HOA Collection Fees Must Be in Writing, NJ Court Rules

Attorney fees racked up during collection efforts, typically fair game for homeowners’ associations, were denied in one case because of governing documents that failed to expressly provide for them.  The Appellate Division—deferring almost entirely to the judge below—upheld rejection of a post-judgment collection fee request by an association that came armed with arguments tied to statute, contract and case law.    Read the article…………..


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