The Association and Small Claims Court: Why “Going it Alone” to Collect Assessments May Not be a Community Association’s Best Option

The recent real estate crisis has caused an increase in assessment delinquencies for both condominium and homeowners’ associations alike. In order to stay solvent and provide for the needs of the community, it is important for associations to pursue delinquencies vigorously and to ensure that each owner is paying his or her fair share. Payment of assessments is, of course, needed to cover the various ongoing costs and expenses for operating the association.    Read the article…………….


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