Impose reasonable fines which shall constitute a lien

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Impose reasonable fines which shall constitute a lien upon the property after notice and a hearing in accordance with Section 11-113 of the Act, as it may be amended. Each day of a continuing violation may be considered a separate violation. (b) To suspend an Unit Owner's rights to use the common elements and to vote after notice and a hearing in accordance with Section 11-113 ofthe Act, as it may be amended, and specifically including, but not limited to, the suspension of parking privileges in the common elements due to the non-payment of assessments or other obligations due the Council. (c) To enter the unit in which, or as to which, such violation or breach exists and sunllllarily to abate and remove, at the expense of the defaulting Unit Owner, any structure, thing or condition that may exist therein contrary to the intent and meaning of the provisions hereof, and the Board of Directors shall not thereby be deemed guilty in any mamler of trespass. (d) To enjoin, abate or remedy by appropriate legal proceedings, either at law pr in equity/ the continuance of any such breach. (e) To tow vehicles parked in violation of the parking restrictions (including the non- payment of assessments for Unit Owners and others residing in the Unit of a delinquent Unit Owner) set out in these Bylaws, subject to any govenllllental restrictions. Nothing herein contained shall be construed to limit the Council's right to any other additional remedies at law or equity available to it to enforce the Declaration, the Bylaws or the Rules and Regulations ofthe Council. The remedy contained herein shall be construed as cumulative of the Council's other rights of enforcement at law or in equity or any other remedies available to the Council. Section 4. Procedure. The Board or its designated committee shall not impose a fine, suspend voting, or infringe upon any other rights of a member or other occupant for violation of the Declaration, the Bylaws or the Rules and Regulations unless and until the procedures of Section 11-113 of the Act, as it may be amended, are followed. The failure of the Council to enforce a provision of tlus Section, the Declaration, the Bylaws or the Rules and Regulations on any occasion is not a waiver of the right to enforce the provision on any other occasion. Section 5. Leasing Requirements. Units may be rented only in their entirety; no fi'action or pOltion may be rented. No subletting of units by tenants will be pennitted. No transient tenants may be accommodated therein. All Unit Owners interested in leasing their units shall enter into written leases for a tenn of no less than six (6) months. Any Unit Owner who leases his or her Ulut must, no later than five (5) business days after the signing of the lease, give written notice of such lease and supply a copy of such executed lease to the Board or its designee, and provide the Board with such general informati'ln about the lessee as the Board lllay reasonably require. The Unit Owner must make available to the tenant copies of the Declaration, the Bylaws and the Rules and Regulations.
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