Successor Property Owner Win In Homeowner Assessment Foreclosure Battle Did Not Entitle Owner To Fees (CA)

In Multani v. APB Properties, Case Nos. B260610/B265172 (2d Dist., Div. 7 June 13, 2016) (unpublished), plaintiff HOA were embroiled in a protracted battle against the HOA and successor property owners of the condominiums regarding the propriety of an assessment foreclosure.     Read the article………….


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