Q: What are my voting rights in the condominium association? A: Each Unit (land parcel) is assigned one (1) full, indivisible vote. Each Enlarged Unit is assigned the same number of votes as the size classification of the Unit. Examples: 1 ½ Units = 1 ½ Votes, 2 ¼ Units = 2 ¼ Votes.Q: What restrictions exist in the condominium documents on my right to use my unit? A: There are restrictions regarding boundaries, easements, additions, alterations, storage, fences, vehicle parking, etc. This is an age-restricted community (55+). No commercial activity is allowed.Q: What restrictions exist in the condominium document on the leasing of my unit? A: Owners may lease unit only with the approval of the Board. The Board has the authority to terminate leases in the event of violations of the Condominium documents by a tenant or guest. Owners may not occupy the unit during a lease term. No subleasing is allowed. One pet per home is allowed with restrictions.Q: How much are my assessments to the condominium association for my unit type and when are they due? A: Assessments for the calendar year 2021 are $108 per Unit and are due on the first day of each month and late after the 15th day of each month. Assessments for enlarged Units are $108 multiplied times the Unit Size Classification. Example: For a 1 ½ - sized Unit, the assessment is 1.5 x $108 for a total of $162 per month.Q: Do I have to be a member in any other association? If so, what is the name of the association and what are my voting rights in this association? Also, how much are my assessments? A: There are no associations other than Brookside Bluff Condominium Association, Inc.Q: Am I required to pay rent or land use fees for recreational or other commonly used facilities? If so, how much am I obligated to pay annually? A: NoQ: Is the condominium association or other mandatory membership association involved in any court cases in which it may face liability in excess of $100,000? If so, identify each such case. A: No Note: THE STATEMENTS CONTAINED HEREIN ARE ONLY SUMMARY IN NATURE. A PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER SHOULD REFER TO ALL REFERENCES, EXHIBITS HERETO, THE SALES CONTRACT, AND THE CONDOMINIUM DOCUMENTS. This document is provided in accordance with Florida Statute 718.504 of the Condominium Act.