4th Circuit Court of Appeals (NC) rules that property management company is not subject to the FDCPA

A June 3, 2014 ruling from the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals (which includes North Carolina) is good news for HOA property management companies. The case arose out of a federal lawsuit in Maryland filed by a homeowner against her HOA, its property management company and its president and manager, for alleged violations of the FDCPA.    Read more……..


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