Landlords and Tenants

A number of the owners at Talltree South have decided to rent their units. This section highlights a few of the responsibilities of landlords and tenants.
Landlords must make their tenants aware of all rules and regulations of the Association before they move in. This includes, but is not limited to, providing them with the most recent copy of the Handbook and making them aware of this website.

Landlords must file a copy of their lease agreement with the Association office. The lease must include the following addendum:

"Lessee hereby acknowledges that he has read and understands the Fairfax Heritage X (TallTree South) Amended Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, and Board Resolutions. Lessee agrees to abide by above documents and other rules regulations, and resolutions promulgated by the TallTree South Association or Board of Directors. Failure to abide will constitute a breach of this lease and will be cause for eviction."

Landlords must register their tenants with the Association. Tenant registration forms are available from the Association office. The Association must be provided with the names and contact information for all people living in the unit.

Just think: If there were a fire, we would need to make sure that everyone got out.

A form must be submitted when there is a change in tenants, an address or phone number change for you, or a change in agents who may be managing your property. Change notices are available from the Association office.

If you are a landlord, you must provide your current address and daytime and evening telephone numbers and cell phone numbers to the Association to ensure that all notices from the Association reach you directly and that you can be reached in case of emergency.

Non-receipt of an invoice or payment coupon does not relieve you of the obligation to pay an assessment or charge by the due date.

Things You Should Know

Condominium Fees

The condominium fees, also known as condominium assessments, are your share of the cost of the common expenses: the repair, replacement, and maintenance of what are known as the "common elements" and payment of common utilities and Talltree South's share of the costs of the swimming pool. The "common elements" include the external grounds and parking lots, and the shared portions of the buildings such as the roofs and hallways. The condominium documents include a complete, legal definition of the common elements. A budget is prepared yearly and is provided to each unit owner.

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