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 Can one unit owner own a majority of a condo association property?

Answer Read your governing documents to determine whether or not this is possible within your association. Limitations may include lenders' positions on this issue.
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Who should the unit owner's association contact to file a property lien against a unit owner who owes unpaid assessments?

Your association's attorney can help you read your governing documents to follow the process required before filing a lien on a unit title. Or you can read your governing documents to determine wha... Read More »
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If condo association forecloses on an owner does the lender pursue deficiency judgment against the owner or condo association?

Your attorney can help you answer this question, since it requires a legal answer.
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Can a Florida condo association evict a personally bankrupt unit owner?

Read your governing documents to determine your rights and responsibilities as an owner. When you declare bankruptcy, you draw a line -- the filing date -- prior to which you request that owed deb... Read More »
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You pay your rent to a property management company for a condo unit but the owner is being foreclose on is this legal?

As a tenant, your situation is determined by the written agreements that the owner has with the management company, with the association and its association manager, and with a lender, if any. It ... Read More »
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