Mass. SJC Holds HOA/COA May Obtain Successive 6-Month Priority Liens for Unpaid Common Expenses

The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts recently held that a homeowners association may establish and enforce multiple contemporaneous liens for unpaid common expenses, each with a six-month period of priority over the first mortgage, by filing successive legal actions.   Read the article…………….


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