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HOA can cut off services to delinquent condo

Q: We are researching how much leverage is afforded to our HOA board before starting lien and foreclosure proceedings on a condo unit that is in arrears on payment of HOA assessments. Does N.C. law allow an HOA to shut off the water to a unit that is past due on payment of association assessments, and when the owner has not responded to an offer of partial payment?

Condominiums offer a range of privileges and services to the unit owners, such as access to swimming pools and fitness centers, use of parking lots and garages, and the provision of utilities such as water. Those privileges are paid for by the assessments levied by the HOA against unit owners.

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PA: Judge hears Sandy Street condo arguments

News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network

Three months after a 26-unit Sandy Street condominium building was condemned for faulty construction a Montgomery County Common Pleas Court judge heard legal arguments Wednesday morning on how the building would be repaired and who would pay for it.
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