This is the written warning described as the "Warning" in Resolution #3 regarding fining procedures, and it satisfies the requirements of that resolution and of the law. (See Index, fines, and Utah Code §§ 57-8-37 and 57-8a-208 (Fines)).
An association may want to have two or three progressively stronger violation letters that begin by giving an owner an opportunity to comply at a low, informal level of notice. The first letter might be a friendly, polite letter explaining the violation, remaining positive and allowing the owner the benefit of the doubt. But, in any event, a warning letter must be sent before a fine is levied and the law requires the warning to include certain things, which are included in this letter.
This letter may be personalized as desired (some associations include an explanation of why the rules are important in their community, such as that rule violations affect property values for the whole community). The letter must contain the description of each violation, the specific provisions of the association’s governing documents being violated (cite the document (CC&Rs, rules, etc.) and where in the document the provision is located), and the language in the last paragraph of the letter, but may be customized otherwise to achieve the desired tone and feel the board thinks is best for their community.