Association Documents

Martin's Point Homeowners' Association, Inc. was incorporated in May 1982 and development began soon thereafter.  The community was carefully planned and  developed with an eye for the natural beauty of the land and surrounding waters.
All homeowners are members of the Association


Some of the Purposes and Powers of the Association are to:

  • Provide for the administration, maintenance and management of the community and facilities according to the governing documents
  • To exercise all of the powers and privileges and to perform the duties and obligations of the association
  • To fix, levy, collect and enforce payment of all charges, assessments or common expenses; to pay all expenses incidental to the conduct and business of the association
  • To have and to exercise any and all powers, rights and privileges which a corporation organized under the nonprofit corporation laws of the State of North Carolina may have

All owners are automatically members of the association upon acquiring title to property in the community.  

As such, the association members abide by a number of governing documents, which are important to the ongoing management of the community.

Articles of Incorporation
Declaration of Covenants
Bylaws (amended)
Non-Compliance Procedure and Protocol

Interested in a little more historical
information about Martin's Point?

Want to read up on the background, development, and even treasure
hunting legends?  Then delve into "Martins Point History", an article by
Richard Cobb, Real Estate Editor, published in
The Virginian Pilot & Ledger Star on March 28, 1982.  

Original Martin's Point Entrance and Sun Realty Sales Office, 1982