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RULES AND REGULATIONS
THE GRAND AT DIAMOND BEACH
Last revised: 5/16/12
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RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATED TO YOUR RESIDENTIAL UNIT
Conduct and Use
Unit Access and Keys
Move In / Out and Deliveries
RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATED TO THE COMMON ELEMENTS AND
LIMITED COMMON ELEMENTS
RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATED TO RESIDENTIAL UNIT LEASING
ENFORCEMENT OF RULES / FINES
These Rules and Regulations (the “Rules”) have been adopted by the Board of Directors (the
“Board”) of The Grand at Diamond Beach Homeowners Association (the “Association”) under Section
6.03 of the Association By-Laws which provide:
“The Board of Directors shall be and hereby is empowered to promulgate, adopt,
amend and enforce, such Rules and Regulations as it, in its sole and absolute
discretion, deems necessary and proper to effectuate the provisions of the Master Deed
and these By-Laws including, by way of description, but not by way of limitation, those
deemed necessary and proper to ensure that Owners perform in accordance with those
covenants and restrictions imposed upon them and discharge and perform those
obligations and duties for which they are responsible for.”
These Rules apply to all homeowners, homeowner’s guests and rental guests of The Grand at
Diamond Beach (the “Condominium”). These Rules were adopted to help ensure a safe, healthy and
enjoyable environment and will be strictly enforced.
These Rules are in addition to, and not in limitation of, the provisions of the Master Deed and By-
Laws. All homeowners are responsible to ensure that they are aware of and follow all such provisions as
well as these Rules. These Rules are subject to change at any time and from time to time at the sole
discretion of the Board. In the event of any dispute under these Rules or any interpretation of these Rules,
the Board shall have the sole and absolute authority to resolve such dispute. Capitalized terms used herein
shall have the meanings assigned in the Master Deed and/or By-Laws unless defined herein.
Key Contact Information:
9601 Atlantic Avenue
Diamond Beach, NJ 08260
Phone: (609) 846-9601
Emergency/After Hours Contact Number:
Onsite Property Manager:
Mike Sgrignioli : 609-846-9601
Onsite Assistant Property Manager:
Tom Hunt: 609-846-9601
Property Management Company Contact
Shore Resort Property Management:
100 West First Avenue, 2
North Wildwood, NJ 08260
Bruce Hamlin: Owner
Annelise Bader: Account Manager
RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATED TO YOUR RESIDENTIAL UNIT
Conduct and Use
No unlawful use of any residence (a “Residential Unit”) shall be permitted by any
homeowner (“Owner”). All laws, zoning ordinances and regulations of all governmental
bodies having jurisdiction shall be observed.
The following are the recommend occupancy limitations for the Residential Units:
Residential Unit Names
1 Bedroom Unit
2 Bedroom Unit
Sunset; Lighthouse; White
Marlin; Seawatch; Sea Mist;
Sand Dollar; Sea Scape; Bay
3 Bedroom Unit
Pearl; Sunrise; Sand Castle;
If an Owner permits occupancy in excess of the above recommended occupancy levels,
and the Board, or its designee, reasonable determines that such excess has caused a
material interruption of any other Owner’s (or their permitted guests’) quiet enjoyment of
their Unit or the Common Elements, such Owner may be subject to a fines as specified in
Section V below. If the Board, or its designee, does determine that a material disruption
as described above has occurred, it shall be presumed that such disruption was caused by
excessive occupancy if an Owner did permit occupancy in excess of the above
No balcony enclosure, canopies, shutters, radio, television antenna, satellite dishes or
other items that interfere with the aesthetic presentation of the Condominium shall be
erected, displayed, shown, put in any window or installed.
No noxious or offensive activities shall be carried on, in or upon any Residential Unit nor
shall anything be done therein either willfully or negligently which may be or become an
annoyance or nuisance to the other residents in The Grand.
No exterior loudspeakers are permitted on balconies. Sound producing portable devices
(such as portable radios, portable television sets, or other mobile devices) may be utilized
but only to the extent they do not unreasonably interfere with residents’ quiet enjoyment
of a Residential Unit, the Common Elements or the Condominium.
No Owner or other occupant shall burn, chop or cut anything on, over or above The
No objects of any kind (such as, without limitation, clothes, sheets, blankets, laundry,
flags, pictures or other decorations), shall be hung or displayed: (1) on the outside or
visible from Residential Unit windows or windowsills, (2) on balcony or terrace walls or
railings of any Residential Unit, or (3) in any parking area or other Common Element.
No items of any kind may be stored on any balcony or terrace.
No waterbed shall be permitted in any Residential Unit.
No Owner shall place or store any item in any “attic” space or other space above the
gypsum board or other material constituting the ceiling of a Residential Unit. No Owner
shall enter, or permit any other person to enter, such “attic” or other space, or the roof of
No firewood, propane or other flammable gas may be stored in any Residential Unit, any
storage bin, or on any balcony or terrace.
No signs or displays of any kind (including “for rent” or “for sale” signs) shall be
displayed or installed on the exterior or within the Condominium, except for (i)
identification and directional signs constructed by the Sponsor or the Association (ii)
signs displayed by the Sponsor for sales, leasing or exhibit purposes while any
Residential Units remain unsold within the Condominium, or (iii) signs displayed within
the Commercial Unit. In the event that the Commercial Unit owner wishes to install or
erect exterior signs, the plans for such signs shall be submitted to the Board, at the
expense of the applicant, for approval, which approval shall be required prior to the
installation of such signs.
All Residential Units must be heated to the extent necessary, at a minimum of 60 degrees
Fahrenheit, to prevent damage from freezing temperatures during the months of October
through April, inclusive, regardless of whether or not occupied. Any Owner failing to so
heat a Residential Unit shall be obligated to pay a remedial assessment for the costs of
any damage caused to any portion of the Condominium due to his neglect, or if such
damage is insured by the Association from the proceeds of the insurance.
Except as expressly permitted here, no bird, reptile or animal of any kind shall be raised,
bred, or kept in any Residential Unit or anywhere else within the Condominium. Dogs,
cats and other household pets are permitted in each Residential Unit, provided that there
may be no more than two (2) such pets per Residential Unit, that such pets are not kept,
bred or maintained for any commercial purposes, that such pets are housed within the
Residential Unit, and provided the Owner abides by all applicable ordinances and Rules.
Pets are not permitted on Residential Unit balconies. All residents and their guests,
invitees, agents and others who allow or permit the pets in their charge to defecate upon
any exterior portion of the Condominium, upon any roadway within the Condominium,
shall immediately thereafter remove from such exterior portion of the Condominium, any
and all excrement left by the pet and dispose of it as soon as possible in a sanitary
fashion. All residents and their guests, invitees, agents and others shall accompany the
pet in their charge at all times, shall keep the pet on a tight leash when in common areas
(including elevators), and shall carry with them at such time any devices necessary to
remove the pet excrement, which removal shall be done immediately. Each Owner shall
be responsible for the conduct of pets, and guests.
No feeding of birds is permitted at any time.
No one is permitted to shake mops or rugs from, or throw any objects from, Residential
balconies or terraces.
No washing of balconies or terraces is permitted above parked cars. Washing of
balconies or terraces may be further restricted by building management at the direction of
Nothing shall be done or kept in any Unit or in or upon the Common Elements which
may increase the rates of insurance on the Condominium without the prior written
consent of the Board. No Owner shall permit anything to be done or kept in his Unit or
in or upon the Common Elements which may result in the cancellation of insurance on
the Condominium or the contents thereof, or which may be in violation of any law.
If an owner changes the lock on their Residential Unit, it must be mastered with the
All food deliveries must be met in the lobby. Food delivery vendors are not permitted
to walk through the building to make deliveries to Residential Units.
The Management Office must be notified of all contract work in the Condominium.
Third party access to the Condominium and/or any Residential Unit related to such work
must be coordinated through the Management Office. All contractors performing work
in any Residential Unit must present a reasonably acceptable and valid certificate of
insurance to the Management Office.
No Owner, guest or renter may give access to any unauthorized person.
Move In / Move Out Procedures and Deliveries
All moves and deliveries must be coordinated with the Management Office and
scheduled at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance.
A security deposit of $250.00 must be paid prior to entry of any delivery company.
Moves and deliveries are to be performed from the south side of the building.
Owners must provide their moving company with the building contact information that is
provided by the Management Office.
The Management Office staff will designate the elevator utilized for all deliveries.
Moves and deliveries are only allowed during specified hours. In-season (from the
Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend) typical permitted times are
Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M., and Friday
between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. Off-season times will be set at the
discretion of the Management Office.
Due to staff scheduling and, most importantly, for safety reasons, any unscheduled move
or delivery will not be permitted.
Delivery or moving trucks or other vehicles may not be left unattended at any time in
front of or near the Condominium entrance to the parking lot at the rear of the building.
In addition this area will typically not be accessible to such vehicles sue to low ceiling
Owners should plan to be on property forty-five (45) minutes prior to any scheduled
delivery in order to meet with the Management Office staff to discuss and plan the
Management cannot accept, sign for, or be held accountable for any delivery, unless
special arrangements are made with the Management Office.
Management Office staff will perform a post move/delivery inspection to determine if
any Common Elements were damaged during the move/delivery. The inspection will take
place immediately following the move/delivery. If no damage is evident the security
deposit will be returned to the Owner. If damage is present all or a portion of such
security deposit will be forfeited for the cost of any necessary repairs. If the cost to
remedy any damage exceeds the security deposit, such excess shall be the responsibility
of the Owner.
RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATED TO COMMON ELEMENTS AND LIMITED
No Residential Unit or Limited Common Element appurtenant to any Residential Unit
shall be used for any purpose other than as a private residence, except those Residential
Units utilized by the Sponsor, its affiliates or the sales or marketing agents, as sales
offices, administrative offices, or models for the Condominium. In addition all uses are
subject to the Zoning Ordinance of the Lower Township applicable to the premises.
There shall be no obstruction of the Common Elements nor shall anything be stored in or
upon the Common Elements without prior consent of the Board.
No portion of the Common Elements or other portion of the Condominium shall be used
or maintained for the dumping of rubbish or debris, except in receptacles provided or
approved by the Association. Garbage or other waste and recyclables from individual
Residential Units shall be deposited only in the appropriate designated containers located
on the property.
No owner or occupant shall build, plant or maintain any matter or thing upon, in, over or
under the General Common Elements or Limited Common Elements without the prior
written consent of the Board.
No bicycles, baby carriages, wagons or similar non-motorized vehicles or toys, nor
mopeds, motorcycles or similar motorized vehicles shall be parked or otherwise left
unattended in any General Common Element or Limited Common Element areas.
Additionally, motorized vehicles and bicycles must be stored in a designated area on the
ground level, and shall not be stored, moved or transported in any area within the
Smoking is not permitted in any General Common Element area at any time.
Quiet time is from 11PM to 7AM. This includes but is not limited to: loud music or
television, radios, vacuuming, and use of washer/dryer.
All persons should be towel-dried before entering the building.
All persons are required to wear a shirt and shoes when walking through the interior
When returning from the beach, all persons must rinse chairs and feet at the showers
provided at either of the entrances off the boardwalk.
No jumping, running or playing is allowed in any fire stairwell or walkway.
Children should be instructed not to play in the elevator.
Pets must be tightly leased when in the Common Element areas (including elevators).
Management Office staff may restrict access to residents and guests that do not adhere to
Owners and their guests are permitted access to the General Common Elements of the
Condominium subject to the following limitations:
Owners and their guests as follows:
1 Bedroom Unit: 6 people are permitted access;
2 Bedroom Unit: 8 people are permitted access; and
3 Bedroom Unit: 10 people are permitted access.
Additional guest access to General Common Elements (above the limitations specified
above) will be accommodated on an as requested basis subject to the following:
through Labor Day Weekend / $15 per person per day out-of-season;
Additional guest passes will not be issued on summer holidays (July 4th,
Memorial Day and Labor Day);
No more than four additional guest passes per Owner will be issued on any one
day in-season; and
In-season maximum additional guest passes per year is equal to the number of
Bedrooms x 10 (1 Bedroom Unit = 10; 2 Bedroom Unit = 20; 3 Bedroom Unit =
The limitations shall not apply with respect to access to the community and activity
rooms where such room or rooms is rented by Owner per the requirements specified
elsewhere in these rules.
Game Room hours of operation are 9AM to 11PM.
In order to use the pool table, you must be at least fourteen (14) years of age.
Children under the age of ten (10) must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.
Accessories should be restored to their proper place after using the pool table or video
After use, the game room should be cleaned up so that others may enjoy the facility.
All lights and equipment should be turned off after use.
Fitness Center hours of operation are 6AM to 11PM.
Fitness Center equipment is available on a first come basis. If demand for the equipment
is high, users are asked to restrict use of a single piece of equipment to no more than
thirty (30) consecutive minutes.
Use of the fitness equipment is at the risk of the user.
Children under the age of twelve (12) are not permitted in the Fitness Center and are
prohibited from using the Fitness Center equipment.
Children under the age of sixteen (16) are prohibited from using the Fitness Center
equipment without adult supervision.
The hours of operation of the Activity Room (interior second floor area adjacent to the
pool deck) and the Community Lounge (first floor near fitness center) are 8AM to 11PM.
Each of the Activity Room and the Community Lounger may be reserved by any Owner.
Please see the Community Room Reservation Policy for details.
The Pool and Spa hours of operation are 8AM – 10PM.
All persons using the pool and spa area do so at their own risk. There are no lifeguards
Every Owner, guest and rental guest must sign a Pool Pledge form.
The pool and spa areas will be closed when there is a threat of an electrical storm.
No person under the age of sixteen (16) is permitted in the pool or spa without a parent or
guardian present at all times. In addition, children under the age of ten (10) are not
permitted in the spa at any time. Parents are responsible for the safety and behavior of
their children at all times.
Pets are not permitted in the pool or spa areas.
No glass containers of any type will be permitted on the pool deck adjacent to the pool
and spa areas.
Any person may be barred from use of the pool and/or spa areas facilities by
Management Office staff for violations of the Rules.
There are speakers located in the pool area for everyone’s enjoyment. No other radios or
sound producing devises are permitted in the pool and spa areas unless accompanied by
No drinks or food are permitted immediately near or in the pool at any time.
Reserving of chairs, umbrellas or tables is prohibited. All chairs, umbrellas and tables
are available on a first come basis. Towels or other personal belongings left on chairs or
on tables will be removed by building management if the chair or table has been
unoccupied for one hour or more.
No person may remove any furniture from the pool or spa areas.
No person having any communicable disease shall be permitted to use the pools or spa.
Smoking in the pool area or any other General Common Element area is prohibited.
No running, pushing, wrestling, or horseplay in and around the pools, the spa or on the
deck will be permitted.
There will be no ball playing, frisbee throwing, skate boarding, scooter riding or roller-
skating allowed on the pool or spa deck.
The Association or its employees will not be responsible for the loss of any personal
Only bathing suits are to be worn in the pool.
Children who are not potty trained and all infants must wear proper disposable swimming
No furniture other than that provided by the Association is permitted on the pool or spa
Residents coming from the beach must shower and remove sand at the outdoor showers
adjacent to the boardwalk prior entering the pool and spa areas.
Everyone using the pool is individually responsible for following all state, county, local
and Association pool rules and regulations. A responsible adult shall supervise and be
sure that all children follow these rules and regulations.
Additional rules may be posted on signage at the entrance to each pool and the spa.
Users of these areas must abide by any such additional rules.
Hours of operation are 10AM to 8PM unless there is a property wide social function
approved by the Board.
Grilling or cooking on Residential Unit balconies or terraces is not permitted due to local
and state regulations.
After use, grills must be turned off by turning the burners to the “OFF” position.
Garage and Parking Lots
All cars must be parked within their designated spot or spots. Cars not parked in
assigned spots may be ticketed and/or towed at the vehicles owner’s expense.
All cars must park within the painted lines of their parking space and cannot extend
beyond the painted lines.
All vehicles parked in the garage must have a valid parking permit hanging from the
rear view mirror in the front windshield.
No parking is allowed in the entrance or exit lanes. Failure to comply with these
regulations may result in your car being ticketed or towed at the vehicles owner’s
For the safety of all residents, bikes and bike racks must be removed from all vehicles
parked in the garage. Residents and guests should bring tools to remove these racks with
them for this purpose.
No bike riding, skateboarding, roller-skating or ball playing is permitted in the garage
No leaving bikes parked or unattended in the parking garage or other Common Element
area is permitted. All bikes should be stored in the Owner’s Storage Unit.
There is a trash/recycle room located on each floor of the building.
All trash must be securely tied in plastic bags and placed in the trash chute. Leakage
should be checked for before carrying trash bags through Common Element Areas.
Recycling is required by law. Cans, bottles, plastic containers, cardboard and newspaper
must be separated from trash and placed in the designated container in the trash/recycling
room. Recyclables may not be discarded in plastic bags.
Large cardboard boxes must be emptied and placed in the trash/recycling room.
Cardboard boxes or other large or bulky items should not be in the trash chute.
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