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The Common Law is provided with the understanding that each member and guest shall abide by the unwritten rules of courtesy, dignity, and good conduct expected of all people.

 
 

COMMON LAW.

HOURS—Common House is open every day of the week. For current hours visit the location and hours page.

PRIVILEGES OF MEMBERSHIP—Every member binds themselves to abide by the rules herein set forth upon acceptance as a member. A member's right to access Common House is a license which provides no ownership or property rights in any facilities.

GUESTS—Members may bring up to three guests with them at any time, though we will always try to accomodate more guests if given advance notice. Children are welcome on Saturdays and Sundays until 3pm. Please note: If your guests arrive before you, they will be allowed access with the understanding that they should be escorted for the duration of their visit. Members are responsible for ensuring their guests follow all club rules and policies, and a violation by a guest is considered a violation by the member. The House manager reserves the right to refuse entry or to eject any member or guest.

PRIVATE PARTIES—The house or some areas may be closed to members on occasion for private events. Advance notice of closures will be posted. The number of guests for private parties or special occasions may be limited by the management to protect the privileges of Membership. Members will assume full responsibility for all attendant expenses and/or damages resulting from the use of the House facilities by themselves and/or their guests. Reservations shall not conflict with normal hours of the club.

ACCESS—Please use your key to open the door and check in with the Concierge desk. If you are expecting guests, please provide their names. Never loan anyone your key. Any member who allows their key to be used by a non-member shall be expelled and may not return to the club as a guest.

FOOD & BEVERAGE—You can enjoy full service during each meal from anywhere within the Club. All items shall be provided by Common House. Please refrain from bringing in any outside food or beverages unless medically necessary.

DRESS CODE—Clothing is required.

SMOKING—Smoking is not allowed in the Club. Manager reserves the right to prohibit or limit smoking in any other area.

DRUGS—Illegal substances are strictly prohibited.

PETS—Only service animals are allowed.

TECHNOLOGY—Cameras, video, and recording devices are discouraged. While this is not a "secret society" we respect the privacy of our members. In order to encourage social interactions technology usage is discouraged. Please refrain from making phone calls except in designated areas and please use headphones when viewing media on any device. Please refrain from sharing any information about the club and its membership. We adhere to strict standards of confidentiality.

BILLING—All bills must be settled in full before leaving the House. Members are responsible for their guests' bills in the event that they are unpaid. Members authorize Common House to charge any subsequent yearly membership fees, as well as any other balance on the account to the Member card on file. Failure to pay any applicable annual fee within one month of the due date will result in termination of the membership. Membership fees for expelled members are non-refundable.

FEEDBACK—We believe in continuous improvement and welcome your suggestions for any aspect of service. Suggestions are earnestly solicited. These proposals and suggestions should be addressed to the Concierge desk via concierge@commonhouse.com.

DISCLOSURES—Members or guests shall not use the Common House name or log without express, prior, written permission of the Manager.
Common House, Manager, and their staff or agents shall not be liable to any member or guest for any loss, damage, or injury suffered to them or their property.
Manager may suspend or terminate any membership for significant or repeated violation of the Common Law. Immediately upon termination Member shall return their key to the Manager.