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Missing payment not informed to the homeowner


This question is submitted by Zsuzsanna B. out of Florida


I have consistently made on-time payments to my HOA ever since I moved into my home. Recently, there was a change in management, and it came to my attention that I have outstanding dues. 

While I was attempting to understand how this could have occurred through a series of email exchanges, I was informed that there was a shortfall of 69 cents dating back to 2021, which resulted in a $25 monthly fee accumulating. I never received any notifications about this over the past two years, and now, they have sent the matter to a collections agency.

As I mentioned, I have never missed a payment, but I'm perplexed about how I am expected to cover expenses that I was not informed of. I would greatly appreciate some guidance on whether these actions are legally permissible.




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