|Landmark Estates Homeowners Association
Information about our Association
What are we?
Landmark Estates Homeowners, Inc. is incorporated as a "Not-For-Profit Florida Corporation", under laws of the
state of Florida, and in compliance with the requirements of Chapter 617, Florida statutes. By being incorporated a
member is not, as such, personally liable for any act, debt, liability or obligation of the corporation. A member may
become liable to the corporation for dues, assessments or fees, as provided by the bylaws fo the corporation set forth
according to Florida statutes.
Who are we?
All owners and renters are eligible for membership in the Landmark Estates Homeowners, Inc. Association. Each
membership is for a calendar year, January 1 thru December 31 and is due prior to the date of record, usually the end of
February, before the Annual Meeting. Membership is required to vote at the Annual Meeting. New owners can
become members anytime during the year after purchase of their new home. Members are also eligible to attend all
social functions. The Association Board of Directors and Relations Committee are the liasons between homeowners
and the landowners, Providence by Hometown America. The Association represents all homeowners as a collective
State law and administrative/regulatory regulations require that each unit can cast only one vote and under Florida law,
joint ownership does not allow multiple voting, as each unit counts as one vote.
* All owners are eligible for regular membership.
* All non-owner residents are eligible for associate membership.
* All renters are eligible for social membership.
* All regular members are eligible to run for the board.
* All regular and associate members (residents whose name is not on the house title)
are entitled to vote on internal Association matters, i.e., the budget.
* Only regular members or their proxies are entitled to vote on external Association
matters which include the election of the board or vote on the filing of petitions,
complaints, appeals or requests to the courts or regulatory bodies.
A quorum, either in person or by proxy, of a majority of the regular membership is needed at our Annual Meeting, held
the second Wednesday of March, in order to conduct the annual business of the association, specifically the election of
the Board of Directors. All regular members, homeowners, must have a Certificate of Ownership on file with the
Association to vote at the Annual Meeting.