(WI) Supreme Court Downs Condo Policy on Unpaid Assessments after Foreclosure

The Wisconsin Supreme Court, by a 5-2 majority, recently ruled that a condominium policy violated Wisconsin law by restricting a new condo owner’s access to condo amenities, like a golf course, if the prior condo owner’s assessments remained unpaid after foreclosure.  Read the article…………..


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