Question: Our HOA is self managed. We have one owner who is significantly behind in payments and seems unable or unwilling to come current. Our bylaws allow us to use legal means to collect but our question is how do we begin? What type of lawyer would handle this and how does it go? Answer:…
Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuit
What is Parliamentary Procedure and Why is it Important for HOA Board Meetings?
Heatherlea of Arlington, VA Posted on a new site dedicated to exposing planned community governance that violates its own: governing documents, state statutes, or operates without authority from either The mission and purpose is: to expose to the public the need for homeowner oversight and/or change in planned community governance, and to expose to government officials…
Failure to Maintain Roof is Affirmative Defense of Unit Owner’s Nonpayment of Assessments 2012 by Ballard Spahr LLP.
What Can Be Done When a Quorum is Elusive?
“…any suit to enforce the Association Lien entitles the association to recover attorneys’ fees, costs, and interest from the date the assessment came due:” Liens for Unpaid Assessments: The Power and Complexity of the Community Association Lien Can HOA Board Forgive Unpaid Assessments? ANSWERS TO COMMON HOA ASSESSMENT LIEN QUESTIONS Subject: Dealing with Unpaid Dues/Assessments