Amendment to SB258 would hurt HOAs (NV)

Members of the Assembly and Senate are trying to pass an amendment to SB258 that would allow delinquent owners to sue their homeowners associations for foreclosing on unpaid assessments.  The amendment, to be decided in conference committee with no public debate in the final week of the legislative session, represents a dramatic change for HOAs. Equally troubling is the fact that no legislator is willing to say who drafted this amendment. This seems a bit sneaky to me. Where is the transparency?


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