How Is Special Assessment Excess Adjusted After Sale Of Condominium Property?

Question: The board of directors of my condominium association levied a large special assessment, which I paid. I then sold my unit. Shortly thereafter, the board decided that one of the purposes for which the special assessment was levied could not be implemented and, thus, the board determined that it would apply these funds toward future assessments. Can I request a refund?   Read the Q&A………..


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