When Unit Owners Fail To Make Payments
When unit owners default on their homeowners association (HOA) dues and assessments, the HOA must carefully consider its options. Collection actions and foreclosures are powerful tools that the lawyers at Bender Anderson and Barba, P.C., can employ to help you resolve these matters as efficiently as possible. These tools involve the following:
- Collections: We have helped numerous HOAs use the court system to collect unpaid fees through garnishments, levies and other collection actions.
- Foreclosures: In some situations, placing a lien on the unit owner’s home is the most effective means of collecting past-due payments. If foreclosure is necessary, we can guide you through all the necessary steps to ensure that it is executed properly.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to resolving delinquent HOA accounts. In some cases, a carefully worded demand notice achieves the desired result. In others, more extensive legal action may be necessary. Our versatile practice allows us to use the right strategy to suit the unique circumstances of your situation. We handle a broad range of HOA law matters for clients in North Haven and throughout Connecticut.
Avoid Problems With Sound Planning
We help HOAs establish policies and procedures that make it easy for them to pursue collection actions and foreclosures when such measures are needed. Without sound policies in place, it may be necessary to resolve these matters in court, an unnecessary expense that can be eliminated when the rights and obligations of unit owners and the consequences of delinquency are clearly set down in writing.
Get The Legal Help You Need
We routinely handle HOA collections and foreclosures and can provide you with the experienced guidance and strong advocacy you need to successfully navigate these issues. To arrange a legal consultation with an experienced HOA law attorney in North Haven, contact our law offices online or by telephone at 203-903-1491.