Tax Deed Purchasers Make An End Run Around HOA Fees

Late last year Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeals delivered an early Christmas present to these new parcel owners in the form of a decision in favor of Lunohah Investments in their case, Lunohah Investments, LLC v. Gaskell.  The court found that tax deed purchasers are not liable to the HOA for pre-tax deed assessments.     Read the article………….


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