In order to be a recognized community association, the association must be a Florida corporation. To be official, the governing documents must be recorded with the Clerk of the County Court. The documents for Stoneywood Cove Community Association, Inc. (Stoneywood Cove) can be found on this page.
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Florida Statute 720
In Florida, homeowner association laws are derived from Statute 720. Commonly referred to as simply HOA laws, these encompass everything from homeowner association dues to board meetings and regulations.
The governing documents for Stoneywood Cove are below. Click on each link to see/print the document.
- Articles of Incorporation
- Articles of Incorporation – Amendment
- Bylaws – Amendment
- Declaration of Covenants
- Declaration of Covenants – Amendment I (May 2008)
- Declaration of Covenants – Amendment II (December 2015)
- Declaration of Covenants – Amendment III (September 2020)
- Declaration of Covenants – Amendment IV (May 2021)
Other governing documents including rules & regulations as well as guidelines for Stoneywood Cove are below. Click on each link to see/print the document.
- Rules and Regulations
- Insurance Certificate 2021 #1
- Insurance Certificate 2021 #2
- Insurance Certificate 2021 #3
- Insurance Certificate 2021 – All Homes
While the information provided above is believed to be correct, there is no liability for any loss or damage occurring by reason of reliance thereon.