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  • 1. BLOOMINGDALE SUBDIVISION HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION
  • 2. OUTLINE• LAWS – Mga Bala-od mahitungod sa katukuran sa Bloomingdal Homeowners Association
  • 3. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9904 Magna Carta For Homeowners and Homeowners Association• Usa lamang ka Association matag Subdivision• Gikinahanglang Ipa-rehistro-: HLURB (SEC or CDA Optional)• Inig bayad sa mga balayronon, i-sumite ang ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION ngadto Regional Office sa HLURB• Notaryado gayud ang AoA shall be Notarized, ug adunay incorporators ng DILI MO-MENOS UG 5 ug DILI POD MO-LAPAS UG 15 ka mga Tawo (Natural persons).
  • 4. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9904 Magna Carta For Homeowners and Homeowners Association• Notaryadong kauyunan nga ma-usab ang pangalan sa HOA kun aduna kini kapareha nga na rehistradong HOA.• Information Sheet• Listahan sa mga Miembro sa mao nga Association uban ilang mga pirma• Sertipiko saCertification of Existence/Absence of HOA within the Subdivision, name & Address of nearest HOA• Authorization by the incorporators for the Representative to make a follow-up at the HLURB• Approved Subdivision/Development Plan
  • 5. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9904 Magna Carta For Homeowners and Homeowners Association• Certificate of Registration is issued once approved• Fail to comply the requirements within 60 days from receipt, APPLICATION is DENIED• Only one HOA per Subdivision. If there are two or more HOA, HLURB will settle.
  • 6. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9904 Magna Carta For Homeowners and Homeowners Association• DECLARATION OF POLICY: Ang GOBYERNO 1) Nag-ila sa Katungod sa Tawo nga mo-tukod ug HOA 2) Nag-ila ug Nagpa-dayag sa KATUNGOD ug GIMBUHATON sa mga TAG-IYA sa BALAY isip mga lumulupyo nga sakop sa usa ka Komunidad ug sa HOA; 3) Mo-abag aron mapatuman ang mga gimbuhaton sa HOA diha sa pag-serbisyo sa PANGINAHANGLANON ug KATUYUAN sa KOMUNIDAD/SUBDIVISION 4) Mo-ayuda sa lokal nga pangagamhanan diha sa paghatag ug serbisyo ug pagpatuman sa mga lokal ug nasudnong balaodnon, dekreto o kaha uban pa.
  • 7. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9904 Magna Carta For Homeowners and Homeowners Association• Importanteng Definition – Mga Kahulugan 1) Accounting Period – Fiscal or Calendar Year 2) Adjudicatory Mechanism – for one or more HOA 3) Approved Subdivision Plan 4) Member of the Association 5) Basic Community Services and Facilities – Both for members and non-members 6) Board of Director/Trustees – Primary authority to manage the association 7) Common Expense
  • 8. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9904 Magna Carta For Homeowners and Homeowners Association• Importanteng Definition – Mga Kahulugan 8) Contiguous Area – 2 or more phases with shared infrastructures 9) Delinquent or member not in good standing 10) Election Protest 11) Homeowner – An owner or purchaser 12) Intra-Association Dispute 13) Inter-Association Dispute 14) Lessee 15) Simple majority – 50% plus one as majority & quorum
  • 9. HOMEOWNERSHIP• Commencement (Pagsugod) – Owning and Purchasing• Termination (Pag-undang) – Conveyance through Sale, Assignment or Donation or any other legal transfer of ownership.• EFFECT – Authorizes the HOA to deny homeowners rights to the transferree.
  • 10. RIGHT OF EVERY HOMEOWNER (KATUNGOD SA MATAG HOMEOWNER)Every homeowner has the right to enjoy the basic community services and facilities provided that the homeowner pays the necessary fees and other pertinent charges. (Ang matag homeowner adunay KATUNGOD nga motagamtam sa tanang batakang serbisyo sa komunidad apan gikinhanglan pagabayran niya ang mga gikinahanglanong balayronon ug uban pang gipahamtang)
  • 11. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF HOMEOWNERS (TULUBAGON UG RESPONSIBILIDAD) Every homeowner must pay the necessary fees, charges pertaining to basic community services, and other special assessments such as but not limited to construction bond and stickers. (Ang matag homeowner gikinhanglan magbayad sa mga gikinahanglanongbalayronon, ubang gipahamtang mahitungod sa mga batakang serbisyongpangkomunidad, ug uban pang espesyal ngamga assessment susama sa mga construction
  • 12. QUALIFICATIONS OF A MEMBER [KWALIPIKASYON SA USA KA MIEMBRO]1) Every homeowner.2) A lessee of a member under a contract with a term of at least one (1) year upon procurement of a written consent/authorization from the owner of the lot/housing unit. Until the written consent or authorization is revoked in writing, the owner of the lot/housing unit is deemed to have waived the rights of an association member except the right to inspect association books and records.3) A lessee of a homeowner under a contract with a term of at least one (1) year may qualify to be a member and shall have the rights of a member upon complying with the requirements of membership under the by-laws and the law.
  • 13. RIGHTS OF A MEMBER [KATUNGOD SA USA KA MIEMBRO]1) AVAIL, ENJOY and USE of services and common areas;2) INSPECT association books and records and to be PROVIDED WITH annual reports, including financial statements;3) Participate, vote and be eligible for any elective or appointive office of the association;4) Demand and promptly receive deposits required by the association as soon as the condition for the deposit has been complied with or the period has expired;5) Participate in association meetings, elections and referenda, as long as bona fide membership subsists; and,6) Enjoy other rights as provided in the by-laws.
  • 14. DUTIES OF A MEMBER [TULUBAGON SA USA KA MIEMBRO]1) To pay membership fees, dues and special assessments;2) To attend meetings of the association; and,3) To support and participate in projects and activities of the association.
  • 15. DELINQUENT MEMBERS [MASUPAKONG MIEMBRO]Unless otherwise provided in the bylaws, a member who has failed to pay three (3) cumulative monthly dues or membership fees, or other charges/assessment despite demands by the association, or has repeatedly violated the association’s by-laws and/or declared policies, may be declared delinquent by the Board of Directors in accordance with the procedure in the succeeding section.
  • 16. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION1) Full association name;2) Specific purpose or purposes for association.3) Complete office address;4) Term of existence of the association not exceeding fifty (50) years;5) Names, nationalities and residences of the incorporators;6) Number of directors or trustees, not be less than five (5) nor more than fifteen (15) directors or trustees;7) Names, nationalities and residences of directors or trustees;8) Amount of capital and contributors, of the incorporators; and,9) Such other matters not inconsistent with law and which the incorporators may deem necessary and convenient.
  • 17. RIGHTS AND POWERS OF THE ASSOCIATION [KATUNGOD UG KAGAHUMAN SA HoA]1) With the approval of the majority of the members, adopt and amend the articles of association and by-laws, rules and regulations.2) In behalf of its members, institute, defend, or intervene in litigation and/or administrative proceedings3) Regulate the use, maintenance, repair, replacement and modification of common areas and cause additional improvements4) Regulate access to, or passage through the subdivision/village roads for purposes of preserving privacy, tranquility, internal security, safety and traffic order: Provided, that: [1] public consultations are held; [existing laws and regulations are met; [3] the authority of the concerned government agencies or units are obtained; and, [4] the appropriate and necessary memoranda of agreement are executed among the concerned parties;
  • 18. RIGHTS AND POWERS OF THE ASSOCIATION [KATUNGOD UG KAGAHUMANother employees,5) Hire, discharge or contract managing agents and SA HoA] agents and independent contractors;6) With and the approval of a simple majority, acquire, hold, encumber and convey in its own name any right, title to or interest in real or personal property7) Ensure the availability of quality water services at a reasonable price;8) Upon consultation, grant easements, leases, concessions and authority to use common areas and petition for or consent to the vacation of streets and alleys: Provided, that the said grant of easements, leases, concessions and authority shall not be applicable to access roads, main interconnecting roads, alleys and sidewalks within the subdivision;9) Impose or collect reasonable fees for the use of open spaces, facilities, and services of the association to defray necessary operational expenses;
  • 19. RIGHTS AND POWERS OF THE ASSOCIATION [KATUNGOD UG KAGAHUMAN SA HoA]10)Cause compliance with regard to height regulations, easements, use of homes, buildings, edifices, or structures that may be built within the subdivision, in accordance with the National Building Code, zoning laws, HLURB rules and regulations, existing local ordinances, and existing deeds of restriction;11)With the approval of a simple majority of the association members, allow the establishment of certain institutions such as, but not limited to, schools, hospitals, markets, grocery stores and other similar establishments that will necessarily affect the character of the subdivision/village in terms of traffic generation, and/or opening the area to outsiders which may result in the loss of privacy, security, safety, and tranquility to its residents, in accordance with the National Building Code, zoning laws, existing local ordinances, HLURB rules and regulations, and existing jurisprudence: Provided, That such prior approval shall not be necessary for the establishment of sari-sari stores, home industries and similar small-scale business enterprises within the
  • 20. RIGHTS AND POWERS OF THE ASSOCIATION [KATUNGOD UG KAGAHUMAN SA HoA]12)Suspend privileges of and services to and/or Impose sanctions upon its members for violations and/or noncompliance with the associations bylaws, rules and regulations;13)Petition for the creation of a separate barangay, independently or together with neighboring subdivisions: Provided, that all the requirements of the Local Government Code of 1991 are met; and,14)Exercise any other powers conferred by the by-laws and the HLURB necessary for the governance and operation of the association.
  • 21. COMPOSITION OF THE BOARDUnless otherwise provided inthe by-laws, the board shall be composed of at least five (5)but not more than fifteen (15) elected members of the association.
  • 22. ASSOCIATION OFFICERSUnless otherwise provided in the bylaws, anassociation shall have the following executive officers who shall be responsible for the management of the association’s business:president, vice president, secretary, treasurer and auditor. The board may create other management positions in the association as may be necessary.
  • 23. QUALIFICATIONS OF OFFICERS1) Must be legal age;2) Must be a member in good standing;3) Must be an actual resident of the subdivision, housing or relocation project for at least six (6) months as certified by the association secretary or in default thereof, by a member having personal knowledge thereof; and,4) Has not been convicted by final judgment of an offense involving moral turpitude.• The legitimate spouse of a member may be a candidate in lieu of the member.
  • 24. DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE BOARD1) Regularly maintain an accounting system using generally accepted accounting principles, and keep books of accounts, which shall be open for inspection to any homeowner and duly authorized representatives of government agencies upon request, during reasonable hours on business days;2) Collect reasonable fees, dues and assessments that may be provided for in the by-laws and approved by a majority of the members;
  • 25. DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE BOARD3) Collect reasonable charges for assessments, and after due notice and hearing by the board in accordance with the procedures as provided in the by-laws, and rules and regulations adopted by the board, charge reasonable fines for late payments and for violation of the by-laws, rules, and regulations of the association, in accordance with a previously established schedule adopted by the board and furnished to the homeowners;4) Propose measures to raise funds and the utilization of such funds and submit the same for consideration of the members of the association; and,
  • 26. DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE BOARD5) Undergo a free orientation by the HLURB or any other competent agency deputized by it on how to conduct meetings, preparation of minutes, handling of accounts, laws and pertinent rules and regulations within thirty (30) days after election or appointment.6) Discharge the duties and responsibilities provided for in the associations by-laws; and,7) Exercise such other powers as may be necessary and proper in accordance with this Act and for the accomplishment of the purposes for which the association was organized.
  • 27. RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LGU1) Associations are encouraged to cooperate with LGUs2) Where the LGUs lack resources to provide for basic services, the associations shall endeavor to tap the means to provide for the same. In recognition of the associations’ efforts to assist the LGUs in providing such basic services, association dues and income derived from rentals of their facilities shall be tax-exempt: Provided, that such income and dues shall be used for the cleanliness, safety, security and other basic services needed by the members, including the maintenance of the facilities of their respective subdivisions/villages;
  • 28. RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LGU3) LGUs shall, upon due notice, hold public consultations with the members of the affected associations, through their officers and directors, where proposed rules, zoning and other ordinances, projects and/or programs affecting their jurisdiction and surrounding vicinity are to be implemented prior to the effectivity or implementation of such rules, zoning, ordinances, projects or programs: Provided, that in cases of zonal reclassification within the subdivision/village, the views of the simple majority of homeowners shall be obtained;
  • 29. RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LGU4) Such public consultations shall conform to the manner as specified in Rule XI, Article 54 of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act N0. 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991.
  • 30. OTHER PROVISIONS1)ELECTIONS2)ROLE OF THE HLURB3)PROHIBITED ACTS4)PENALTES