The Grand at Olde Carrollwood

Records Request & Written Inquiry


Records Request

Pursuant to the Florida statutes (chapter 718), the official records of the association are open to inspection by any association member or the authorized representative of such member at all reasonable times. The right to inspect the records includes the right to make or obtain copies, at the reasonable expense, as outlined below. The association may adopt reasonable rules regarding the frequency, time, location, notice, and manner of record inspections and copying. The following rules shall apply:

The records of the association shall be made available to a unit owner within 5 working days after receipt of written request by the board or its designee.
Written requests for records must state if the records requested are to be by visual inspection or copies requested of same.
A member may not make a request for records more frequently than once per calendar month.
Protected records or information as outlined in the Florida statue is NOT available for inspection or copies.

Fees for copying of records shall be:
$5.00 retrieval fee.
$.25 per page copy fee for 30 pages or less for more than 30 pages of copying.

Adopted 1/16/2008,
Revised July 2017

Written Inquiry

Pursuant to the Florida statutes (chapter 718),the association may through its board of administration adopt reasonable rules and regulations regarding the frequency and manner of responding to unit owner inquiries, one of which may be that the association is only obligated to respond to one written inquiry per unit in any given 30-day period. In such a case, any additional inquiry or inquiries must be responded to in the subsequent 30-day period, or periods, as applicable.

Unit owners may submit a written inquiry to the association by certified mail to the association's official address:
The Grand at Olde Carrollwood Condominium Association, Inc. 10311 Club Circle
Tampa, Florida 33618

The board (or it's agent) shall respond in writing to the unit owner within 30 days of receipt of the inquiry and shall comply with the current Florida statutes regarding same.
The association is only obligated to respond to one written inquiry per unit in any given 30-day period.

Adopted September 2012
Revised July 2017