Assessment Collections in the Wake of the Huntington Case

Collecting assessments has never been an easy job. There are pitfalls lurking around every corner and innumerable requirements waiting to be missed. To ensure a clean foreclosure process, extreme diligence and care must be taken. In the wake of the Huntington Continental Townhouse Association, Inc. v. Miner case, this job just got tougher.  For years, most association’s standard practice was to reject partial payments.. In the Huntington case, this industry standard was toppled.   Read the article…………


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