Rogers Towers: Defending Mortgage Lenders Against Attorney’s Fees Claims by Condominium Associations

Lenders foreclosing mortgages in Florida frequently encounter claims by condominium associations for past due assessments. Increasingly, those entities are extending their claims in attempts to recover attorney’s fees and costs as well, often asking for amounts far in excess of the actual assessments. What obligation does a foreclosing lender have to pay these attorney’s fees and costs? Read on.

Read More……


Related Articles

Access to HOA Membership List Must be for a Proper Purpose (CA)

As part of the ongoing management of a homeowners association (“HOA”), the HOA is obligated to prepare and maintain certain

Do The Right Thing How To Avoid Personal Liability As A Condo Association Director

officers and directors of the association have a fiduciary relationship to the unit owners

Fourth DCA Rules Insurance Companies Not Required to Provide Coverage for all Portions of Condominium Property

Recently, the Fourth District Court of Appeal in the case of Citizens Property Insurance Corp. v. River Manor Condominium Association,