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Can a homeowners' association force owner to pay fees that were collected by former homeowner association?

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Your question sounds like there was an original HOA, which was superseded by a new HOA.

Every HOA collects assessments to operate the community, and as an owner, your governing documents define your responsibilities to pay and the association's responsibilities to collect assessments.

The new HOA has its own form of assessments, regardless of the form of assessments paid to the original HOA.
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