Can a homeowner Association answer a summons?
The director(s) for an association are elected or appointed to represent the association in all matters.
Yes. If the homeowner's association finds the homeowner to have violated rules and regulations set forth by the association. Furthermore, if the homeowner has criminal liabilities inside the association, he can also be sued.
To file a lien on homeowner association you have to file at the court house.
You can avoid being in an association by not purchasing a home in one. If you own real estate in an association, you can sell your property.
Generally, the person would coordinate activities for the association, which may be a collection of residents.
Yes. You are legally obligated to pay homeowner association dues. As long as the homeowner's association was part of the public land records when you purchased your property you agreed to be bound by its terms and provisions. You need to review the recorded documents relating to your property.
Homeowner association fees are NOT deductible on the individual taxpayers 1040 income tax return.
Your association counsel can give you the answer you seek: liens are not standard nor is their expiry.
In order to leave an association in any state, you can sell your property and turn the title over to a new owner.
Unless the people who are not part of the association are attempting to perform the association's business, or take advantage of the association in some way, or its assets, there shouldn't be a problem.
Your board can answer your questions specifically and provide you with a copy.
A local realtor may be able to give you the phone number you want, or a local association management company.
Yes. You can sell your property. The association was formed as a land-use scheme, and 'getting out of the association' means you can get out, but your property is permanently part of the association's land-use plan.
If the homes are within the provenance of the association, the new owners are automatically members of the association and are required to pay monthly assessments and live in the property according to the governing documents.
Your answer can only be that the non-titled spouse is paying assessments.
Your local Secretary of State can answer your question, given the full name of the association.
If a homeowner pays for roofing repairs or other services in a condominium due to shortage of funds should the association reimburse the homeowner?
The key phrase in your question is 'shortage of funds'. If the association borrows money from its owners to make repairs, then the owners and the association need a written agreement that details the repayment plan. A more common and more sound approach dictates that the association levies a special assessment against all owners to pay for repairs and other services. An association that operates with a 'shortage of funds' is not an association where… Read More
Homeowner insurance claims are paid to the policy holder, in a condo and the damages are being reimbursed by the association the deed and title holder gets the refund
Can a homeowner association or the other homeowners in a community take a homeowner to civil court for overdue assessment fees in Florida?
Yes or they may choose to use a method of arbitration if the law so allows.
The association can fine owners. Read your governing documents to identify rules and regulations, and the fine schedule associated with violating each.
The association's treasurer can answer your question directly.
Possibly. It would depend on the facts and the laws of your state.
A local realtor -- you don't define the location of 'hillsborough county' -- can help you find a place to live that is not involved with an association.
Is the deed holder responsible for Homeowner Association fees if they are asked to leave by the homeowner?
Your question assumes that the deed holder and the owner are two separate people, one or both of which have their name on the deed. Or, the deed is held by a bank, or other entity. Association assessments are the responsibility of the owner listed on the deed, whether the owner or deed holder is a resident or not.
What part of the right to privacy act addresses homeowner associations specifically the withholding of information of legal actions taken by the BOD against a homeowner for a violation of covenants?
Are the Board of Directors of a homeowners association prevented from revealing to the homeowners, at the annual homeowners meeting, legal action taken against a homeowner in violation of covenants.
Your answer may depend on your use of the real estate asset. Your tax advisor can answer your question specifically.
There is no standard. If the association earns income from its real estate assets, it could be considered a commercial business.
Your association is a corporation -- usually, a non-profit. Associations in California are operated and exist under California State Condominium, Co-op and/or Homeowner Association law. Your association-savvy attorney can help you understand the regulation you want, and how to go about achieving it.
Perhaps. It all depends on your local zoning laws, or whether you happen to live in a Condominium or Homeowner Association.
The land-use hall of records in Phoenix can give you the information you seek.
Yes, if the one person is the one person who caused the damage.
Where can you purchase Homeowner Association Directors and Officers insurance and general liability and property Insurance?
You want to talk with a Commercial Lines Property & Casualty broker.
No. If you owe money to your homeownersâ€™ association, the association can foreclose on your home in its efforts to collect unpaid dues or fines. The association would be required to follow the legal process for foreclosure of the debt in your jurisdiction and you would be notified of the action.
Per se, the association may have zero power to 'fine' a building contractor. Withholding payment may be a form of 'fine', but the contract the association signed may have different terms and you could be forced to pay invoices. Best practices dictate that the association consult with association counsel, with a copy of the contractor's contract, and evidence of the contractor's fine-worthy behaviour.
Check your Homeowner Association by laws or any Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. This should describe what the Association is responsible and what the unit owner is responsible for: your governing documents define the line of ownership between what a unit owner owns and what the association owns. In all probability, the association owns the area between the townhouse shared walls, since that's where the plumbing, electricity, soundproofing, and insulation are generally located. Generally… Read More
There is no standard answer, because some county rules may over-ride association rules and visa-versa. Take your question to a local, common interest community-savvy attorney who can give you the answer you need.
If you own property you want to develop, you can work with a common interest community-savvy attorney to help you create the association that you want. If you want to convert existing properties to an association, you may be required to gain agreement from every owner involved in the area you want to convert. Again, the attorney can advise you.
Your tax consultant can answer this question for you, and it may depend upon whether the property is your primary residence, secondary residence or is an investment rental asset.
Your local land-use office can give you the information you want for this specific address.
This term usually applies to some action by an owner, tenant, resident or guest that violates the guidelines written in your governing documents for the homeowner association.
Read your governing documents regarding minutes and owners' access to them. There is no standard; each association is different.
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Does a homeowner association become responsible for damage to a vehicle parked in an assigned parking spot?
The answer depends on who did the damage. If your car was damaged by another driver then you need to obtain that motorists insurance information and file a claim through the normal car insurance claim procedures in your area.
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Body corporate, according to BusinessDictionary.com, is a legal entity identified by a name. The law grants these entities rights and duties which are different from the rights and duties members of the body corporate enjoy as individual persons. The association may also have rights and duties to its membership. So, you could say that all homeowner associations are bodies corporate, but not all bodies corporate are homeowner associations
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There is no universal answer to this question. Pool rules are set by the governing bodies of the individual Condominium or Homeowner Association that owns and controls the pool.
Liens are a legal specialty and best practices dictate that you work with association counsel to file the proper lien, properly, to maximize the association's chances that it can recover money from this action. An improperly filed, improper lien may afford the debtor defense against your claim.
The plural of homeowner is homeowners.
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