Associations can once again foreclose their assessment lien after a lender commences its foreclosure

Then, on June 29, 2016, Florida community associations had a very good day because of the 4th DCA’s opinion in the case of Jallali v. Knightsbridge Village Homeowners Association, Inc., in which Kaye Bender Rembaum was instrumental as legal counsel for the appellee, Knightsbridge Village Homeowners Association, Inc. In Jallali, the 4th DCA recognized that the association’s recorded interest related back to the date the association’s declaration is recorded, and once again, perfected an association’s right to foreclose, in spite of the lender’s recordation of its lis pendens.      Read the article…………


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