Can a condo association take my condo over a dispute?

Answer Read your governing documents to determine which actions by you jeopardize your title. Typically, if you do not pay your assessments, one remedy -- usually of last resort -- is to foreclose on you... Read More »

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Can a condo association take my condo after placing a lien?

Typically, yes, if it is a bona fide lien due to not paying your assessments or for a fine as a result of non-compliance with house rules. Note that laws vary from state to state, so it is a good i... 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 »

If you own your home outright and the condo association has placed a lien on it for unpaid condo association fees can they take your home if the fees are not paid?

Yes.Read your governing documents to verify that your monthly assessments represent an automatic lien on your title.When your board decides to file a formal lien, they are taking one of several ste... Read More »

Can your condo association take possession of your condo in Florida?

Read your governing documents to determine the cause of this apparent threat. Since you chose Liens as another category, you may have a lien on your title for unpaid monies that you owe to the asso... Read More »