Assessment Issues; Does Developer Owe Dues?

Q: I was delinquent in my mortgage payments and was facing foreclosure. I also had a separate lien against my property for nonpayment of HOA dues. Fortunately, I was able to sell my home via a “short sale.” In connection with the short sale, my mortgage lender removed the HOA lien from the property in order to transfer ownership to the buyer. However, the HOA is now saying that it is going to seek a civil judgment against me for the remaining amount of HOA dues that were not paid at closing. Can they do this?    Read the Q&A…………

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