Are home owner association fines legal in New York?

Answer Yes. And they should be commensurate with fines charged in the area to tenants in buildings owned by landlords, and perhaps regulated by the local municipal authority.

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Do home owner association fines have a statue of limitations?

Usually not. However, realize that when you don't pay your assessments, fines or special assessments -- for which the lien was filed -- you continue to ask your neighbors to pay your bills. You can... Read More »

Is it legal for a home owner's association in Florida to file a default judgment against a person who was never approved by the association?

Generally, when you purchase a property that is subject to membership in a Homeowner's Association, you are subject to all the terms and provisions in the Declaration and Rules & Regulations and a ... Read More »

Are fines imposed upon home owners for rules violation legal and collectible in a home owners association?

If the violations and fines are set forth in the associations's covenants and bylaws, yes, they are.

Can home owner association in New York fine people?

The association can fine owners. Read your governing documents to identify rules and regulations, and the fine schedule associated with violating each.