Rules and Regulations, Declaration, and Bylaws


Please note that the Declaration and Bylaws have been amended. The amendments are not included on this site but they are available on request.

Rules and Regulations REVISED AND RESTATED November 13, 2013
For purposes of these rules and regulations the term “unit owner” shall include any tenant of the unit owner.

Unit owners are prohibited from making any changes to the exterior of their units or the common area without written permission of the Board of Directors. View the Approved Exterior Information sheet.
If a unit is rented, a copy of the lease must be submitted to the Board of Directors by the unit owner. Leases must be in writing, may not be for a term of less than twelve (12) months and must provide that the tenant is required to comply with and is subject to the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of North Shore at Canton, Inc.
When a unit is for sale, only two (2) “For Sale” signs are permitted: one in the front and one in the back of the unit. Each sign must be the smallest allowed by the Board of Realtors (approximately 28” x 20”). The signs must be affixed flush to the balcony railing or window grill.
Parking is prohibited on the Common Elements except that unit owners and guests may park on the parking pads of their units or parallel to their garages.
The three (3) parking spaces in front of Unit #2319-6 are reserved exclusively for the use of unit owners’ guest who may use those spaces for a maximum of 24 hours.
Any vehicle parked in one of those three spaces must display a North Shore guest hang tag. Unit owners are prohibited from parking their own vehicles in those spaces and are prohibited from using guest hang tags on their vehicles.
Any vehicle parked in violation of these regulations may be towed without warning or notice.
Unit owners are required to complete and update annually a Unit Owner Information Form with the following information:
home, work and cell phone numbers
email addresses
Pets must be on a leash at all times. Unit owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. Dogs are permitted to relieve themselves only in the Designated Dog Areas that are attached to and incorporated in these Rules and Regulations.
Any unit owner who violates any provision of the Declaration, Bylaws or Rules and Regulations of North Shore of Canton, Inc. and who commits a similar violation after receipt of a Cease an Desist Notice from the Board of Directors may be fined up to a maximum of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) per violation. In the case of a continuing violation, any unit owner who fails to abate such a violation within 10 days of receipt of a Cease and Desist Notice from the Board of Directors may be fined up to a maximum of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) per day until such continuing violation has been abated.