New bill (NC) would garnish tax returns for past due HOA fees
Under North Carolina law, if you live in a neighborhood that has a homeowner association and you don’t pay your dues, that HOA can foreclose on your house. But now a new bill has been introduced in the North Carolina Legislature that would strip HOAs of their ability to foreclose. Instead it would open up a legal avenue for associations to try to satisfy debts owed to them including garnishing state income tax returns. Read the article…………..
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A Portion of a Maryland Condominium Assessment Lien Takes Priority Over Mortgages and Deeds of Trust
Under Section 11-110 of the Maryland Condominium Act, in the event of a foreclosure of a mortgage or deed of
An “exclusive use common area” is defined as a common area that an owner has the exclusive right to use.