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 Can an association file a lien for property damage?

Answer It depends on what it says in the by-laws of the association and whether such a provision is valid under state law. So, nobody can answer this without reading the by-laws and knowing what state the... Read More »
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Does a homeowners association in Florida have to give notice to the property owner of their intent to file a lien prior to filing a lien?

Read your governing documents to determine your responsibilities and how they figure into any lien process. Usually, your assessments represent a statutory lien on your title, which is made formal ... Read More »
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How do you file a lien against a property owners association?

If the association owes you money, you can take your evidence to an attorney who can help you take the appropriate action against the association. Generally, you would file suit against the associ... Read More »
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In California can a homeowner's association file a lien on a property?

In any state, an association can file a lien on a property, usually as a last resort, in order to collect unpaid monies owed to the association by the owner. Read your governing documents to determ... Read More »
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Can a condo association file a lien on property for non-payment of a fine?

Yes. Read your governing documents to confirm that any monies you own the association, whether they be in the form of a regular assessment, special assessment or fine, constitute a 'statutory lien'... Read More »
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