The Association can pursue the unit owner for the judgment. This would involve locating a bank account or some other assets/property that could be garnished or sold to satisfy the judgment. [Read more…] about Our Board is trying to lease out an abandoned unit in our condo community. we cannot reach the owner/bank/lender. A Court rendered a decision in our favor that the owner owes the condo almost $50,000 in delinquent monthly common fees. what, if anything, could we pursue?
Eric J. Phillips
[Read more…] about When a condo collects a judgment via wage garnishment, does the condo also need to provide “credits” towards that judgment in the amounts of the regular monthly maintenance fees that the Unit Owner is paying each month? In other words, does ANY new payment that is made have to be applied to the judgment balance (i.e. payments applied to oldest outstanding balance)? Or do monthly maintenance fees count towards that month’s maintenance fees, and the wage garnishments apply against the judgment?
[Read more…] about We have received a smoking complaint from a unit owner who suffers from COPD. Their unit neighbor rejects any cooperation with the association besides their verbal statement they are not the cause of the issue. We are a small townhouse association. Are we obligated as a board to anymore than we have?
[Read more…] about Our condo master deed and rules don’t get into specifics of flooring types. A ceramic floor was installed improperly, and the board receives complaints from the resident under that unit. I have heard the noise and it’s terrible. The resident who had the floor installed has no interest in this issue. As a board, what should or can we do? The resident underneath is a great, long time resident.