4TH DCA Corrects Prior Ruling and Clarifies Limited Application of Quadomain Decision

In what constitutes great news for community associations in Florida, the Fourth District Court of Appeals has clarified its prior ruling from 2012, U.S. Bank National Association v. Quadomain Condominium Association, Inc., which has been causing problems to community associations in collecting delinquent assessments. The Quadomain holding addressed the situation in which at the time that the association is ready to file a foreclosure case, there was already a pending lender foreclosure, requiring other existing unrecorded claims to only be brought in that lender foreclosure case, as opposed to filing a separate law suit.     Read the article……………


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