Collecting On Judgments

Sometimes owners in a community don’t pay their assessments. Often, the Board of Directors must file a lawsuit to collect the delinquent assessments. The lawsuit is filed in small claims court or the civil court in the county where the property is located. Typically, owners do not respond to the lawsuit and the Association receives a “default judgment.” But a judgment is only as good as the Association’s ability to collect the judgment.          Read the article……….


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