Do you have to pay condo fees if you cannot get into condo due to fire?
One key benefit of an HO-6 -- condominium owners' insurance policy -- is the option to insure against loss of habitation, which can include paying your assessments during a period when your unit is not available for habitation.
Without this kind of insurance coverage, you must still pay your assessments in addition to whatever extraordinary living expenses you are incurring while the repairs are being accomplished.
You can ask your board members or your management company to help you find these provisions in your governing documents.
Of course you can. In most states, condo fees become liens on the condo, so a secured debt. You would have to file a C. 13 and plan to pay off the arrears as a secured debt. Read More
The outstanding fees will show up at the closing. Obtaining a certificate that there are no fees due is an automatic part of a closing on a condo unit or a property subject to any association fees. Read More
Read your governing documents and work with your association attorney to file a lien for unpaid assessments. Read More
Is there a law regarding condo fees I live in a four-unit condo One of the members has not paid his condo fee for 7 months?
Yes, and the law is a local state law, plus the governing documents under which the association operates the property. Read your governing documents and follow the guidelines there to collect the past-due assessments. Read More
Association assessments are paid by the owner of record. If your name remains on the deed, you owe assessments. In most cases, the homeowner or unit owner is responsible for paying the HOA fees prior to the foreclosure. Once the lender takes legal possession by foreclosure no further fees are added to the amount due but the HOA can pursue payment of the past due amount. In Florida, an HOA can go after a homeowner… Read More
Your governing documents may provide for leverage against both your property title and you personally, for your obligation to pay your assessments. As well, assessments due prior to the date of filing are treated differently than assessments due after the date of your bankruptcy filing. Your bankruptcy counsel can answer your question. Read More
What does it mean if a condo association puts a lien on your condo if you haven't been able to pay your asessment fees?
As an owner, it means that your title to your unit is 'clouded' -- your title is encumbered/ not clear -- by the amount of your assessments past due and accumulating, that remain unpaid. A lien may also appear on your personal credit report if the title is in your name. Read More
What happens to a first mortgage on a condo in California when the condominium is the one doing the foreclosure for the association fees?
Generally: The first mortgagee would receive notice, may choose to pay the overdue fees and add those to the amount due to the bank. If not, the condominium association would acquire the unit subject to the mortgage. See related question link. Read More
Yes they can. Everything has to be paid in full. I believe you cannot even get a certified transcript without paying the bill. Read More
Your counter-suit can include a clause that requires him to pay your attorneys fees AFTER the case has been concluded. However, during the proceedings he cannot engage an attorney for you and pay his fees due to the conflict of interest that it causes. Read More
Why does fire go out when water is thrown onto it when water contains the two things a fire needs hydrogen and oxygen?
This is due to the weight of the water on the fire and the difference of temperature. water is one of the few substances that cannot burn. Read More
It does not work that way for about 95% of the Paypal population. Fees are taken out automatically when you RECEIVE a payment. No fees for sending money and/or buying. Read More
Since every set of circumstances is different, there is no exact answer to your question. Here are some of the variables to consider: The attorney's hourly fees The filing fees for filing the lien The service fee for notifying the owner of the lien The amount of the unpaid assessments and late fees The status of the unit, whether occupied by the owner or by a tenant And so forth. All these amounts are due… Read More
covers you for a loss assessment made by an association of property owners on common property for a "covered" cause of loss. important distinction there. i.e. condo needs a new roof due to old age - not covered. Also there are protections built in for deductibles - so condo association cannot have an extremely high deductible and instruct association owners to put in assessment claims Read More
Yes, when setting up your Seller Account with them you agree to allow them to take your fees automatically from your chosen source, when the fees fall due. Read More
the gold color in fire works are due to IRON Read More
If your condo association is responsible for the exterior of your unit and you suffer interior water damage due to a leak from a foundation problem who is responsible to fix the interior damage?
Let your condo insurance company duke it out with the master policy insurance co. Read More
HOA fees are not usually mentioned in deeds. However, if they were, items cannot be stricken from a deed. Once a deed has been recorded it represents a snapshot in time and modifications of the information must be added to the title by subsequent recordings. If HOA fees were mentioned in a deed and they are paid, then a proof of payment or release must be recorded in the land records and referenced to that… Read More
A fire insurance policy had an annual premium of 780 What is the regular refund if the policy is cancelled by the insurance company after 5 months?
You are due a refund of of all unearned premium. Associated policy production fees are nonrefundable. Read More
Can an attorney re-open a chapter 7 bankruptcy that was previously discharged due to the petitioner's failure to pay legal fees?
No they cannot, this is why attorneys ALWAYS want to be paid in full before doing a chapter 7 BK. Read More
Yes, until the bank is the owner. The fact you're in foreclosure doesn't change the fact utilities need to be paid as well as your staff. It's not only the bank that can put you into foreclosure; even your HOA/condo association can force the sale of your home due to delinquency. Read More
Approximately 3% to 6% of the purchase price. There are several fees that are part of the closing process and are due before closing. In addition to your down payment, fees for appraisals, points on the loan, recording, research, escrow & title company fees will be due. If the loan is a government type, like FHA, the fees can be approximately half conventional loans. Read More
Each parent usually pays their own fees for child support. One parent can always request that the other parent pays for the fees incurred due to the hearing. Read More
Yes, Hollow point bullets are legal in Nevada. However, amour piercing bullets for pistols are not. Also, if you have tracer bullets (pistol or rifle), you cannot fire them on the open range due to fire danger. Read More
forest fires are caused due to: 1) natural fire due to lightning etc. 2) fire due to heat generated in the litter due to carelessness of people 3) purposely caused fire by local inhabitants Read More
YES um no ! Technically yes, but there will always be fees attached that run up the price, such as fees for the guy who picked up the car, salesman fees, transfer fees, legal fees... don't worry, they won't let you get any of that money back. Read More
Your husband plans to foreclose on a condo can the mortgage co take money out of his checking acctsocial security and retirement?
I don't believe this question is worded correctly. Do you mean that your husband is about to LOSE the condo due to his being foreclosed on? If so: The mortgage company cannot seize money from his checking, Social Security, or Retirement accounts. However, they can being suit against him for the money he legally owes them by virtue of the real estate contract and mortgage. Read More
In 2000, there was more than $5 billion in lost property due to fire Read More
Yes. You are also responsible for repo fees, storage, auction and collection fees. You pay for it all. Read More
The web address of the First Due Fire Museum is: http://www.firstduefiremuseum.com Read More
Yes and no. The down payment is part of the deal, but for auto loans you also have to pay the licensing fees to change ownership of the vehicle, so what is "due" at signing is the down payment plus any other fees. In home loans it's much the same ... the down payment plus any closing, escrow fees, and pro-rated property taxes will be due at signing. Read More
How long in Texas do you have to allow after the repo to make payment of fees and amount due and how long do you have to bill for the amount due with fees?
Read your contract. If it doesn't specify how long, most states allow the lender to sell after 10 days. Its NOT LONG any way you look at it. Read More
The amount collectble is the past due or total balance due, plus costs, interest, and fees permitted by the contract or agreement. Read More
paying the past due fees is a good way to get them to call back. Read More
The phone number of the First Due Fire Museum is: 314-227-5911. Read More
It depends on his or her mental position at that time. But, for the question, the answer is, yes, he or she can fire an employee due to mental illness. Read More
Impound is not free so you will continue to rack up fees with the agency holding the car. Eventually, they will consider it abandoned property and sell it for the fees that are due. If you want your car you need to get it out of impound as fast as you can. Each day they have it is money due. Read More
Unless it is prohibited by law due to fire danger, yes, you can light a fire in a desert. Read More
Of course not. Fire salamanders were once thought to spit fire, but we only call them " Fire Salamanders" due to their colour. Read More
Due date on your credit card billing is the date that you should pay your balances in order not to have extra charges or fees. Read More
What amount will show up on your credit report when a vehicle is repossessed the original cost of car or the balancing remaining?
the BALANCE DUE at time of repo PLUS repo fees and fees to come later. Read More
If a person obtains a traffic ticket it is important to pay the ticket on time. In Arizona, if a person pays the ticket past its due date, there are late fees. Read More
as long as you pay all of the past due amounts including payments, interest, past due fees, whatever is due. They will not foreclose. If you have gotten to the point that you went into the sheriff sale and you are in your redemption period, if you have one in your state, than you have to pay off the full balance of the mortgage plus whatever fees are do to redeem your property. Read More
A fire is a chemical change due to the irreversible changes that happen. Read More
The governing documents for the association spell out eviction processes. They also detail the steps that the board can take when an owner falls delinquent in paying their assessments. One option could be to step into the revenue stream enjoyed by the owner from the tenant, as a way to collect past due assessments. The additional document you need is your lease or rental agreement, which may also spell out your rights. Finally, you can… Read More
The address of the First Due Fire Museum is: 5555 Saint Louis Mills Blvd, Hazelwood, MO 63042 Read More
The new interest rate due to the impact of the total fees is 13.233 % which translates into an effective interest rate of 13.6708 % due to semi-annual compounding. Read More
Your governing documents will explain this process. Read More