NJ Federal Court Says Condo Association Lien May Have Priority in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan

The issue in dispute was whether a condominium lien, which is recorded and served on the owner and mortgagees, is a fully secured claim under bankruptcy law, or a partially secured claim which may be “stripped off” in a bankruptcy plan.   Read the article……….


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