowed to drive on our roadways." 8 14. Golf Carts. 9 A. All golf carts must be registered with the Masters. B. Drivers of golf carts must possess a valid driver’s license and be at least 18 years of age. C. Golf Carts shall be subject to a monthly surcharge of $10.00 payable with the monthly maintenance fee. D. Golf carts may be charged at either recreation center. E. Where practically possible, owners will be allowed to install, at owner’s expense, an electrical outlet near their parking stall, providing a licensed electrician performs the work and the owner properly fills out a request form. F. Golf carts may be parked in any stall along with an automobile as long as there is no negative impact on ingress or egress with adjacent stalls. G. An owner may exchange his/her assigned stall with a guest stall on a "temporary" basis. The assigned stall shall be repainted as a "guest" stall. This "temporary" basis will remain in effect as long as the owner owns his/her unit or decides to switch back to their original assigned stall. H. No advertising signs of any nature will be allowed on golf carts. I. Golf carts are not to be driven on any grass areas. All golf carts are to use the main gate for entering and exiting the property. J. When owners are off Island, if necessary, the owner may store a golf cart behind our office on a space available basis. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 13 of 22 K. Only carts that have operating lights will be allowed to be driven in the dark. L. The Masters prohibits all gas powered “golf carts” or gas powered “gold cart like vehicles” on the Masters property. 10 VII. NOISE AND NUISANCES. 1. No nuisances shall be allowed on any premises nor shall any use or practice be allowed which is improper or offensive or in violation of the By-Laws or these House Rules or which unreasonably interferes with or is an unreasonable annoyance to the peaceful possession or proper use of the premises by other apartment owners or occupants, as determined by the Board. 2. All occupants shall avoid excessive unreasonable noise of any kind at any time and shall consider the welfare of other occupants of adjacent apartments at all times. Occupants shall not cause or permit any unreasonably disturbing noise or objectionable odors to emanate from their respective apartments. The Board or Managing Agent, upon written complaint filed by an owner shall investigate excessive unreasonable noise and objectionable odors, and take any necessary action to alleviate them. 3. Occupant shall hold front doors so as to avoid slamming due to the wind. 4. No non-AOAO workmen will be allowed on the premises before 8:00 AM or after 7:00 PM, Monday through Saturday; on Sundays or major holidays, except in emergency [effective 1/06/2001]. 5. Noise making instruments such as Radios, TV's, hi-fi’s, must be played in compliance with these Rules and at reduced volume after 10:00 PM (11:00 PM on Fridays and Saturdays) and before 7:00 AM or such other times as prescribed by the Board. 6. Air conditioners must be repaired and maintained to avoid unreasonable or excessive noise, particularly during the hours of darkness. The Board shall investigate all complaints made under this section and shall determine the validity of such complaints. 7. Unreasonably excessive noise other than isolated occurrences should be reported to the Manager/Managing Agent for appropriate action. 8. Effective June 1, 2014 11 smoking of a tobacco products or electronic devices including but not limited to cigarettes, cigars, pipes, vapor, marijuana, and any other legal or illegal product that emits the same (collectively the “tobacco products”), by any employee or vendor is hereby prohibited property-wide at the Masters at Kaanapali Hillside, except behind the office in accordance with The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 14 of 22 employee/vendor policies. Subject to the foregoing, the smoking of any tobacco products by any individual (other than an employee or vendor) which offends or the emissions of any smoke, odors, vapors or fumes from such tobacco products, which offends, another owner or resident on any part of the Masters property, whether it is a common element, limited common element or in their unit, will be considered an interference with and an unreasonable disturbance of another owner or resident’s contractual right of enjoyment and will be subject to fines as set forth below. Should there be a complaint from an affected resident, management will immediately notify the offender in writing. The offender will have one opportunity to correct his or her behavior or emissions resulting from such behavior. If the Manager is not satisfied that the offender complied, or if the offender commits another act of smoking tobacco products, or of permitting emissions of smoke, vapors, fumes or odors from tobacco products, which offends a resident, then the Manager will implement the following fines: First Offense: Written Warning Second Offense: $1 00.00 fine Third Offense: $250.00 fine Fourth Offense: $500.00 fine All subsequent offenses will result in additional $1,000 fines with no ceiling. All fines, if unpaid within 30 days of the notification, will result in a lien against the unit. Any violators who fail to pay the fines are responsible for all attorney fees and filing fees before any lease of a lien. As with any fine, the violator has the right to appeal to the Board of Directors. This is covered in our current rules: Appeals Process For House Rules Violations: Any Owner/Tenant receiving a House Rules violation or find may appeal the violation/fine in writing to the Site Manager within 10 days of the violation. The Site Manager will give the appeal letter to the House Rules Committee for their review and judgment. A final judgment letter will be issued to the appealing Owner/Tenant within 30 days. Adopted this day, March 13, 2014. Unanimously by the Board of Directors, the Masters at Kaanapali Hillside VIII. BUILDING MODIFICATIONS. 1. Owners must submit to the site manager plans for any construction or demolition that will be performed on their unit and all plans must be approved by the Board of Directors or its designee(s) prior to the commencement of work. This will be a major infraction if violated. Evidence of required building permits The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 15 of 22 and insurance coverage must also be submitted with the plans. Any storage of construction materials or demolition debris must be within the apartment. No storage is permitted on the lanai or common areas. The owner is responsible for removal of all debris from the property. Placement of debris in Association dumpsters is prohibited. Dumpsters are permitted on the property, other than common AOAO designated dumpsters, with placement approved by the Site Manager. In accordance with Section VII of the House Rules regarding Noise and Nuisances, no excessive noise or objectionable odors may emanate from the apartment or work area. All work must be completed within sixty days of commencement, unless an extension has been granted by the Board of Directors or its designee(s). 2. No signs, signals or lettering shall be inscribed or exposed on any part of any building, nor shall anything be projected out of any window or off any lanai except as specifically provided in these rules. 3. No projections shall extend through any door or window opening beyond the exterior face of the building, except that an air conditioner may be installed in the space designed for such installation with the prior approval of the Board. 4. Draperies, blinds or other window or glass coverings utilized at the project must be white or off-white in color. Such appropriate window coverings must be in place in occupied units. 5. No alteration or addition of any kind or character to an apartment which is visible from the exterior of the apartment nor any alteration or addition to the common elements except in compliance with the attached Antenna Policy may be made without the prior approval of the Board and compliance with approval process and procedures adopted by the Board. 6. Before any apartment is modified or altered in a manner that requires the prior approval of the Board, the apartment owner shall submit a written request to the Board together with such plans and specification as shall be required or appropriate. If the Board approves the request, then the owner, depending on the nature of the modification or alteration, must obtain at his/her/its expense the approval of the Association, the Kaanapali Beach Resort Residential Design Standards Committee, the County of Maui and the State of Hawaii. The Board and the Association may charge a reasonable fee to process the request and to pay the fees for any consultant engaged to assist the Board or Association. 7. None of the provisions of the Project documents are intended to be in contravention of the State or Federal Fair Housing Act. The Board will at all times comply with the provisions of the Fair Housing Acts when acting upon requests by handicapped persons to make reasonable modifications at their cost, The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 16 of 22 to apartments and/or common elements of the Project if the proposed modifications are necessary for their full use and enjoyment of the Project. The Board will also comply with the provisions of the Fair Housing Acts when acting upon requests by handicapped persons for exemptions from any of the provisions of the Project documents which would interfere with said handicapped persons’ equal opportunity to use and/or enjoy their apartments and/or the common elements of the Project. 8. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of screen doors, a copy of which is available from the office. Only the approved doors may be installed. Unapproved installations will be removed upon the written request of the Association. 9. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of gutters, a copy of which is available from the office. Only the approved gutters may be installed. Unapproved installations will be removed upon the written request of the Association. Aluminum gutters were added and plastic gutters eliminated at the November 4, 2006 BOD meeting.12 10. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of sun shades, including motorized shades, a copy of which is available from the office. Only the approved shades may be installed. Unapproved installations will be removed upon the written request of the Association. 13 11. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of lanai enclosures / wind breaks, a copy of which is available from the office. Only the approved enclosures / wind breaks may be installed. Unapproved installations will be removed upon the written request of the Association. 12. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of air conditioners, a copy of which is available from the office. Only the approved air conditioners may be installed. Unapproved installations will be removed upon the written request of the Association. 13. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of additional exterior lighting for the lanai area, a copy of which is available from the office. Only the approved lighting may be installed. Unapproved installations will be removed upon the written request of the Association. 14. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of ceiling fans for the lanai area, a copy of which is available from the office. Only the approved fans may be installed. Unapproved installations will be removed upon the written request of the Association. 15. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of whole house water filters, a copy of which is available from the office. Only the The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 17 of 22 approved filters may be installed. Unapproved installations will be removed upon the written request of the Association. 16. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of additional skylights. 1. We hereby rescind all previous skylight policies and replace with this one. 2. Any owner who previously cut a hole and added a new skylight will pay for the new skylight that we install during our roofing project. (This was part of the old policy approved July 12, 2008) 3. The Masters at Kaanapali Hillside installed new roofs and new skylights in 2010-2011. All skylights belong to the AOAO as a common element. No owner may change an existing skylight. No owner may install a new skylight in a new opening. The Masters will not allow any new holes or new openings through the new roofs. 4. No owner, no owner's guest, no owner's tenant, and no owner's employee may climb on the roof to clean a skylight. 14 17. The Board of Directors had adopted standards for the installation of an entry door keyless locking system. It is model#DL2700, oil rub bronze 1C. The homeowner is responsible for all related costs of installation. 15 18. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of charging stations for electric vehicles pursuant to SB 2231, a copy of which is available in the office. 16 IX. AGENTS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE ASSOCIATION. 1. The maintenance agents or employees will use every effort to supervise and clean the grounds effectively. Nonetheless, these employees are not available on a 24-hour daily basis, and much of their work time must be devoted to maintenance and repair, etc. Accordingly, and in the common interest, every occupant is to do his part and to use his influence on all members of his household to do their part to place rubbish or trash in the proper receptacles, and to properly use and maintain the common areas and common elements. 2. Maintenance agents or employees of the Association are under the direction of the Manager/Managing Agent; and during the prescribed hours of work they shall in no case be diverted to the private business or employment of any occupant. No occupant has any right or power to request or order any agent or employee of the Association to do or refrain from doing anything. Only the Board or its designees have such rights. 3. No agent or employee shall be asked by an owner or occupant to leave the common elements. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 18 of 22 4. Cleaning of individually owned apartments, including all windows and lanais, is a responsibility of the respective apartment occupants. X. GOLF HAZARD AREA. The condominium map shows a golf hazard area along a portion of the Project along the adjoining golf course. Any entry or use of this area is at the user/occupant's own risk. No person shall place any furniture, appliance or similar item in the golf course hazard area. XI. HAZARDS. 1. Unless the Board gives advance written consent in each and every instance, occupants shall not use any illumination other than electric lights or battery powered lights or candles, or use or permit to be brought into the buildings any flammable oils or fluids such as gasoline, kerosene, naphtha or benzene, charcoal fire starter, or explosives or other articles deemed extra hazardous to life, limb or property; provided, however, that any hazardous substances brought onto the Property must be stored properly so as to avoid risk of injury or any violation of any state or federal rule or regulation relating thereto . 2. No activity shall be engaged in and no substance shall be introduced into or manufactured within any building which might result in the cancellation of insurance or increase in the insurance rate on the buildings on the premises (unless in case of such increase, the apartment owner responsible for such increase shall pay the same and the Board consents thereto). 3. The Board shall regulate vehicular and pedestrian use of the common areas and roads, including establishment of speed limits, placement of traffic control signs and other notice type signs and devices, and use of road bumps. XII. GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS. 1. Furniture owned by the Association and placed in common areas is for use in those specific areas and must not be moved therefrom. 2. No commercial solicitation or canvassing will be allowed in any building or on the common areas at any time. Solicitation of proxies or distribution of materials relating to Association matters is permitted by owners on the common elements provided such solicitation occurs at a reasonable time, place and manner. 3. Occupants shall file their name, address and phone number and signature with the Manager/Managing Agent upon purchasing and/or taking occupancy of an apartment. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 19 of 22 4. Each apartment owner shall observe and perform these House Rules and ensure that his lessees, tenants, licensees and invitee also observe and perform these House Rules. Apartment owners will be responsible for their lessees' or guests' observance of all House Rules as set forth herein. In the event expenses are incurred by the Association due to violations of these House Rules by lessees, guests or licensees, the owner shall be responsible for payment of the same, including reasonable attorneys' fees. 5. Advance notice must be given to the Manager when household goods or large items of furniture are to be moved in order that the common areas can be protected and proper scheduling can be maintained. 6. Each apartment owner shall at all times keep his apartment in a strictly clean and sanitary condition, and will observe, perform and abide by all laws, ordinances, rules and regulations now or hereafter made by any governmental authority and all restrictions, covenants, conditions and provisions of the Declaration and amendments to it, and all By-Laws, rules, regulations, agreements, decisions and determinations duly made by the Association during the period that the same are applicable to the premises or use thereof. No apartment owner will litter any common elements and any litter deposited by any owner, lessee, occupant or guest shall immediately be cleaned up by the person responsible for such litter. 7. Private Parties 17 1. Any Homeowner interested in having a "Private Party" on common elements must fill out a request form for approval by the Site Manager. On this form will be a waiver indemnifying the AOAO which the Homeowner must sign. 2. The Homeowner is responsible for setting up the designated area and is responsible for cleaning up the area. At no time is an AOAO employee while "on the clock" to be utilized in any capacity unless the Site Manager, for safety reasons, deems it necessary. 3. The Site Manager has the right to not allow a "private" party if he or she feels that it will impede on the rights of other Homeowners. 8. The Masters prohibits "Bird Feeders'· of any kind on our property, including Lanais. 18 9. The Masters prohibits Bird Feeding on any kind, including the throwing of food, hand feeding of food, or leaving food unattended for the birds to find. 19 The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 20 of 22 XIII. VIOLATIONS OF ASSOCIATION RULES. 1. Reporting Violations and Damages: a. All corrective actions regarding violations of these House Rules and damages to the common elements or common areas will be enforced by the Board and should be reported promptly to the Manager, Managing Agent, or Board of Directors. b. Damages to the common elements or common areas shall be surveyed by the Board and the cost of repair or replacement and any legal fees incurred may be assessed by the Board against the person or persons responsible, including, but not limited to, against owners or occupants for damages caused directly or indirectly by their guests. 2. Violation of any rules adopted by the Association of Apartment Owners shall give the Board of Directors or its agents the right to impose fines in accordance with the following schedule of fines. All fines are cumulative for pending violations. a. Minor Violation: 1. First violation of any rule, if there is no physical damage, will result in a written warning with no fine. Violations that result in physical damage will be considered a major violation. 2. If the violation, for which the warning was issued (per item 1), is not rectified within 7 days, then the violation will be considered a second violation and subject to fines as described in item 3 below. 3. Any other rule violation that occurs during a pending violation will be considered an additional violation and fineable as specified below. 2nd Violation or 7 days from initial written notice - $100.00 fine 3rd Violation or 14 days from initial written notice - $250.00 fine. 4th Violation or 28 days from initial written notice - $500.00 fine. 5th Violation or 42 days from initial written notice - $1,000.00 fine. Each subsequent 14 days with non-compliance will result in an additional $1,000.00 fine. 4. Any minor rule violation that is subsequent to a violation in respect of which an individual had received a written warning and is beyond the timeline for the fines listed in section XIII.2.a.3 shall be considered a repeated violation and fineable as specified below: 20 1st Repeated Violation - $100.00 fine (1st fine) 2nd Repeated Violation or when not corrected within 7 days from 1st fine - $250.00 fine The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 21 of 22 3rd Repeated Violation or when not corrected within 14 days from 1st fine - $500.00 fine 4th Repeated Violation or when not corrected within 28 days from 1st fine - $1,000.00 fine Each subsequent 14 days with non-compliance will result in an additional $1,000.00 fine b. Major Violation: (Section III.10 Barbecuing, Section III.14 Waterbeds, Section VIII.1 Building Modifications, Physical Damage) 1. First Violation $1000.00 fine. 2. Subsequent violation (occurring more than 14 days after the first written notice) of same infraction $1,500.00 fine. 3. Each subsequent 14 day period with no compliance of the same infraction will result in an additional $1,500.00 fine. c. Violation of By-Laws prohibiting short-term rental of less than 30 days: 1. First violation automatic $2,500.00 fine. 2. Subsequent violations automatic $2,500.00 fine. 3. Appeals Process for House Rules Violations: Any Owner/Tenant receiving a House Rules violation or fine may appeal the violation/fine in writing to the Site Manager within 10 days of the violation. The Site Manager will give the appeal letter to the House Rules Committee for their review and judgment. A final judgment letter will be issued to the appealing Owner/Tenant within 30 days. XIV. ANTENNA POLICY. The Board of Directors has adopted standards for the installation of exterior direct broadcast satellite antennas, multi-point distribution system (“wireless cable”) antennas, and over-the-air broadcast antennas, a copy of which is available from the office. Unapproved installations will be removed upon the written request of the Association. XV. INCONSISTENCY. If any portion of these House Rules conflicts with or contradicts any provision of the Declaration or By-Laws of The Masters of Kaanapali Hillside, Condominium project, as amended from time to time, then the provisions of the Declaration or By-Laws, as applicable, shall control. The Masters At Kaanapali Hillside - House Rules and Regulations Revised March 3, 2016 Page 22 of 22 XVI. AMENDMENTS. These House Rules may be amended by a vote of a majority of the Board of Directors at a meeting duly called for the purpose of amending these House Rules and held in the manner provided in the By-Laws of the Association. XVII. ADOPTION. The Board of Directors, pursuant to Section 1, Article X of the By-Laws hereby adopts the foregoing Rules and Regulations (House Rules) as the Rules and Regulations House Rules of the Association of Apartment Owners of The Masters at Kaanapali Hillside, condominium project this 7th day of November 2003. These Rules and Regulations shall become effective on said date (except at noted) and shall supersede and replace all previous Rules and Regulations in effect prior to said date. This amended version includes all changes made by the Board of Directors at various meetings of the Board since November 7, 2003 up to and including the Board of Directors meeting held on March 3, 2016.21 1 Novemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) meeting, we change the language to reflect current law 2 Adopted March 7, 2009 (The intention is to eliminate the dollar amount so it is whatever the AOAO deductible is at the time.) 3 Adopted Novemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Adopted March 13, 2008 5 Adopted March 13, 2008 6 Adopted Octob(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Adopted July 14, 2007 8 Adopted March 1, 2007 several restrictions. The office has a copy of said restrictions. 9 Adopted Novemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Letter “L” adopted July 16, 2011 11 Adopted arch 13 2014 by unanimous vote of the Board of Directors 12 At the November 4, 2006 meeting, aluminum gutters were added in plastic gutters eliminated 13 Added motorized shades Novemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Adopted Novemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Adopted March 1, 2007 16 Adopted Novemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Adopted March 15, 2008 18 Adopted Of July 16, 2011 19 Adopted March 8, 2012 20 Adopted March 3, 2016 21 Date range of adoptions END OF DOCUMENT


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