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Community Resolutions

Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions 

Restrictive covenants are deed restrictions typically found in a Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. Declarations including restrictive covenants are normally drafted and put in place by the original developer. Amendments may be made by the appropriate action of a portion of the owners. Restrictions may vary in type and scope from community to community. When restrictive covenants are recorded in a declaration, they bind all property owners. Even though a purchaser may not read the declaration, the purchaser is bound by the covenants because they are in his/her “chain of title” and attach to the property. As a result, each owner has constructive knowledge of the restrictive covenants and actual knowledge becomes irrelevant.

WildWing Covenants recorded.pdfWildWing Covenants 1st amendment recorded.pdfWildwing Covenants 2nd Amendment recorded.pdfWildwing Covenants 3rd Amendment recorded.pdfWildwing Covenants 4th Amendment recorded.pdf
Fee Resolution 

 Special Districts are authorized by title 32 of the Colorado Revised Statutes to use a number of methods to raise revenues for capital needs and general operations costs. These methods, subject to the limitations imposed by section 20 of article X of the Colorado constitution, include issuing debt, levying taxes, and imposing fees and charges

 WWMD - Fee Resolution


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