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CathyL
(Idaho)

Posts:1


07/23/2006 6:42 PM  
We are a very small HOA (4 complexes) I must do most of the organizing as one is a rental, one is an older lady and the other member really has not interest. I just need legal forms for a owner not paying dues and the legal info on dues. I do not want to do something that is not legal in the amount paid each month. Could you direct me to the proper place on these issues. Cathy
RogerB
(Colorado)

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07/23/2006 7:14 PM  
Cathy, check you Declaration and By-laws. Usually the Board or certain a percentage of the members present at a meeting can establish Rules and Regulations on delinquent assessments. This can usually include late charges which are high enough to encourage prompt payment; filing a lein which includes charges which are high enough to get payment before fileing if the late charges aren't enough encouragement; turnover account to an attorney if the major cost of this threatened action still does not encourage payment; and finally foreclosure if allowed.

You can search this forum for example R&Rs which I have posted.
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