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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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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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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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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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Can a New York Condo association collect rent from the tenant if the unit owner is delinquent in paying common charges?

Probably, yes. Read your governing documents to become more familiar with your obligation to pay your common charges, and the association's responsibility and processes by which they are required t... Read More »
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