Assessment Collections Practices are Leading to Lawsuits

Recent lawsuits involving community associations have created quite a stir among condominiums and homeowners associations, as owners have alleged in the suits that law firms and associations are improperly seeking to collect unpaid assessments, interest and other charges in violation of Florida law and the governing documents of the associations. The lawsuits seek to recover significant amounts due to demands for what are claimed to be excessive and unlawful charges.  Read More……


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