RULES OF INTERNAL PROCEDURE OF THE GARDENERS 'ASSOCIATION "TAURAS"

I. INTERNAL ORGANIZATIONAL PROCEDURES


1.1.The gardeners’ community is a part of the community that fully develops amateur horticulture, nurtures and preserves nature and the landscape. The Community is a non-profit-making public legal entity whose purpose is to exercise the general rights and obligations of gardeners in relation to the management, maintenance and use of the amateur garden area and its public facilities.
1.2. The Community shall act in accordance with the principles of solidarity, equality, democracy, mutual agreement and assistance between its members.
1.3. In its activities, the community follows the Civil Code, the Law on the Gardeners’ Association, other laws, the statutes of the association and the internal rules of the association.
1.4. The territory of an amateur garden consists of gardeners and other persons who have acquired a garden plot in the territory of an amateur garden, use plots of land owned by other or rights and common use, which were intended for the development of amateur horticulture or another spatial planning document.
1.5. In the territory of the amateur garden, land plots are formed and transformed according to the land management project or another territorial planning document in accordance with the procedure established by the Law on Territorial Planning.
1.6. Gardeners have the right of common partial ownership of objects of common use built, equipped or otherwise acquired by gardeners with common funds or joint concentrated forces: land for common use with buildings and facilities for general use (fences, gates, rest areas, beaches, forests, water bodies, etc.) ; “general engineering equipment” means water, sewerage, gas, electricity, telecommunications and display networks, land reclamation facilities, roads, bridges, bridges, pipelines and openings, electrical panels and other general engineering equipment located in common areas and premises or structures, and as well as these objects installed in the garden plots, if they are related to the operation of the engineering technical equipment of the whole amateur garden territory and if they are not the property of other persons.
1.7. Gardeners and other persons in the territory of the amateur garden must follow the internal rules of procedure established by the association and not arbitrarily regulate, change or repair the general engineering equipment, general constructions, common use premises and objects of the amateur garden territory without the permission of the community board.
1.8. Persons who acquire a plot of land in the territory of an amateur garden and do not wish to become members of the community after leaving or expelled from the community, as well as legal entities who acquire a plot of land in the territory of an amateur garden must enter into agreements with the community , procedures and prices. All services and use of common facilities shall be paid for by non-members in accordance with the accounts provided by the association in accordance with the conditions and in accordance with the procedure established in the agreement.
1.9. Persons who have acquired a garden plot in the territory of an amateur garden must notify the community within 10 days. Individuals must notify the partnership 10 days in advance and receive a certificate of settlement of obligations to the partnership before transferring their plot or part of it to another person. The certificate shall be submitted to a notary upon concluding a purchase-sale, gift or other transfer agreement of the garden plot.
1.10. The activities of the community are organized by the meeting of the members of the community and the board of the community. The Community acquires civil rights, assumes responsibilities and implements them through the Community Board

II.GENERAL REQUIREMENTS


2.1. Gardeners can only engage in activities that meet the objectives of amateur gardening – to create conditions for active recreation and living on the garden plot, to grow or produce agricultural products (fruits, berries, vegetables, flowers, beekeeping and other products), as well as to manage and use the landscape. recreation, nurture and conserve its resources.
2.2. Rest time in the community is set from 10 p.m. until 7 p.m.
2.3. Within the territory of the Community, all gardeners and members of their families must observe the rules of cultural communication and their behavior and actions must not interfere with their neighbors’ work and rest.
2.4. The speed of all vehicles on the roads of the gardeners’ association must not exceed 30 km / h.
2.5. Roads in the area of ​​the amateur garden and exits from the area of ​​the garden must be managed in such a way that, if necessary, it can be accessed by employees of fire safety, police, ambulance and other special services.
2.6. Gardeners and other persons who have caused damage to the community are liable and compensate the losses in accordance with the procedure established by law.

III.REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURES


3.1. In accordance with the procedure established by the Law on Construction, it is possible to build or reconstruct one one-apartment residential house and its appurtenances or one garden house and its appurtenances without preparing territorial planning documents, without changing the main land use purpose and without violating the legitimate interests of third parties.
3.2. Buildings on a garden plot
shall be constructed in accordance with the following requirements: 3.2.1 buildings shall be constructed at a distance of at least 3 m from the plot boundary, engineering structures (except fences) – at a distance of at least 1 m from the plot boundary, but in all cases – they shall not cause damage to the user of the neighboring plot. At a shorter distance, buildings may be constructed with the written consent of the owner of the neighboring plot and the board of the gardeners’ association;
3.2.2. the fences between the plots must comply with the fencing requirements for the insolation of neighboring plots set out in the technical building regulations. In order to build fences that do not meet these requirements, it is necessary to have the written consent of the owner of the neighboring plot.
3.2.3. it is possible to build a fence on the boundary of the plot (when the fence constructions exceed the boundary of the plot) with the written consent of the board or chairman of the neighboring plot owner or gardeners’ association (when the plot borders the common use area).
3.3. The owner of each plot must have a number affixed to the house (in the absence of the house, to another temporary structure or in another visible place).
3.4. Gardeners must protect the boundaries of their own and other plots of land.
3.5. It is prohibited to build buildings on garden plots that are intended to provide services (trade, repairs, sauna rental, etc.).

IV.PRODUCT CARE AND HANDLING REQUIREMENTS


4.1. Trees and shrubs in the territory of the amateur garden are managed and maintained by gardeners at their own discretion. It is possible to separate a garden plot from a neighboring plot in a hedge within the boundaries of these plots with the written consent of the owner of the neighboring plot, and when the plot borders the common use area – with the written consent of the gardeners’ association board. Trees and shrubs shall be planted and grown on the garden plot in accordance with the following requirements:
4.1.1. tall trees higher than 3 m are planted at a distance of at least 3 m from the boundary of the plot; in the northern part of the plot closer than 5 m from the border of the neighboring plot, such trees may be planted only with the written consent of the owner of the neighboring plot;
4.1.2. dwarf trees growing up to 3 m in height are planted at a distance of at least 2 m from the plot boundary;
4.1.3. shrubs are planted at a distance of at least 1 m from the boundary of the plot;
4.1.4. plantations may be planted at distances less than those specified in clauses 4.1.1, 4.1.2 and 4.1.3 with the written consent of the owner of the neighboring plot.
4.2. The brought manure, peat or other organic fertilizers must be stored on their garden plot and used within 2 days or isolated from the impact on the environment.


V. STORAGE AND USE OF VEHICLES


5.1.All vehicles must be kept within the boundaries of the garden plot or in specially equipped areas. 5.2. Storing vehicles on garden roads is strictly prohibited.
5.3.In the spring and autumn, when the roads are soaked, entry into the garden by trucks, tractors and other heavy machinery with a total weight exceeding 3.5 tons is strictly prohibited. Damaged roads are repaired by the owner of the garden plot to which the garden plot was transported.

VI. ANIMAL HANDLING REQUIREMENTS


6.1. The gardener has the right to keep small birds and animals if they are kept in special enclosures, strict adherence to sanitary and veterinary rules, do not pollute the environment, do not harm the environment, do not cause inconvenience to neighbors’ work and rest (do not emit unpleasant odors, make noise). The fence of fences and aviaries must be at least 4 meters from the boundary of the neighboring garden plot, unless the written consent of the owner of the neighboring plot is obtained.
6.2. It is forbidden to keep loose animals and birds in the common garden area.
6.3. Gardeners must take care of kept animals, install aviaries, nests, and do not pollute the environment.
6.4. Dogs and cats must be kept in accordance with the housing rules established in Klaipeda.

VII. WASTE MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS


7.1. Weeds and other waste uprooted on the garden plot may not be thrown on roads, paths and other common areas. They must be composted or landfilled.
7.2. Waste of inorganic origin (plastic, glass, construction waste, etc.) must be collected and placed in waste containers or landfilled;
7.3. Permanent gardeners (all year round) must enter into waste disposal agreements with waste managers for the removal of waste. Waste containers are built on their own plot.
7.4. It is forbidden to burn waste, rubbish, pruned tree branches.