Knee-Jerk Reaction in Foreclosure Case Costs Association $35,000 (FL)

A Tampa condominium association that prevailed in a circuit court ruling awarding it more than $36,000 in past-due assessments from a foreclosing lender was ultimately done in by its own initial pleadings stating that it was entitled only to a capped amount in accordance with Florida law and its own declaration.   Read the article…………..


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