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We purchased some junk property at a tax sale and have since let it go back to the tax sale. the homeowners association is now claiming they are going to garnish our wages and our tax return if we do not pay the outstanding assessments. can
by maryarie on January 27th, 2009 | 1 person likes this
Is there a way that I can buy my x pole without using a credit card online?
by AmorousLilith on July 7th, 2010 | 1 person likes this
Can a HOA increase my dues based on delinquent accounts of others? I live in a condo and my dues have gone up from $159 to $214 a month. One of the reasons sited was the number of delinquent accounts they have. How is this not their res
by Anonymous on January 12th, 2009 | 1 person likes this
can a Hoa change the rules and use change to charge retroactive fees
by tommould on December 15th, 2013 | 1 person likes this
You're reading Our HOA By-laws state that if a lot owner does not pay their dues within 30 days of due date, the owner "shall bear interest from the due date at the highest rate allowable by law per annum." How do I find out what that interest rate is?