Condo owners at odds with condo association

Q. Our original condominium association board foreclosed on a condo unit and rented it out for $1,250/month. A new board was seated that stopped renting this unit out on March 31, 2013. The condo unit remained unoccupied until March 29, 2016 when the board wrote off $34,136 in bad debt expense for these maintenance fees. What recourse do the condo owners have and against whom?   Read the Q&A……………


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