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condo associations board spends money without vote and is now out over $12K.

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The board assessed owners 3% and then sent coupon booklet rounding amount up to nearest dollar. No announcement of this practice was made to owners. Even though the amount is small, can the board do this? Do owners have to agree?

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Our HOA have a special assessment which is 150.00 a month for 6 months. Out of 81 units I know two that are bank owned one has a default notice on the door. If these unit do not pay it is absorbed but the other members in the community is there a way to tell how many units are in default or not paying dues. I would like to know what this assessment will really cost me.

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Our HOA imposed a special assessment and insisted that the home owners pay before the work was completed. They didn't know the final amount that would be due, so they charged an arbitrary $400,000. The final cost of the work was only $333,000.

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We bought a condo in Fort Myers, Fl last July. Last week we received a special assessment for $900 for damages to the complex. We weren't even living there when hurricane Irma hit. The previous owners had the Special Assessment insurance on the unit , but they won't submit the bill to there insurance company.

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Can a condo board change a motion/vote for a special assessment due to a hurricane. The original assessment doesn't appear to be adequate enough and we need more dollars. Bills/notices have not gone out yet. We really don't want to have a second assessment.

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Can Board override Documents for special assessment for roofing? Ownership percentages are arbitrary, for example, people with same size units have different percentage ownership

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Can Assessment funds be reallocated to other projects because the HOA Board deems that the funds are now needed for a "higher priority" project ?

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We had a special assessment over a year ago. All but one of the owners paid it and I am told that the Association/management company is going after him.

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My association has asked for an assessment to fix the foundation in one of our buildings. First assessment was 50K, 2nd was 97K and included items that would be covered by our budget and insurance. Is that acceptable?

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