Board takes no action to repeal opinion on HOA fees (NV)

A state board that oversees the operation of Nevada’s common interest communities voted Wednesday to take no action to repeal its advisory opinion that says collection and attorney costs can be recovered as part of a super priority lien for homeowner dues in foreclosure cases.  The Nevada Commission for Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels voted 4-2 to remove an item from its agenda calling for the rescission of the opinion.       Read more…….


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