A Condo Association’s Lien Foreclosure Does Not Extinguish the Outstanding Past-Due Assessments Owed by the Previous Owner

The Florida Legislature, in 2014, amended the section of the Florida Condominium Act concerning liens for unpaid condominium assessments and who shoulders that liability. Specifically, Section 718.116(1)(a) was amended to make clear that a condo association’s temporary ownership of a certain unit does not wipe out the unpaid assessment balance which existed on that unit prior to the association’s ownership.    Read more………


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