Riverstone Homeowners Association
Terms of Use

FIRST AMENDED AND RESTATED FACILITY RENTAL POLICY RIVERSTONE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 

STATE OF TEXAS               § 

                                              § 

COUNTY OF FORT BEND § 

PURPOSE 

The purpose of this First Amended and Restated Facility Rental Policy (this “Policy”) is  to provide guidance regarding the rental and use of Riverstone facilities by Owners and  Occupants of the Riverstone community. The Board of Directors (the “Board”) of the  Riverstone Homeowners Association, Inc. (the “Association”) has determined that it is in the  best interest of the Association to establish this Policy concerning the rental and use of the 

Riverstone facilities. 

APPLICABILITY AND AUTHORITY 

The property encumbered by this Policy is the property restricted by the Declaration of  Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions for Riverstone Single Family Residential Areas,  recorded in the Official Public Records of Fort Bend County, under Clerk’s File Number  2001047889, as same has been or may be amended from time to time (the “Declaration”), and  any other property which has been or may subsequently be annexed into Riverstone and made  subject to the authority of the Association. 

Reference is made to the Declaration for all purposes, and all capitalized terms used in  this Policy have the meanings set forth in the Declaration, unless otherwise specified in this  Policy. 

The Board is authorized by the Dedicatory Instruments (as that term is defined in the  Texas Property Code) to adopt rules and policies pertaining to the governance of the Association. 

The Board previously adopted that certain Facility Rental Policy for Riverstone  Homeowners Association, Inc. (the “Original Policy”), recorded under Clerk’s File Number  2019058859 in the Official Public Records of Fort Bend County, Texas. 

Pursuant to the authority granted to the Board by the Dedicatory Instruments, the Board  hereby amends and restates the Original Policy in its entirety and replaces it with this Policy,  which runs with the land and is binding on all Owners and Lots within the Properties. This  Policy is effective upon the recording of same.  

Invalidation of any one or more of the covenants, conditions, restrictions, or provisions  contained in this Policy will in no way affect any one of the other covenants, conditions,  restrictions, or provisions of this Policy, which will remain in full force and effect. 

FACILITY RENTAL POLICY 

I. POLICY STATEMENT 

The Association is proud of its environment and facilities and is pleased to offer use and  enjoyment of The Club at Riverstone-Live Oak Ballroom, the Pavilion at The Club at  Riverstone, the Pavilion at Avalon Central Park, the Waterpark at Riverstone, the  Riverstone Boulevard Pool, the Creekstone Village Pool, and their associated facilities  (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “Facilities”) to Members and guests through  community group reservations and rentals for private events. The use of and all activities  at the Facilities should comply with the community-wide standard throughout Riverstone.  With this in mind, the Association has established this Policy governing reservations and  rentals of the Facilities in order to extend the use and enjoyment of the Facilities to  Members and their guests. 

In consideration of the privileges of reservation and rental use of the Facilities, applicants  agree on their own behalf, and on behalf of their agents, contractors, licensees, invitees,  participants, and guests, to be bound by the following Policy.  

II. PROCEDURES FOR RESERVING THE CLUB FACILITIES A. Reservations in General 

The Facilities will be available to residents on a first-come, first-served basis. In order to  rent the Facilities, the requesting resident must accurately and completely fill out and  submit a Riverstone Application & Agreement (the “Application”) online via the  Facilitron website. 

All Applications must be received at least 30 business days prior to the date of an event.  The Facilities may be reserved up to one year in advance from the date the Application  was submitted (i.e., on April 17, 2022, reservations may be accepted through April 17,  2023). Only one rental per quarter will be accepted for each Riverstone household.  Residents may not reserve additional dates until their current reservation is complete.  

All Applications are administered by and submitted to the Association, or its designated  representative, and reviewed and approved/disapproved (as applicable) by the  Association, or its designated representative. The Association will notify an applicant  within ten business days of its receipt of an Application to confirm the availability of the  Facilities for the date and times requested and will review the rental security and  associated costs. If the Association fails to notify an applicant to confirm the availability  of the Facilities, the Facilities will be deemed unavailable. Submission of an Application  prior to notification of approval from the Association does not reserve the Facilities.

 

B. Pool Party Reservations 

The Waterpark at Riverstone, the Riverstone Boulevard Pool, and the Creekstone Village  Pool (collectively, the “Pools” and individually, a “Pool”) are available for rental by  residents on a first-come, first-served basis both during and after posted pool public  hours. In order to rent the Pools, the requesting resident must accurately and completely  fill out and submit a Riverstone Rental Application & Agreement online via the  Facilitron website. Applications for the rental of the Pools will be considered by the  Association in the manner described above for the rental of the Facilities. 

Applicants are hereby advised that, while the Association is responsible for the review of  applications and for the collection of rental fees associated with the rental of the Pools, an  independent contractor selected by the Association in its sole and absolute discretion is  responsible for overseeing all Pool rentals, including, by way of illustration and not  limitation, maintaining all Pools and their surrounding areas, staffing all pool rental  functions, and enforcing all rules and policies adopted by the Association with respect to  the use of the Pools.  

III. ELIGIBILITY 

The Facilities may be reserved and rented exclusively for social use by individuals  residing in Riverstone. No events that produce revenue for personal gain will be  accepted. Applicants must (i) be 22 years of age or older, (ii) be a legal Owner or lessee  of a residential home in Riverstone, and (iii) show acceptable proof of residence in  Riverstone. All applicants are required to be Members in Good Standing as defined in the  First Amended and Restated Bylaws of the Association (for applicants who are leasing a  Riverstone property, the property Owner must be a Member in Good Standing).  

The person submitting the Application must handle all transactions, inquiries, and  changes. 

The applicant must provide the name and contact information for at least one additional  alternative individual who will serve as a contact for the reservation/rental.  

The applicant is required to be present at the rental event and available to the Association  during the entire course of the event for which the applicant made the reservation. The  privilege of rental or use of the Facilities is exclusive to the applicant. The applicant may  not sublease or assign his/her reservation to another individual, group, or organization,  nor shall the use of the Facilities be for any purpose other than that which is stated on the  submitted application.  

The Association reserves the right to deny an Application to reserve or rent the Facilities based on the applicant’s and/or the applicant’s guest/s previous rental history at the  Facilities. In addition, the Association has the sole discretion to deny an Application that is political in nature or does not fall within the purposes for which the Association was  incorporated, including political events. 

Any reservation or rental agreement is revocable by the Association at anytime. 

IV. RENTAL GUIDELINES 

A. Rental Dates & Times 

Event Starting and Ending Times for the Facilities (available for reservations

The Club at Riverstone Ballroom :

Monday - Thursday - 10:00am-10:00pm

Friday - Saturday - 10:00am-11:00pm

Sunday - 12:00pm-10:00pm

The Pavilion at the Club at Riverstone :

Monday - Sunday - 10:00am-9:00pm

The Pavilion at Avalon Central Park :

Monday - Sunday - 10:00am-9:00pm

The Waterpark at Riverstone *in alignment with the pool schedule

May - September

Tuesday - Saturday - 10:00am-12:00am

Sunday - 11:00am-11:00pm

The Riverstone Pool *in alignment with the pool schedule

May - September

Tuesday - Saturday - 10:00am-12:00am

Sunday - 11:00am-11:00pm

The Creekstone Village Pool *in alignment with the pool schedule

May - September

Tuesday - Saturday - 10:00am-12:00am

Sunday - 11:00am-11:00pm

The Facilities, including parking lots, must be promptly cleared and vacated within 30
minutes after the end of the event. In the event that the applicant fails to vacate the
Facilities at the designated time, s/he will forfeit his/her security deposit.

 

Unavailable Rental Dates: 

The Facilities are not available for rental reservations on the following dates: 

New Year’s Eve 

New Year’s Day 

Easter Weekend 

Good Friday 

Mother’s Day 

Father’s Day 

July 4th 

Memorial Day 

Labor Day 

Thanksgiving Week 

Christmas Week 

The Association, in its sole and absolute discretion, may restrict additional dates for the  rental/reservation of the Facilities. 

B. Conduct and Compliance with Applicable Laws and Deed Restrictions 

The applicant and the applicant’s agents, contractors, licensees, invitees, participants, and guests using the Facilities shall comply with the laws of the United States and the State of  Texas, and all rules and regulations, laws, and ordinances adopted by Fort Bend County,  as well as all applicable Dedicatory Instruments. The applicant and the applicant’s agents,  contractors, licensees, invitees, participants, and guests will be subject to all applicable  law enforcement penalties while present at the Facilities. 

The applicant and the applicant’s agents, contractors, licensees, invitees, participants, and  guests are required to conduct themselves in a manner which will not interfere with  Association staff and residents, or with their enjoyment of the Properties. Obnoxious,  abusive, destructive, reckless, rude, or boisterous behavior will not be tolerated. 

The applicant assumes full responsibility for the acts and omissions of all of his/her  agents, contractors, licensees, invitees, participants, and guests attending the event which  may result in a violation of any of the terms and conditions set forth in this Policy.  

The Association, in its sole and absolute discretion, has the right, but not the obligation,  to remove from the Facilities all objectionable persons. Persons visibly under the  influence of drugs or alcohol will be required to leave the Facilities and the surrounding  areas. 

C. Occupancy Limits 

The occupancy limits for the Facilities are set forth below. The occupancy of the 

Facilities may not exceed the occupancy limits below at any time.

 

The Club at Riverstone-Live Oak Ballroom : Seated 84 People // Standing 100-115 people

The Pavilion at The Club at Riverstone Seated: 24 people

The Pavilion at Avalon Central Park Seated: 48 people

The Waterpark at Riverstone : Open Hour: 25 people // After Hours : 200 people

Riverstone Boulevard Pool : Open Hour: 25 people // After Hours : 50 people

Creekstone Village Pool : Open Hour: 25 people // After Hours : 60 people

D. Parking 

The applicant and the applicant’s agents, contractors, licensees, invitees, participants, and  guests are required to drive and park motor vehicles in accordance with the applicable  laws and posted regulations. Parking is permitted only in designated areas. No street  parking or parking along the turn-in to the Facilities is permitted.  

With the exception of those events which are to be held in outdoor portions of the  Facilities, the applicant and the applicant’s agents, contractors, licensees, invitees,  participants, and guests are required to remain inside the Facilities throughout the event.  Guests will not be permitted to remain in their cars, in the parking lot, or on the streets or  sidewalks except upon arrival and departure. Guests may not cause excessive vehicle  noise or vehicle audio system noise, cause undue traffic congestion, or drive recklessly  when arriving or departing the event. 

E. Poster and Signs 

No signs of any sort may be posted throughout the Properties or at the Facilities, nor may  any advertising leaflets, papers, or written material be distributed within the Properties or  at the Facilities without the consent of the Association. 

F. Equipment 

NO OUTSIDE EQUIPMENT, including, but not limited to, personal cooking devices,  music/sound equipment, smoke machines, inflatable units, and special lighting, is  permitted within the Facilities and the surrounding premises without the prior written  consent of the Association. The Association reserves the right to prohibit outside  equipment or rental services from being brought into the Facilities if, in the Association’s

sole discretion, the equipment or services are deemed to potentially create additional risk  to the Facilities or their furnishings or are deemed to necessitate additional custodial or  staffing services. The Association reserves the right to require additional insurance  requirements (see Section S. Liability Insurance and Indemnification) for any equipment  that is brought onto the premises. 

The Association may monitor the sound level of musical or sound equipment, and the  Association reserves the right to require an applicant to reduce sound levels if, in the  discretion of the Association, such reduction is deemed necessary. Failure to reduce  sound levels upon request by the Association may result in the immediate termination of  the event and the forfeiture of the applicant’s security deposit. 

Equipment located in The Club at Riverstone-Live Oak Ballroom includes a refrigerator,  a microwave, a hot warming cabinet, an ice maker, and basic audio/visual equipment.  The Association does not guarantee that equipment will be available for every event at  The Club at Riverstone-Live Oak Ballroom. No refunds will be provided if equipment is  unavailable for use. At the termination of the event, all food must be removed from the  refrigerator and Facility, and all equipment must be left in a clean condition. No heating  equipment is allowed inside the building except for caterers’ heating devices. 

Storage of any supplies or equipment at the Facilities prior to an event or following an  event is prohibited.  

Catering services may arrive two hours prior to the event.  

G. No Smoking; Glass Containers 

There is a NO SMOKING POLICY at the Facilities. Glass containers are permitted  inside The Club at Riverstone-Live Oak Ballroom; however, glass containers are not  permitted on parking lots or at other Facilities located outdoors.  

H. Alcohol 

Subject to the provisions set forth in this Section H, the only facility where alcohol is  permitted is The Club at Riverstone-Live Oak Ballroom. To the extent applicable, the  applicant is responsible for obtaining all licenses that the Texas Alcoholic Beverage  Commission (TABC) may require for the service of alcoholic beverages in the Facilities.  The applicant must obey all state alcohol regulations and shall be responsible for fines  should those laws be violated.  

The applicant assumes responsibility for ensuring that (i) no one under the age of 21 is  served or consumes alcoholic beverages at the Facilities, (ii) no one who is intoxicated is  served alcoholic beverages at the Facilities, and (iii) any intoxicated guests are not  permitted to drive when leaving the Facilities. 

The consumption of alcoholic beverages shall be confined to the Facilities. No alcohol  may be consumed in the parking lot or in the areas surrounding the Facilities. Any event  that includes alcohol will require a uniformed officer. Refer to Section O. Event Security,  for further information.  

Alcohol may not be sold at the Facilities. 

I. Animals 

No pets are permitted on the Facilities’ premises.  

J. Decorations 

Only freestanding decorations may be used. No decorations of any type shall be attached  to the structures, ceilings, walls, or furnishings within the Facilities. NO TAPE, PINS,  STAPLES, GLITTER, CONFETTI, RICE, BIRDSEED, OR CANDLES (EXCEPT  CAKE CANDLES) SHALL BE PERMITTED inside the Facilities or anywhere on the  premises or grounds. The Association, in its sole discretion, may assess fines on  applicants who violate these regulations in accordance with the Association’s Dedicatory  Instruments (as that term is defined in the Texas Property Code).  

All table centerpieces and other decorations must meet fire and safety codes/regulations  (i.e. no open flames, except for cake candles). 

K. Table Coverings 

Table coverings must be used on any table where food, beverages, paints, markers,  crayons, or any other liquids will be used. Plastic, paper, or cloth varieties are permitted  and must be provided by the applicant. No tape or staples may be used to attach table  coverings. 

L. Clean Up 

The applicant shall return the Facilities and their furnishings, equipment, and property in  substantially the same condition as received. Before leaving the Facilities, the applicant  must (i) clear all tables and remove all decorations and personal belongings, and (ii) clean  the kitchen, if used during the event. Two (2) garbage cans with bags will be provided at  the start of the event. Applicants are responsible for disposing of all trash after each  rental.  

M. Non-Emergencies 

If additional event staff, other than staff currently working at the event, are called to the  Facilities to respond to a non-emergency that is not the fault or responsibility of the  Association (by way of illustration, but not in limitation, a pulled fire alarm with no threat of fire or damage requiring immediate attention, etc.), the applicant will be billed a  minimum of $75.00 for the first hour and $25.00 per hour thereafter for services rendered by the additional staff. 

N. Non-Conforming Events 

Events that do not conform to the community-wide standard (as determined in the sole  discretion of the Association) or the requirements and standards stated herein, and any  violations by the applicant and the applicant’s agents, contractors, licensees, invitees,  participants, and guests will result in the immediate cancellation or termination of the  event and the forfeiture of the rental amount and security deposit. No exceptions will be  made.  

O. Event Security 

The Association has the right to require uniformed security officers for any and all  events. 

Costs for security, as determined by the Association, will be included and/or added  to the Facilities rental cost. All fees are due at time of reservation. Failure to make  payment at time of reservation will result in the termination of the event and the  forfeiture of the security deposit. 

Security officers will have full authority to enforce the provisions of this Policy and any  and all laws, rules, regulations, and deed restrictions applicable to the Facilities. 

Security officers will be scheduled by the Association and will be in attendance for the  full duration of the event at the Facilities, which duration will begin a minimum of 30  minutes prior to commencement of the event and will end 30 minutes after the conclusion  of the event. This requirement may be modified at the discretion of the Board. 

Standard Security Guidelines: 

Any event serving alcohol with less than 50 guests in attendance will be  required to have a minimum of one uniformed security officer. 

Any event serving alcohol with 50 or more guests in attendance will be  required to have a minimum of two uniformed security officers. 

The Association reserves the right to require additional security officers, paid for by the  applicant, if, in the sole discretion of the Association, it is deemed that there is an  additional security need based on factors such as, by way of illustration and not in  limitation, the size of the group, the average age of the group, the nature of the event and  activities, the hours and duration of the event, the presence of live entertainment at the  event, and past experience with a group.

If uniformed law enforcement officers are called out due to a disturbance, the applicant  will be charged for the extra officers at a law enforcement officer rate equal to one and  one-half times their hourly rate. 

P. Additional Requirements for Youth 

Parties for children under 8 years of age require one person 18 years of age or older for  every 5 children under 8 years of age. Such individuals aged 18 or older must be present  throughout the duration of the event, including set up and clean up. Failure to comply  with this requirement shall result in the termination of the event and the forfeiture of the  security deposit. 

Q. Personal Property 

The Association is not responsible for any loss of, or damage to personal property placed  in or at the Facilities or on the Facilities grounds by the applicant or the applicant’s  agents, contractors, licensees, invitees, participants, and guests. Furthermore, the  Association is hereby released and discharged from any and all liability for the loss,  injury, or damage to persons or property that may be sustained arising out of the use of  the Facilities and its grounds, or by security services. 

After the expiration of the rental time/agreement, or after the termination or cancellation  of the event by the Association or the applicant, the Association reserves the right to  remove from the Facilities all personal property remaining thereon and to store or dispose  of same where and however it sees fit at the cost of the applicant. The Association shall  not be liable in any way to the applicant, to participants, or to guests on account of the  removal, storage, or disposal of such personal property. 

R. Cancellations, Damages, and Security Deposits 

Payment for Rental & Security Deposits 

Payments for both rental fees and security deposits must be made online via the Facilitron  website at the time of acceptance of the Application by the Association. All fees are due  immediately to secure the reservation date. Rental fees charged for hours that the  Facilities were not used and the security deposit are non-refundable. 

If the proposed event is to include activities which, in the discretion of the Association,  create additional risk to the Facilities or to the Facilities’ furnishings, or which necessitate  additional custodial services, the Association is authorized to require additional amounts  for the security deposit as the Association deems commensurate with the additional risk  or services required. 

Purpose and Use of Security Deposits 

The security deposit may be used to repair, replace, or compensate for any property of the Association which is damaged or missing as a result of use of the Facilities by the  applicant and the applicant’s agents, contractors, licensees, invitees, participants, and  guests or shall be used to compensate for the minimum number of hours of rental and  personnel costs established on the fee schedules if the applicant does not show or the  event is terminated due to violations of this Policy or of the laws, ordinances, rules,  regulations and deed restrictions applicable to the applicant. An additional charge will be  billed to the applicant if damages or staff emergency response exceed the security  deposit. 

 

For rentals of The Club at Riverstone-Live Oak Ballroom, the applicant must arrive 30  minutes prior to the event to complete the initial section of the Riverstone Pre/Post  Inspection Checklist (the “Checklist”) with an Association representative, such Checklist  attached hereto as Exhibit “A” and incorporated herein for all purposes. The applicant  must also complete the Checklist at the conclusion of the event with the Association  representative. The Checklist is used to ensure clarity regarding the condition of The  Club at Riverstone-Live Oak Ballroom before and after the event.  

The applicant must leave the Facilities in substantially the same condition as found upon  arrival. The applicant assumes liability for the cost of repairing damage or loss to  Association property caused by the applicant or the applicant’s agents, contractors,  licensees, invitees, participants, and guests, and agrees to reimburse the Association for  all costs which may be incurred in excess of the damage/security deposit for the repair,  replacement, or payment for any property of the Association which is damaged,  destroyed, misplaced, or stolen by the applicant or the applicant’s participants or guests. 

Return of Security Deposit 

If the applicant gives written notice of cancellation of a reservation no later than 14  business days prior to the scheduled event, there will be no cancellation fee charged to  the applicant. If the applicant cancels the reservation less than 14 business days prior to  the scheduled event, the applicant shall forfeit the security deposit. The date of notice of  cancellation shall be the date notice was received by the Association, rather than the date  the applicant sent any such notice. 

The Association may hold the security deposit for such period of time as is necessary, but  not to exceed 30 days, to determine the full extent of damages and to make all repairs or  to secure any replacements. Security deposit refunds for completed events will be  returned to the applicant via the Facilitron website approximately 30 business days  following the function. 

S. Liability Insurance and Indemnification 

The applicant must carry a homeowner’s insurance policy and must provide proof of such  policy upon request by the Association. The applicant understands and agrees that the  applicant’s insurance policy will be primary in the event of a loss or claim related to the use of the Facilities. 

The applicant acknowledges and understands that the Riverstone Homeowners  Association, Inc., Frost Ranch Development, L.P., Sugar Land Ranch Development,  L.L.C., and Hillsboro Estates, L.L.C., including their respective officers, directors,  employees, partners, agents, successors, assigns, affiliates, members (of an LLC)  contractors, subcontractors of any level, sister and parent companies, subsidiaries, and  interrelated companies (collectively referred to herein as the “Riverstone Entities”) are  not insurers and that the applicant assumes all risks for personal injury, loss or death to  persons, including personal property loss or damage, and further acknowledges that the  Riverstone Entities have made no representations or warranties, nor has applicant relied  upon any representations or warranties, expressed or implied as to the safety of the  Facilities. 

APPLICANT ACKNOWLEDGES THE INHERENT RISKS INVOLVED IN THE  USE OF THE FACILITIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED, TO BODILY  INJURY, SICKNESS, DISEASE, AND DEATH. APPLICANT ALSO  ACKNOWLEDGES THAT USE OF THE FACILITIES IS POTENTIALLY  DANGEROUS AND THAT THE TYPE OF INJURY OR DAMAGE DESCRIBED  ABOVE CAN OCCUR WHEN USING THE FACILITIES. APPLICANT ALSO  ACKNOWLEDGES THE RISK OF CONTRACTING THE VIRUS THAT  CAUSES COVID-19 (INCLUDING VARIANTS THEREOF) ASSOCIATED  WITH USE OF THE FACILITIES. APPLICANT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES  THAT THE APPLICANT’S USE OF THE FACILITIES IS DONE WITH FULL  KNOWLEDGE AND DISCLOSURE OF THE RISKS AND DANGERS  ASSOCIATED WITH SUCH USE. APPLICANT SHALL COMPLY (AND SHALL  CAUSE ANY GUESTS, INVITEES, OR LICENSEES OF APPLICANT TO  COMPLY) WITH THE ASSOCIATION’S RULES, REGULATIONS,  GUIDELINES, POLICIES, AND RESTRICTIONS AND ANY LOCAL OR  FEDERAL GUIDANCE OR RULES GOVERNING RESIDENT’S (AND  RESIDENT’S GUESTS’, INVITEES’, AND LICENSEES’) USE OF THE  FACILITIES. 

APPLICANT DOES HEREBY RELEASE, ACQUIT, FOREVER DISCHARGE  AND AGREE TO HOLD HARMLESS THE RIVERSTONE ENTITIES FROM  ANY AND ALL CLAIMS OR CAUSES OF ACTION OF ANY KIND  WHATSOEVER, AT COMMON LAW, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, THAT  APPLICANT HAS OR MIGHT HAVE, KNOWN OR UNKNOWN, NOW  EXISTING OR THAT MIGHT ARISE HEREAFTER, DIRECTLY OR  INDIRECTLY ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE USE OF THE FACILITIES. THIS  RELEASE IS SPECIFICALLY INTENDED TO RELEASE ALL CLAIMS OF  ANY KIND WHICH APPLICANT MAY HAVE AGAINST THE RIVERSTONE  ENTITIES AND THE RIVERSTONE ENTITIES’ OWN NEGLIGENCE AND  REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SUCH NEGLIGENCE IS THE SOLE, JOINT, 

COMPARATIVE OR CONTRIBUTORY CAUSE OF ANY CLAIM, DEMAND,  CAUSE OF ACTION, OR LIABILITY INDEMNIFIED AGAINST RELATED TO  THE APPLICANT’S USE OF THE FACILITIES. 

APPLICANT FURTHER AGREES TO DEFEND AND INDEMNIFY THE  RIVERSTONE ENTITIES FROM ANY CLAIMS OR CAUSES OF ACTION  BROUGHT BY A THIRD PARTY FOR DAMAGES, CONTRIBUTION AND/OR  INDEMNITY FOR ANY AND ALL CLAIMS OR CAUSES OF ACTION OF ANY  KIND WHATSOEVER, AT COMMON LAW, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE,  THAT THE THIRD PARTY HAS OR MIGHT HAVE, KNOWN OR UNKNOWN,  NOW EXISTING OR THAT MIGHT ARISE HEREAFTER, DIRECTLY OR  INDIRECTLY ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE THIRD PARTY’S USE OF THE  FACILITIES BY INVITATION OF APPLICANT. 

APPLICANT HEREBY ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR AND RISK  OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE CAUSED OR  SUSTAINED BY EACH OF THE MEMBERS OF THE APPLICANT’S  HOUSEHOLD REGARDLESS OF AGE (COLLECTIVELY, “HOUSEHOLD  MEMBERS”) AND ANY GUESTS AND INVITEES OF APPLICANT OR ITS  HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS, DUE TO ANY ACT OR OMISSION OF THE  RIVERSTONE ENTITIES WHILE THE APPLICANT AND HOUSEHOLD  MEMBERS AND/OR THEIR GUESTS AND INVITEES ARE IN, ABOUT, OR  UPON THE PROPERTY, OR WHILE THEY ARE USING THE FACILITIES AS  DESCRIBED IN THIS RELEASE, WHETHER OR NOT CAUSED BY THE  SOLE, JOINT, COMPARATIVE OR CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE OF THE  RIVERSTONE ENTITIES. APPLICANT HEREBY AGREES TO RELEASE,  INDEMNIFY, DEFEND, AND HOLD HARMLESS THE RIVERSTONE ENTITIES, FROM AND AGAINST ALL CLAIMS, DAMAGES, CAUSES OF  ACTION (INCLUDING ATTORNEYS FEES) ARISING OUT OF OR  RESULTING FROM THE APPLICANT’S, HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS’, OR  THEIR GUESTS AND INVITEES USE OF OR PRESENCE, DIRECTLY OR  INDIRECTLY, IN AND NEAR THE FACILITIES. 

T. Contact Information 

For further information or clarification on the First Amended and Restated Facility Rental  Policy, please contact the Riverstone Homeowners Association, Inc., 18353 University  Boulevard, Sugar Land, Texas 77479, telephone 281-778-2050 or 281-778-2222. 

 

EXHIBIT “A” 

(Riverstone Pre/Post Inspection Checklist follows)

THE CLUB AT RIVERSTONE-LIVE OAK BALLROOM 

PRE/POST INSPECTION CHECKLIST 

Must be completed by the Applicant and an Association representative 

Applicant Name:______________________________________ Telephone: _____________________ Association Representative: ___________________________________________________________ Pre-Rental Walkthrough: Date: _________________ Time: _________________ Post-Rental Walkthrough: Date: _________________ Time: _________________ 

 

Pre Rental Condition 

Post Rental Condition

 

Item 

Excellent 

Good 

Bad 

Excellent 

Good 

Bad 

Comments:

Light Fixtures

             

Walls

             

Doors

             

Windows

             

Restrooms – Walls, Floors,  Stalls

             

Banquet Tables (if applicable)

             

Banquet Chairs (if applicable)

             

Patio

             

Refrigerator

             

Sink

             

Ice Maker

             

Microwave Oven

             

Hot Warming Cabinet

             

Other Equipment:

             


 

Additional Comments: __________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ 

Pre Rental Signatures: __________________________ __________________________ Applicant Association Representative 

Post Rental Signatures: __________________________ __________________________ Applicant Association Representative