Residents are a family, and entitled to the peaceful enjoyment of their home and property. Resident rights to utilize common areas must be consistent with the family nature of the household.
- Bedroom doors must not have locks, except the manager in residence, living in a private room, may have a lockable door.
- Access to bedrooms may be limited to the room’s residents.
- Access to areas of the home permitted to some residents must be permitted to all residents, with exceptions for designated office and confidential records location as noted elsewhere.
- An office for administrative activities and records storage may be maintained in the home, may be locked, and may be off limits to residents except with permission.
- Businesses unrelated to or inconsistent with the private residential character of the home may not be operated on the home’s premises.