Important Ruling for Associations Seeking to Foreclose in Advance of Lenders

Community associations and their attorneys are applauding the recent ruling by the Fourth District Court of Appeal in Jallali v. Knightsbridge Village Homeowners Association, which eliminates an unintended roadblock that was being used to derail association foreclosure cases throughout the state.  The decision in Jallali clarifies the applicability of a 2012 ruling on association foreclosures by the same appellate court in U.S. Bank v. Quadomain Condominium Association. This prior ruling was being incorrectly applied to assert that associations were barred from filing foreclosure actions based upon a claim of lien recorded after the recording of a notice of lis pendens by a lender.     Read the article…………….


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