Pudlit Revisited: Caution is Recommended for All, Including Condominium Associations

As previously reported in Legal Morsels in June 2015, (at http://www.kbrlegal.com/appellate-court-ruling-on-claims-of-third-party-purchasers-at-lender-foreclosures-likely-harmful-to-homeowner-associations/) a recent decision of the Fourth District Court of Appeals entitled Pudlit 2 Joint Venture, LLP v. Westwood Gardens Homeowners Association, Inc., has made the collection of assessments a larger challenge against parties that buy property at mortgage foreclosure sales.   Read the article…………..


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