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Any additional HOA fees that accrue after you filed for bankruptcy, like other post-bankruptcy debts, will not be discharged. Now, new HOA fees often accrue while you wait for the bank to foreclose. If the HOA is not paid for the fees out of the proceeds of the sale of the property, then it may be able to sue you personally for any post-bankruptcy HOA fees during the time the property was titled to you. You can try to sell the property as a short sale, rather than wait for the mortgage lender to foreclose.
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