Nevada District Judge Voids HOA Foreclosure Following Evidence that HOA Hindered Bank’s Efforts to Preserve its Mortgage

Nevada Eighth Judicial District Judge Elizabeth Gonzales has voided a 2014 homeowners association (HOA) foreclosure sale and ruled that a first mortgage held by Bank of America, N.A. was unaffected by the sale. The April 20, 2016 ruling in Nevada New Builds, LLC v. Bank of America, followed a trial in which Bank of America presented evidence that it had paid any HOA dues that could potentially have priority over the first mortgage.    Read the article…………


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