The Stakes are High as the Priority Lien Law Battle in Nevada Heats Up

What happens when a unit owner in an association doesn’t or can’t pay their assessments?  This question was at the core of an epic debate in the Nevada Assembly this year. Nevada, like more than 21 other states, has what is called a “Super-Priority Lien” law.    Read the article……….


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