Can New Hampshire condo association turn off water for nonpayment of condo fee?

Answer Yes, in a word. If your water is paid for by the assessments you promised to pay when you purchased your unit, and you do not pay your assessments, then the association can deny you access to servi... Read More »

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Can Florida condo association turn off electricity for the lack of payments of condo fees?

Read your governing documents to determine which actions your association can take in order to collect assessments that you owe and do not pay. As well, it's reasonable, for example, that if you d... Read More »

If the cable tv company causes water damage to a condo unit will the condo association insurance cover it?

As a condominium owner, generally, you are covered by two insurance policies:The master policy, which insures all the assets owned in common, and may include liability insuranceThe HO-6 homeowner's... Read More »

What do I do when I have no HO insurance for my condo and my condo association and builders claim that my fridge caused substantial water damage in the unit directly below mine not sold and not rented?

You are responsible for any damage caused to someone else's property, why did they let you move in the condo without proper insurance is beyond me, whether the unit below you is rented or not is of... Read More »

What is the maximum amount that a condo association or homeowner's association can recover via Florida's super lien statute and does it vary between HOAs and condo associations?

You have asked a complex and interesting question. It is difficult to find much information on "Super Liens" in Florida. The following is general information only and should not be construed as leg... Read More »