Nevada Supreme Court holds that Voluntary Payment Doctrine Prohibits a Party from Recovering Amounts Wrongly Paid to Homeowner’s Association in Order to Prevent Foreclosure

In Nevada Association Services, Inc., v. The Eighth Judicial District Court, 130 Nev. Adv. Op. 94 (Dec. 4, 2014) (“NAS”), the purchaser of several properties at foreclosure sales did exactly what the Nevada Supreme Court suggested in SFR: it determined the amount of the superprioirty owed the HOA, it paid the full amount demanded by the HOA’s collection agency under protest in order to avoid foreclosure of its property and then sued for a refund of the overpayments.     Read the article…………


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