Fla. App. Court (2nd DCA) Holds Non-Party HOA Not Subject to Foreclosure, HOA Lien Not Limited

The District Court of Appeal of the State of Florida, Second District, recently reversed a summary judgment in favor of a mortgagee in two consolidated actions for declaratory and injunctive relief regarding the extent of the mortgagee’s liability for unpaid homeowners association assessments, holding that the trial court erred because the homeowners association was not joined as a party, and therefore its liens remained unaffected by foreclosure of the mortgages.    Read the article………….


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