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 How do you rob an association?

Answer Robbing an association can take several forms, depending on who's being robbed. Owners who do not pay their assessments essentially 'rob' their neighbors, by asking their neighbors to pay their bi... Read More »
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The president of the home owners association does not pay a monthly association fee and every body else pays-is this correct?

No. Unless there is a specific entry in the governing documents that forgives the president's obligation, the president pays assessments, just like every other owner.
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Can a board member of a Home Owners Association be a paid employee of the association?

It doesn't sound like a good idea because of a conflict of interests. HOWEVER: you would have to research the wording of your HOA documents to determine if this is prohibited or not.
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Can a condo association place a lien on a property for non-payment of association fees?

Yes. The association can file a lien on your unit's title, which clouds it and which shows up on your credit rating. Read your governing documents to remind yourself of your contract with the asso... Read More »
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Can a homeowners' association force owner to pay fees that were collected by former homeowner association?

Your question sounds like there was an original HOA, which was superseded by a new HOA. Every HOA collects assessments to operate the community, and as an owner, your governing documents define yo... Read More »
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