How long is a claim of lien good in Florida for home owner's association fees?

Answer You can work with your attorney to refile the lien before it expires. Every state law is different in this regard.

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Can a home owners association file a lien against you for over due fees?

Maybe. If the homeowner's association (HOA) has written, recorded covenants and/or bylaws that require the payment of dues, liens can be filed for non-payment of those dues. The laws regarding HOA ... Read More »

When a home owners' association forecloses on a lien for delinquent fees does that mean the home owner's property can be seized to pay the debt?

To foreclose means to start the legal process by which the property can be sold to settle the debt or other obligation. The property is sold to the highest bidder. At the auction the association wi... Read More »

Can the home owners association foreclose on a home for not paying the fees in the state of Florida?

Yes. Read your governing documents to understand when and why the association might be forced to take this final step.

How long does a lien from a Home Owners Association for nonpayment of assessments last?

Varies state to state. 8 months in WA. See an attorney in your area for details on your state's law.