2. Notice of Violation. If, after conducting an investigation pursuant to Paragraph 1(c) above, sufficient evidence exists to indicate that an Owner has violated, or is in violation, of one or more of the governing documents, the Manger shall send a letter to the alleged, offending Owner. That letter shall include, at the minimum the following:a. the act constituting the violation of the governing documents;b. the provision(s) in the CC&Rs, Bylaws and/or R&Rs that has/have been, or is/are being violated;c. a demand to comply with the governing documents immediately;d. the fine or penalty that is to be imposed for violating the particular provision(s) of the governing documents pursuant to the Association’s fine schedule or other policy;e. a statement as to the rate at which the fine will accrue (e.g., daily until violation ceases) or the length of the imposition of the penalty (e.g., suspension of right to use recreational facilities for 30 days);f. the date when the fine will be assessed to the Owner or the date when the penalty will become effective (See Paragraph 3, below), whichever is applicable;g. the date of the hearing at which the Owner may dispute the imposition of the fine or penalty;h. a statement that the Owner must request the hearing, in writing, within 7 calendar days from the date of the letter, and advise of the Owner’s intent to attend said hearing; otherwise, the hearing will be canceled by the Board, and the fine or penalty will become effective on the date specified in “(f),” above. There should also be a statement indicating that if a hearing is requested, the hearing will be held in executive session, unless requested by the Owner to be in open session. There should also be a statement indicating that the Owner may submit a list of witnesses it would like to be heard at the hearing. Total number of witnesses heard at the hearing will be at the discretion of the Board.i. the letter should enclose a copy of this Judiciary Procedure.j. the letter should be mailed by certified, return receipt requested, first class U.S. Mail, to the address of the Owner on the Association’s membership records.