Our Articles of Incorporation were filed with The Office of the Secretary of the State of South Carolina .
In addition, all of our Governing Documents of Myrtle Beach Golf & Yacht Club Home Owners’ Association
have been filed and recorded as Horry County Official Public Records.
  Filed Documents  
  Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions  
  By-Laws Original 01/30/1985  
  By-Laws Amended & Recorded 10/07/96  
  By-Laws Current Recorded 12/12/2018  
  Rules and Regulations  
  Associated Condo Information Documents  
  Night Heron Association Condo Rules  
  Condo Management Contacts  
  Information 2018 South Carolina Legislation on Homeowners Associations  
  Overview of New SC Laws  
  SCHA Act - South Carolina Homeowners Association Act  
  DCA Act - Department of Consumer Affairs Services for Homeowners and Homeowners Association Act  
  Disclosure Act - New Seller Disclosure Requirement  

As a homeowner in our association, you have certain rights - and responsibilities.


You have the right to....

  • A responsive and competent community association.
  • Honest, fair, and respectful treatment by community leaders and administrators.
  • Attend meetings, serve on committees, and run for election.
  • Access appropriate association records.
  • Prudent financial management of fees and other assessments.
  • Live in a community where the property is maintained according to established standards.
  • Fair treatment regarding financial and other association obligations, including
  • The opportunity to discuss payment plans and options before the association takes any legal action
  • The right to appeal decisions.
  • Receive all the rules and regulations governing the community association
  • These should be received prior to purchase and settlement, then upon joining the community.

You also have the responsibility to ....

  • Maintain your property according to established standards.
  • Treat association leaders with honesty and respect.
  • Read and comply with rules and regulations of the community and ensure that your tenants and guest do too.
  • Vote in community elections and on other issues.
  • Pay association assessments and charges on time.
  • Contact association leaders or administrators, if necessary, to discuss financial obligations and alternative payment arrangements.
  • Request reconsideration of material decisions that personally affect you.
  • Provide your current contact information to the association so you will receive all information from the community.