New HOA Decision by Nevada Supreme Court Indicates Continued Litigation to Save First Liens

On January 28, 2016, the Nevada Supreme Court issued another HOA-related opinion that could have provided much needed clarity to the pending litigation, especially with respect to the issue of what charges constitute the HOA’s “assessment lien” under Nevada law.   Read the article………….


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