New owners are liable for past-due assessments (FL)

Question: Our HOA recently discovered that two houses in our development had closings without receiving estoppels.
An attorney handling one closing emailed a request for an estoppel. Our request form was emailed back, along with instructions on how to deliver a check for $125. A realtor delivered the form and request, but before the envelope was opened, the realtor called to say there had been a “hiccup” preventing the closing, so he returned to pick up the envelope. An estoppel was never completed.     Read the Q&A…………..


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