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We have a special assistant to the treasure going and "collecting" dues the day after from other Condo Association Members. She is demanding payment and intimidates older owners into paying. Is it discrimination, the board won't tell her to stop.
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I recently purchased a condo in Florida and the seller disclosed a pending lawsuit. I requested all information/documentation concerning the lawsuit and was told by his real estate agent the lawsuit was finalized and there was a $300.00 assessment that he would pay. After I closed I learned at the 1st HOA meeting the judgment was for $600,000 and each owner may be assessed 6K but the BOD decided to file bankruptcy and appeal the decision. Also, I was not made aware of a MOA or MOA dues but found out at the meeting MOA dues were suspended/stopped during the lawsuit but BOD are discussing reinstating them at $200.00 per month. Should I seek legal action against seller, seller's real estate agent, my real estate agent?
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I live in Florida and our current property manager feels that taping notices to our mailboxes is proper notification. I understand recently our board of directors voted in an increase in our association fees but no one has receive any kind of written or verbal notification of when the new fees go into effect. How much notification is required on a fee increase and how do I get management to notify me in writing? I'm mobility handicapped and don't go to my mailbox every day. Also, in that new increase the office received a $1,200 allowance per month for copying and postage. Plus, this is our rainy season and most notices taped to the mailbox get destroyed.
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The association took me to court for condo fees from about three years ago that they say I owe. The court decision was for me to pay the association $1,475.00. I appealed the court decision and said I want it to go in front of a jury. The guy that is treasurer has a site on the internet where he keeps track of my condo fees. He has been sending me links to this site since he started it. I went into the site after we went to court the first time and he has made an invoice number for the court decision that I appealed and he is adding 3% late fees every month to the court decision. Then I checked the individual invoices for this court case and he is also adding 3% late fees to each of these invoices which would total 6% interest per invoice per month. He also recently sent me an email telling me if I don't pay the court judgment he will sue me for personal damages. I also have multiple copies of each invoice he claims I owe that were copied on di fferent dates and at one point each of these invoices was paid in full. I even have emails he sent me with the invoice numbers stating that they are paid in full. Does anyone know if this is legal? Can he legally add late fees to a court decision that I appealed? Can he really sue me for personal damages because I appealed the court decision?
In North Carolina, our dues are due the first day of the month, late on the 1st day of the next month. Our Board is telling the homeowners there is a North Carolina law that states we can not collect late fees until the first day of the next month. Is that true? I recently purchased another condo in a different HOA and they start assessing late fees after the 15 of the month. Please advise, thank you.
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