Nevada Supreme Court Rules HOA Super-Priority Liens Can Be Revived after Release

Homeowners’ associations have a more robust tool for forcing mortgage lenders to pay delinquent assessments following a September 14 decision by the Nevada Supreme Court. Nevada HOAs have enjoyed a super-priority lien under NRS 116.3116 for nine months of unpaid assessments preceding institution of foreclosure proceedings, in addition to certain charges for maintenance and nuisance abatement. In Property Plus Investments, LLC, v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., the court found that this super-priority lien is not a “one-shot offer,” but can be revived even after a previous super-priority lien has been discharged.      Read the article……………..


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