Stephen M. Lasser, Esq. (Author)


Publish Date: January 25, 2016


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Condominium Common Charges – How Boards Can Collect and What to do if You Have a Unit Owner in Arrears

Condominium boards and managers are often frustrated by unpaid common charges. Once a unit owner falls more than 60 days behind in his or her common charge payments, it is recommended that this problem be turned over to the condominium association’s attorneys to resolve. There are a variety of legal methods a condominium association’s attorney can use to attempt to collect arrears, but which method or combination of methods is best for a particular situation will vary. Download PDF

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