According to One Bankruptcy Court, the “Wrangle Over Executoriness May be a Tale ‘Full of Sound and Fury, Signifying Nothing’”

After a dispute arose between a developer of a subdivision northeast of Albuquerque and a homeowners’ association (“HOA”) over the ownership of certain common areas in the subdivision, the HOA brought an action against the developer seeking to compel it to convey the disputed property      Read the article…………


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