May Tower II - General Rules and Regulations
The rules listed on this page shall be observed by all owners and any other person(s) occupying the unit with the owner's approval, including, without limitation, members of the owner's family, his tenants, guests and invitees. Any losses, costs or damages incurred by the Corporation by reason of a breach of the rules and regulations in force from time to time by any owner, or by his family, guests, servants, agents or occupants of his unit, shall be borne and/or paid for by such owner and may be recovered by the Corporation against such owner.
- No owner of any unit shall do or permit anything to be done in his unit, or bring or keep anything therein which will in any way increase the risk of fire or the fire insurance premiums on any building, or on property kept therein, and no owner shall do or permit anything to be done in his unit or obstruct or interfere with the rights of other owners, or in any way injure or annoy them, or conflict with the regulations of the City of Toronto Fire Department, or with any insurance policy carried by the Corporation or conflict with any of the rules and ordinances of the local board of health, or with any municipal by-law or any provincial or federal statute or regulation.
- Owners and their families, guests, visitors, servants and agents shall not create or permit the creation or continuance of any noise or nuisance which, in the opinion of the Board or the Manager, may or does disturb the comfort or quiet enjoyment of the units or common elements by other owners or their respective families, guests, visitors, servants and persons having business with them.
- Each residential unit shall be occupied and used only as a private single family residence and for no other purpose.
- No immoral, improper, offensive or unlawful use shall be made of any residential unit or of the Condominium property. All municipal and other zoning ordinances, laws, rules and regulations of all government regulatory agencies having jurisdiction shall be strictly observed.
- No auction sales or events to which the general public is invited shall be allowed in any unit or on the common elements.
- Each owner shall install, maintain and repair a smoke or similar fire detection device in his unit, provided that such device is approved by the Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada.
- The following rules shall apply to the installation and maintenance of any washing machine installed in a residential unit:
- each washing machine shall be equipped with nylon reinforced hoses for the supply of hot and cold water designated for at least a minimum burst pressure of 1,000 p.s.i. and a rubber compound to withstand 180 degrees Fahrenheit;
- after using any washing machine, each owner, his tenant, guest, servant or agent shall immediately turn off the taps to both the hot and cold water supply; and
- each washing machine shall be installed in such a manner so as to permit the easy and convenient shut off of tapes thereto, it being the purpose and intent of this rule to reduce or eliminate the considerable inconvenience and costs incurred as a result of flooding caused by the bursting of inadequate and poorly installed washing machine hoses.
- No owner shall permit an infestation of pests, insects, vermin or rodents to exist at any time in his residential unit or adjacent common elements. Owners shall immediately report to the Building Manager all incidents of pests, insects, vermin or rodents and all owners shall fully cooperate with the Building Manager to provide access to each residential unit for the purpose of conducting a spraying program to eliminate any incident of pests, insects, vermin or rodents within the Building.
- No awnings, shades, screens, enclosures or structures whatsoever shall be erected on any terrace without the prior written consent of the Board.
- No sign, advertisement or notice shall be inscribed, painted, affixed or placed on any part of the inside or outside of the building or common elements whatsoever without the prior written consent of the Board, unless as specifically contemplated in the declaration.
- Water shall not be left running unless in actual use.
- The water closets and other water apparatus shall not be used for purposes other than those for which they are constructed, and no sweepings, garbage, rubbish, rags or other substances shall be thrown therein. Any damage resulting to them from misuse or from unusual or unreasonable use shall be borne by the owner who has, or whose family, guests, tenants, visitors, servants or agents have caused such damage.
- Nothing shall be thrown out of windows or doors of the Building.
- Owners shall not overload existing electrical circuits in their units.
- No storage of any combustible or offensive goods, provisions or materials shall be kept in any unit or the common elements.
- No articles, fixtures or doormats shall be placed at individual doorways leading into any residential unit or in the hallways. No one shall obstruct or permit the obstruction of any entry, passageway, hallway or stairwell which is part of the common elements and any such entry, passageway, hallway or stairwell shall be used only as a means of ingress or egress to and from the building and the residential unit or some other part of the common elements. No one shall place or leave, or permit to be placed or left, anything in the corridor outside unit or in the stairwells.
- No major electrical appliances; except a stove, refrigerator, washing machine, clothes dryer, dishwasher, other common household electrical appliances, and any electrical appliances originally provided by the Declarant shall be installed or used in any unit without the prior written consent of the Board.
- No noise shall be permitted to be transmitted from one residential unit to another. If the Board of Directors determines that any noise is being transmitted to another unit and that such noise is an annoyance or a nuisance or disruptive, then the owner of such unit shall at his expense take such steps as shall be necessary to abate such noise to the satisfaction of the Board. If the owner of such residential unit fails to abate the noise, the Board shall take such steps as it deems necessary to abate the noise and the owner shall be liable to the Corporation for all expenses thereby incurred in abating the noise (including reasonable solicitor's fees).
Please do not use garbage chutes between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
- Loose garbage shall not be deposited in the garbage chutes. All garbage must first be properly bound, packaged or bagged to reduce or eliminate mess and odours within the garbage room on each level and in the disposal room at the exits from the chutes.
- Bound or bagged garbage shall be of a reasonable size to permit same to travel easily down the chute and shall not be left in the container at the opening to the chute.
- Large containers and bottles shall be left on the floor in a corner of the garbage chute room. If the size or amounts of such garbage are excessive, owners shall notify the management office and make suitable arrangements for the removal of such garbage.
- No garbage other than items mentioned in paragraphs 2 and 3 above is to be left on the floor of the garbage room.
- No burning cigarettes, cigars or other flammable material shall be put down the garbage chute.
- No garbage is to be placed in garbage chutes between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. as the resulting noise would disturb residents of certain units in the building.
Security: Controlled Access to Units
- No one shall change any lock or locks in a residential unit or the common elements or place any additional lock on any door in or to any residential unit or the common elements, without first obtaining the written approval of the Board and, if such approval is given, without first providing a key for such changes or additional lock or locks to the Corporation.
- Prior to leaving the unit for any extended period of time, each resident shall arrange to stop delivery of newspapers and any other deliveries and inform security personnel that the resident is on vacation or away from the unit for an extended period of time and that all such deliveries have been suspended. Newspapers and other items delivered to a unit and not picked up after reasonable time may be removed by the Building Manager.
- If guests are given permission to occupy a residential unit during a resident's absence, the Building Manager shall be notified in writing of the name of such guests, dates of occupancy and their automobile licence numbers. No guests will be admitted to the property nor permitted to occupy any residential unit unless such information is so provided.
- The Board of Directors shall have the authority from time to time to restrict the number of building access keys and/or access cards to unit owners and set policies regarding replacement of such keys and/or cards from time to time. Each owner shall abide by such policies, as set out by the Board of Directors from time to time.
Services provided by the Concierge Desk
- The concierge and any security staff employed by the Corporation will be instructed not to allow visitors, workmen or delivery persons entry into the building unless such entry is authorized by the appropriate resident of a residential unit and such authorization has been communicated to the concierge in the manner and format prescribed from time to time by the Board.
- The concierge is instructed to have any cars which are improperly parked on the property (including residents' vehicles) tagged and/or towed from the property.
- The concierge will be instructed by management that if a resident is not in when a parcel is delivered, to take delivery of the parcel to the parcel area and later inform the resident as soon as is reasonably convenient. The concierge is not to accept delivery of cash, registered mail, large or heavy furniture, or any thing that cannot easily be carried by one person. Any large or heavy articles such as furniture may be delivered directly to the resident's apartment through the designated moving elevator and by the delivery personnel providing a letter of authorization to this effect signed by the resident and left with the concierge together with a key to the residential unit.
- Upon moving from a residential unit, the owner or occupant vacating the premises shall surrender all of the common element keys, parking and entry cards, and any garage remote control device in his possession or control to the Building Manager and so as to enable these to be passed on to the new resident(s) of the residential unit. Purchasers or tenants acquiring a residential unit must register with the Building Manager prior to moving in date at which time arrangements will be made for delivery of the common element keys and garage remote control device if in the possession of management.
- Furniture and equipment shall be moved in or out of the building only by the elevator designated by the Building Manager for such purpose. The time and date of moving shall be predetermined by arrangements with the Building Manager.
- Owners shall ensure that their tenants strictly comply with the provisions governing the use and occupation and leasing of residential units set forth in the declaration. If an owner fails to obtain the statement and cotenant from his tenant as required pursuant to the declaration, or fails to ensure his own compliance and that of his tenants with the requirements of the Condominium Act, the declaration and the rules, any person or persons intending to reside in the residential unit and common elements shall be considered to be an unauthorized person and entry to the building or any part of the common elements including the recreational amenities may be expressly denied by the Building Manager until such person(s) and the owner have filly complied with the Act, the declaration and the rules.
- Within 20 days of ceasing to rent his residential and/or parking twit (or within 20 days of his being advised that his tenant has vacated or abandoned such unit(s), as the case may be) the owner shall notify the Building Manager in writing that the unit is no longer rented and shall be personally responsible to the Corporation for the return of any keys, identification cards, parking garage remote control device or similar means of identification or access initially provided to such tenant and for any additional costs incurred by the Corporation by reason of the owner's failure to comply with this rule.
- No animal, livestock or fowl other than a household pet as defined in the declaration shall be kept on the property and no pet that is deemed by the board or Manager to be a nuisance shall be kept by any owner in any unit or in any other part of the property.
- Any dog or cat must wear a collar with an identification of its owner.
- No dangerous animal or pet shall be permitted to be in or about any unit or the common elements at any time. No breeding of pets for sale shall be carried on in the property.
- No pet shall be permitted to make excessive noise and for the purpose of this provision “excessive noise” shall be deemed to mean noise which is annoying or disturbing to any owner, but nothing herein shall restrict the discretion of the Board or Manager.
- Unless within the confines of a residential unit, all dogs and cats shall be kept or held in hand means of a short lead, leash or chain and this provision shall be applicable to the whole of the common elements whether interior or exterior.
- No pet shall be permitted to soil or damage any part of the common elements whether by waste, excrement or otherwise, and in the event of same the owner of the pet shall make good such damage and effect the removal of any such excrement and save harmless the Corporation from any expense in connection therewith. And it is hereby declared that the minimum charge for removal of excrement from the property shall be $50 per removal chargeable against the unit owner in whose unit the pet is resident or which unit the pet is visiting.
Any owner who keeps a pet on the property or any part thereof contrary to these rules (or any of them) shall within two (2) weeks of receipt of a written notice from the Board or the Manager requesting the removal of such pet, permanently remove such pet from the property.
- Each owner, or resident, shall provide the Corporation with the licence numbers of all motor vehicles driven by residents of that particular unit. The registry of such numbers shall be used only for the conduct of Corporation business.
- Residents shall not be permitted to park their vehicles above or below grade in the visitor parking areas under any circumstances.
- All motor vehicles operated by resident or their visitors and parked in the parking garage must be registered with the Building Manager. Residents are required to properly display parking stickers or decals in their vehicles at all times.
- All moving vans and delivery vehicles are required to register with the Building Manager the following information:
- driver's name
- driver's company
- licence plate number
- name of resident and apartment for delivery
- arrival and departure time.
- No unit owner or occupant shall install, or cause or permit to be installed a garage door, or enclosure of any kind on a parking unit, nor shall any unit owner or occupant enclose, or cause or permit to be enclosed, any parking unit in any manner whatsoever.
- No motor vehicle, other than a private passenger automobile, motorcycle, station wagon or family van, shall be parked in any parking unit.
- No parking unit shall be leased to or occupied by any person other than a resident of Maytower I or Maytower II.
- Parking is prohibited in the following areas:
- fire routes
- the common interior roadway, the traffic circle, delivery and service areas
- parking spaces other than the parking units specifically designated in the declaration and according to the registered title for the owner's use.
- Drivers shall turn on the headlights when entering or driving within the parking garage area.
- In the event of the mechanical breakdown of a motor vehicle, the owner of such vehicle shall push the vehicle out of any right-of-way and notify the concierge of the breakdown and remove the motor vehicle as soon as a tow truck can be obtained.
- No repairs other than minor emergency repairs shall be made to any motor vehicle parked or left standing in any parking unit or upon the common elements.
- No car washing shall be permitted except in such area as may, at some future date, be specifically designated by the board of directors for such purpose.
- No owner shall plug in or cause to be plugged into any electrical service, any in-car or block heater.
- Except for his private passenger automobile, no owner or occupant shall store or leave in his parking unit any other object, including tires, bicycles, firewood, cans, bottles or containers.
- No owners shall lease his parking unit unless he complies with the requirements of the declaration, by-laws, rules and regulations from time to time of the Corporation.
- A motor vehicle shall not be driven on any part of the common elements at a speed in excess of the posted speed nor on any part of the common elements which has not been designated for the passage of motor vehicles.
- No owner or occupant shall place, leave, park or permit to be placed, left or parked in or upon the common elements or a parking unit any private passenger automobile which, in the opinion of the Board or the Manager, may pose a security or safety risk, either caused by its length of unattended stay, its physical condition or its potential damage to the property. Upon two (2) weeks' written notice by the Board or the Manager, the owner of such vehicle shall be required to attend to his vehicle as the circumstances require and as directed by the Board or the Manager.
- No person shall park a motor vehicle in contravention of these rules in default of which such person shall be liable to be fined or to have his motor vehicle towed from the property under City by-laws in which event the Corporation and its agents shall not be liable for any damage, costs or expenses howsoever caused in respect of any motor vehicle so removed from the property.
Mostly 7:00 am. to 11:00 p.m.
- The recreational facilities are generally open for use Mostly 7:00 am. to 11:00 p.m., except where stated (posted) otherwise.
- Pets are not allowed in the recreation centre at any time.
- The use of recreation centre or any portion thereof may be restricted during organized activities of the Corporation and/or the Shared Facilities Committee.
- Attire consistent with normal public street wear must be worn (in transit) between the residential units and the recreational facilities at all times. Cover-ups, towels, robes and swimwear are not acceptable. The change rooms have been provided for the purpose of changing into your sportswear.
- Any member of the board of directors, the Building Manager may request proof of identity from individuals using recreation centre. Similarly, proof of age may be requested from responsible parties in the case of young persons.
- In the interests of the safety, security and welfare of children and owners, children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and under the supervision and responsibility of a resident aged 18 or over, subject to the individual rules (below) for each area of the recreational facilities.
- The board of directors reserves the right to disallow, displace or disapprove of any group activity if the activity is not properly organized, the sponsors fail to assume proper responsibility, the Board has to make a decision on the availability of facilities in the light of conflicting requests, or if the activity is not consistent with the Condominium Act, the declaration, by-laws, or the rules and regulations governing the use of the facilities.
- Food and drinks are not permitted in recreation areas except in the party room, the board and meeting room. Recreation areas are at all times unsupervised and residents and their guests use them at their own risk.
Swimming Pool - Tower I
7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
AGE RESTRICTIONS APPLY
SEE RULES GOVERNING USE
A Medical Officer of Health, a Public Health Inspector under his direction, or an Officer of the Ministry of Health, may enter upon a public swimming at any reasonable time, whether the pool is open for use or not.
Pools are governed by regulations made under the Health Protection and Promotion Act 1983, as amended. Ontario Government Regulation 381/84 as amended by 0. Reg. 146/85 covering swimming pools, requires the following:
The swimming pool, having a water surface area less than 93 square metres. and being unsupervised must be posted with the following notice:
This pool is unsupervised. Bathers under 16 years of age are not allowed within the pool enclosure unless accompanied by a parent or his or her agent who is not less than 18 years of age. The total Dumber of bathers on the deck and in the pool shall not exceed 10.
Ontario Government Regulations governing swimming pools also state that:
- No person infected with a communicable disease or having open sores on his or her body shall enter the pool.
- No person shall bring a glass container onto the deck or into the pool enclosure.
- No person shall pollute the water in the swimming pool in any manner and spitting, spouting of water and blowing the nose in the pool is prohibited.
- No person shall engage in boisterous play in or about the pool.
- The maximum number of bathers permitted on the deck and in the pool at any time shall not exceed 40 persons.
- The emergency telephone is for emergency use only. Anyone using this telephone for any other purpose will be required to immediately vacate the swimming pool area and subsequent violation could result in a total ban of that person's pool privileges.
- Each bather shall take a shower using warm water and soap and thoroughly rinse off all soap before entering or re-entering the pool deck area.
Children under 24 months of age (or wearing diapers) are not allowed in the pool area at any time.
Children between the ages of 2 and 16 years, while accompanied by a responsible adult 18 years of age or older, will be permitted in the pool area at the following times ONLY:
Between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. Daily
Rules Governing Use of the Swimming Pool
7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
- The use of the swimming pool is restricted to residents of Maytower I, Maytower II and their guests. The resident (and guest) must be (a) participant(s) in the pool area and not in attendance as a spectator. There are a maximum number of two (2) guests per resident, i.e., per suite. If the number of persons in the pool exceeds the maximum allowed, then the rights of other residents will prevail and the guests will be asked to leave.
- Members are responsible to ensure that their guests are fully aware of all pool rules and regulations.
- No smoking, food or beverage is permitted in the pool area. Non-alcoholic beverages in plastic containers only are permitted only on the outdoor deck.
- Proper pool attire is required in the pool area Street shoes or clothes are not permitted in the pool area.
- Bathing caps must be worn by all persons with hair longer than shoulder length. Extensive maintenance problems exist from hair strands accumulating in the pool filtration system.
- The use of oils, lotions or creams is not permitted in the pool area.
- Radios and/or cassette players are not permitted in the pool area (except as used for organized exercise classes in the pool).
- Inflatable children's toys or floats are not permitted in the pool.
- No glass or metal containers, bundle buggies, strollers, carts, folding chairs, or any article which may restrict use or clutter the pool area or be construed as a safety or health hazard can be brought into the pool deck areas.
- No diving or jumping is allowed anywhere in the pool enclosure.
- Pool furniture is not to be removed from the deck area by other than an authorized representative of the Corporation.
- Short term usage lockers have been provided in the men's and ladies' change rooms to allow for the storage of clothing used during transit from a residential unit to the recreation area. Any lock left permanently on a locker will be removed by Property Management that evening.
- The pool is closed each day during maintenance. Swimming is not permitted during this time.
- The whirlpool and saunas are to be used according to their individual published regulations.
Indoor Whirlpool and Steam Rooms - Tower I
7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE WHIRLPOOL AND STEAM ROOMS
The high heat of the whirlpool and the steam rooms may be harmful to some people. Consult your physician regarding your health risk. The advised time limited is ten minutes total usage of all heat facilities.
- The use of the whirlpool and the steam rooms is restricted to residents and their guests (while accompanied by a resident) of Maytower I or Maytower II. The resident must be a participant in the whirlpool and not in attendance as a spectator. Maximum 2 guests per suite.
- No smoking, food or beverages allowed within the whirlpool area or in the steam rooms.
- All persons using the whirlpool or the steam rooms must have showered prior to entering the pool area.
- Bathing caps must be worn by all persons with hair longer than shoulder length.
- The use of oils, lotions or creams is not permitted in the whirlpool.
- CAUTION: Direct force of the water jets can cause injury.
THIS IS AN UNSUPERVISED AREA AND CARE MUST BE TAKEN
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK
Billiard Room (Pool Table) - Tower I
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE, UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT, ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE BILLIARDS ROOM
- Use of the billiard room is restricted to residents and their guests (but only while accompanied by a resident). Maximum 2 guests per resident.
- Two guests are permitted to play on the billiard table and the host resident must be a participant.
- Players must reserve time by entering their name and suite number on the register provided for this purpose. Playing time is 60 minutes beginning on the hour. Multiple bookings will not be accepted.
- Persons below the age of 16 years must be accompanied at all times by a resident when in the billiard room.
- No smoking, food or beverage is permitted in the billiard room.
- Upon completion of play, equipment must be returned to the Concierge Desk, unless otherwise directed by building management.
- Damage to the room or equipment can be charged to the resident listed on the billiard room register at the time the damage occurred. Each resident is responsible for the conduct of his/her guest.
- Proper use of the facilities is required at all times. Jumping balls on the billiard table is not permitted nor is sitting on the edge of the table.
Party Room with Kitchen Facilities - Towers I & II
All functions must be concluded by 1:00 a.m.
ALL FUNCTIONS MUST BE CONCLUDED BY 1:00 a.m.
RESERVATIONS BY OTHER THAN RESIDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED
- The Party Room may be reserved by a resident. Reservations by other than a resident are not permitted.
- It is understood and agreed -that according to Building regulations, the party authorized to use the facility shall not permit more than 140 persons to be in attendance at the function for which the room is rented.
- An all inclusive guest list is to be provided to the Property Management Office prior to the function.
- The contemplated use of the premises MUST be fully disclosed to the Shared Facilities Committee as a condition of, and prior to, the rental of the Party Room. It is agreed that the premises will not be used for any immoral or offensive use and, where at the sole discretion of the Board, it is determined that the requested function should more properly be held in an off-site commercial establishment, then the Corporation reserves the right to disallow the use of the Party Room.
- The Owner is responsible for full compliance with any legal or regulatory obligations and will fully indemnify and hold harmless the Corporation's, its employees and agents, from any breach thereof.
- The party member authorized to use the facility shall not permit noisy or rowdy behaviour or any illegal act in or adjacent to the Party Room or upon the common elements, nor any behaviour which may disturb the enjoyment of other residents, their families, guests, visitors, servants, and persons having business with them.
- The member agrees to ascertain any and all permits, licenses, consents that are or may be required in connection with the use of the Party Room by the member as aforesaid, and to obtain such permits, licenses and consents at his or her own expense prior to the rental date set out in the rental contract, and to have licenses, permits and consent posted or available for inspections, as maybe required.
- If alcohol is to be available in the Party Room, no person under the age of 19 is - to be allowed in the room.
- Advance notice, in writing to the Property Management Office for approval, prior to Party Room booking confirmation, is required if there is a need to bring in additional furniture/equipment or if any existing furniture is to be moved.
- The event is restricted to the Party Room and the washrooms immediately adjacent to the Party Room. All other areas of the building are off-limits to party guests. No food or drink is allowed beyond the Party Room doors.
- Door exits must be kept free from obstructions at all times.
- Residents are reminded that they are responsible for ensuring that their families, guests and visitors are familiar with these rules.
- The resident will assume full responsibility for the preservation of proper order and decorum and ensure there are no disturbances to, or disruption of the ongoing activities in the Recreation Centre, grounds and common areas.
- The resident (owner) will be responsible for Ms/her guests' behaviour. If in the opinion of the Committee or its representative, the resident cannot or will not control the behaviour of his/her guests and the situation in the Committee's opinion has deteriorated to an unsatisfactory level, the Committee or its representative on duty will have full authority to terminate the party immediately and ask all persons to leave the premises; and/or the police may be called to assist the representative in controlling the situation and/or the security deposit may be forfeited as partial compensation. It will be at the sole discretion of the Committee as to whether the security deposit will be withheld and as to whether the resident will be permitted to use the Party Room for any further occasion.
- Any damage to the Building, rounds, or room itself, caused by the resident, any members of the resident's family, or any of the residents guests by reason of or arising out of the rental and use of the Party Room will be the full responsibility of the resident, and the resident agrees to pay the costs involved in restoring any property damaged to its original condition.
- Any damage to furnishings and/or finish of rooms and/or theft or loss of the Corporation's property is the responsibility of the resident who will be assessed the costs of repairs, refinishing or replacing as determined by the Corporation in its sole discretion. The resident accepts responsibility far the use of the room in accordance with regulations governing usage of areas described, and as set out herein.
- Neither the Corporation nor the Committee is responsible for loss or damage to any personal property or for personal injury to homeowners or guests, however caused.
- Residents shall inform their guests in advance as to alternate parking areas outside of the property in the event that all Visitor Parking spaces are filled. Under no circumstances will any vehicle be allowed to park on the fire route.
- If a conflict exists between these guidelines and the Party Room Rental Agreement, the signed Party Room Rental Agreement takes precedence.
A Security Officer must be in attendance during the entire time of the function.
Arrangements will be handled by the Building Manager.
In House Activities.
The Corporation (or the Shared Facilities Committee) reserves the right to permit exclusive use of the Party Room without an agreement, deposit, or fees for activities or events of a social or recreational nature operated by the Social/Recreation Committee or other groups or clubs for the benefit of the residents of the Condominium.
Indemnity of the Corporation
Any person, persons or organizations using facilities and common element areas shall indemnify and save harmless the Corporation, its officers and employees, from any and all liability and from all claims and demands arising out of misuse of facilities, damage or injuries to person or property from any cause whatsoever in or about or in any way connected with the property and defend, at the expense of the person, persons or committee to whom any permit is issued all suits which may be brought out against the Corporation, its officers or employees, in respect of any such claim or demand and pay all the judgments, fines or penalties that may be rendered against the Corporation, its officers or employees on that account thereof.
Exercise Room - Tower I
7:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.
- With the exception of the children's playroom area adjacent to the Exercise Room in Tower I, children under the age of 12 years of age are not permitted within the Exercise Room where exercise equipment is located for health and personal safety reasons.
- Children under 14 years of age intending to use exercise equipment shall be accompanied by an adult (16 years or older) at all times.
- The exercise equipment shall be used at the user's sole risk.
Guest Suites - Tower II
PERSONS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE GUEST SUITES UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PARENT OR GUARDIAN
There are two guest suites available for the convenience and use of guests of residents of Tower land Tower II. They may be reserved up to three months in advance, but must be booked and paid for 14 days in advance of usage. A single suite ONLY may be booked by any one resident at any one time.
Guests may use the recreational facilities in Tower I and Tower II ONLY WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY THE RESIDENT.
Guests are subject to all rules and regulations of the Management. The resident is responsible for ensuring that his/her guests comply with all rules.
- The guest suites are available on a “first come” basis. Multiple bookings for the same time period, by the same resident, will be at the sole discretion of the Board.
- The rate for use of each guest suite is set by the Shared Facilities committee in order to maintain the guest suites at a break even, non-profit level. As of the date of this publication the daily rental charge for each guest suite is $75 per night's stay.
- Residents may reserve a guest suite three months in advance but must book a guest suite at least 14 days in advance of its actual usage.
- Full payment and signing of the necessary contract forms (determined and provided by the Shared Facilities Manager) must be completed 7 days in advance or the room may be considered available for other bookings.
- Residents are required to book a guest suite in person.
- A separate $250.000 refundable deposit is necessary as security for damage when booking either of the guest suites because the resident is responsible for any damage caused to the suite by the guest and can be further charged for damage costs exceeding the security deposit. An inspection of the suite by them ember, accompanied by a Management Representative or security officer, is recommended prior to the guest occupying the suite, and at the end of the guest's stay. An inspection report is provided for your convenience. The security deposit will be refunded promptly if no damage has occurred and all keys are returned.
- A guest suite key and a front door access card should be picked up from the resident or the Concierge Desk in Tower II by the member on the first day of use. Upon the guest vacating the suite, the member must ensure that the suite is locked and the keys and access card have been returned to the resident or the Concierge Desk.
- Payment is refundable for unused suites when cancelled at least 72 hours in advance of the booked date.
- Check-in time is 2:00p.m. and check-out time is 11:00a.m.
- Suites will be cleaned, and sheets and towels changed, as required in the discretion of the Property Manager.
- Problems with a guest suite are to be reported to the Property Management or the Concierge Desk.
- No provisions will be made for infants.
- Persons under the age of 18 are not allowed in the guest suites unless accompanied by their parent or guardian
- No pets are allowed in the guest suites.
- No cooking is allowed in the guest suites.
- The number of occupants in each guest suite is limited to three (3)persons.
Additional Rules and Enforcement
- In accordance with Section 29 of the Condominium Act, the Board of Directors may pass further rules respecting the use of the common elements and units or any of them to promote the safety, security or welfare of the owners and of the property or for the purpose of preventing unreasonable- interference with the use and enjoyment of the common elements and of other units. In addition, the Declarant reserves the right, prior to registration of this condominium plan, to pass further rules respecting the use of the recreational amenities.
- The rules shall be reasonable and consistent with the Act, the declaration and by-laws and the owners may at any time after a rule becomes effective amend or repeal a rule at a meeting of owners duly called for that purpose.
- The proposed declarant has a duty, until registration of the declaration and description, to effect compliance by occupiers of proposed units with the rules proposed by the declarant and every person in occupation of a proposed unit has a right to the compliance by every other occupant of a proposed unit with the rules in accordance with Section 31 of the Act.
May Tower II Bylaws
- Bylaw No. 1
General procedures, seal, board and more.
- Bylaw No. 2 - Shared Facilities Agreement.
The proportionate share of May Tower I and May Tower II is calculated by number of units. i.e. 49% May Tower I and 51% May Tower II. (261 and 271 units respectively)
- Bylaw No. 3 - Driveway Entrance Agreement.
- Bylaw No. 4 - Mediation and arbitration procedure.
Outlines the set of procedures to follow should a dispute arise, as between the Corporation and a unit owner.
- Bylaw No. 5 - Definition of a standard unit.
If repairs are needed in a unit the corporation will pay only to bring it to the standards defined by this by-law.
- Bylaw No. 6 - Amended Shared Facilities Agreement.
- Bylaw No. 7 - Occupancy Standards Bylaw.