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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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Healing Wounds After a Tough HOA Battle

You’ve had a contentious battle, and the losing side is still smarting. Are there ways you can rebuild relationships with people who feel angry, left out, or just frustrated they didn’t get their way? Here, we offer tips on bringing angry owners back from the opposition.

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Is Your HOA Board Overregulating Rule Violations?

Do your HOA’s board members patrol the grounds with a cautcha-breakin’-the-rules mentality? Here, our experts explain whether boards can be too punctilious, irritating good neighbors and even pushing those owners away from volunteering and participating in HOA governance. We also offer tips on knowing when to mention violations and when to give…

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