The unmanned aircraft rules apply to any type of unmanned aircraft including drones, either with or without cameras. It governs the use by all homeowners and their family members, tenants, guests and invitees.
A homeowner or current occupant of a home can fly an unmanned aircraft over their own lot.
A homeowner or current occupant of a home must not fly an unmanned aircraft over any other lot without the written consent of the homeowner.
An unmanned aircraft must not fly over common areas except for the purpose of marketing a lot, the community, home for sale or lease.
Unmanned aircraft may not operate over any persons not directly participating in the operation.
All unmanned aircrafts including drones must be operated in accordance with federal, state and local regulations.
An operator of an unmanned aircraft is not permitted to take photos and/or videos of any person without that person’s prior written consent
No party is allowed to operate an unmanned aircraft in any manner that constitutes a danger to persons or property, that constitutes a nuisance, or that harasses, annoys, or disturbs the quiet enjoyment of another person, including without limitation, another homeowner or their family members, lessees, guests or invitees.
Any party operating an unmanned aircraft within the Indian Shoals Landing community assumes all risks and liabilities associated with such activity, including but not limited to liability for injuries to themselves and others, damage to property, claims of invasion of privacy, nuisance, harassment, etc.
Any party operating an unmanned aircraft within the Indian Shoals Landing community indemnify the Indian Shoals Landing HOA (including its board of directors, officers and other representatives) against any claims that may be asserted against them on account of the unmanned aircraft operator’s activities (including but not limited to reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs)
Violation of any of the rules above may be subject to fines. Any resident or community member observing an infraction of any of these rules shall contact the community manager with a picture of the incident and the unmanned aircraft operator’s address. If the board is in agreement with such a complaint, the homeowner of the unmanned aircraft operator’s home will receive a written notice of the violation.