Rhode Island Supreme Court gives HOAs priority above mortgage liens

The Supreme Court of Rhode Island supports the homeowner’s association “super priority” concept, making The Ocean State part of a growing list of states that are, in some fashion, ruling in favor of making HOA liens a priority above mortgage liens.     Read the article………..


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