Dutch Island Development
General Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions
There are a total of 27 ‘distinct’ covenants governing the properties generally known as the Dutch Island Development (“Development”). Each of the separate documents specifies the covenants and restrictions for a specific phase of the “Development”, which are recorded in the courts of Chatham County, Georgia. A copy of the specific covenant for a homeowner’s property should be provided to them at the time of their ‘closing’ by either the closing attorney or the real estate agent involved. Copies of specific covenants can be obtained through the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Chatham County, Georgia.
Dutch Island Covenants by Phases
Governing Documents of Dutch Island Development
SUPPLEMENTAL TO STATE and CHATHAM COUNTY LAWS and REGULATORY GUIDELINES
ARTICLES of INCORPORATION
Dutch Island Resident’s Association, Inc.
(Changed in 1991 to “Dutch Island Homeowners Association, Inc.”)
Rules and Regulations
The rules and guidelines are enforced through a process of Notice! Warning! Execution! Notice is provided through the publication of these rules and guidelines on our Island Web Site and when a resident violates them, they will receive a letter reminding them of the violation and a suggestion that they review the rules and guidelines at the Island’s Web Site. [A reminder will also be published as a regular segment of the Association’s Newsletter.] Warning will be employed after an initial notice of violation and will outline the rules and guidelines and the consequence of failure to comply. Execution may include removal of privileges; removal of vehicles and/or boats through towing services; and/or legal action through local courts, which can result in fines and other court-ordered actions.