How Community Associations Can Collect on Judgments by Levying Bank Accounts

Once association counsel obtains a personal Judgment against a unit owner for failure to pay maintenance fees, late fees, attorneys’ fees and costs, and other charges, we look for ways to collect on the Judgment. One method of collecting on the Judgment is by levying a unit owner’s bank accounts.    Read the article………….


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