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I am trying to purchase a condo in Fort Myers Florida , in a certain complex. The president keeps buying these cheap units up. He is using his power to give himself reduction in past hoa dues . He buys thens rents them out or flips them . Is this legal? He won't give me any reductions .
We live in a duplex condo so there is no real association. We do have a condo agreement (somewhere). We've lived here for 11 years, have yet to get a copy of the bank statement. An owner took $500 out without consulting us to hire an attorney to tell us to take our christmas lights of the deck by Jan 31. Now we find out she hasn't been paying her condo fees, got rid of the lawnmower and told us to by our own. We're not really sure where we stand or what we can do about these ongoing problems. Any advice?
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What happens to condo owners that are paying their dues, but units go into foreclosure? We are a 12 unit condo building where 4 units are in foreclosure.
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I am th president of a small association. The secretary is old and can't perform her duties, the treasurer had to be removed because he was not paying his association fees and the associations bills - so me, the president is performing all 3 jobs. Well the a lien had to be placed on the treasurer because he would not pay his special assessment or a years worth of condo fees. He tried to fight it, but lost in court. However, he then filed bankruptcy, leaving the association to cover his large deb, and now he is foreclosing on his condo. Funny thing is, he is a certified property manager of another building. My question is, can the association still collect the funds owed from the lien, when the property is sold? Can another lien be placed on his property now that he is foreclosing and not paying association fees again. Wait...don't feel sorry for this guy, he just purchased a new home and car!
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On September 2011, our board of managers made a decision that any owner who was two months late with their maintenance fees would be subject to a lien on their property. In September 2011 we were only one month late, yet the board went ahead and filed a lien on our property. They also filed the lien for more than twice what we owe. One of the board members really dislikes us and has caused many problems for us. Our lawyer is already going after the attorneys for the board for violations of the FDCPA in the threatening letter they sent us regarding the lien and money the board wrongfully stated we owe. My question is, can we also sue the board for filing the lien on our property for more than we owe and for filing the lien on us when we only owed one month when they just made a board decision to file liens for owners who owed 2 months or more.
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