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First, as a non profit entity if you are a member they have to release information to you for review and if they are refusing to share information they you could file a suit for declaratory judgment just to seek release of the documents.
They cannot evict you from a lease without court action for eviction
. They have to give you notice of the notice to cure or the will evict and if you do not leave they have to go to court and file a suit for eviction to remove you. Before it gets to this point, I would suggest filing your suit for declaratory judgment for improper calculations and for fail to disclose the documents, as you could also get an injunction against them to prevent them from even trying an eviction suit against you.
If their bylaws state 24% interest this is a commercial entity and not a personal loan to fall under the usury laws, so it would be a valid interest rate as long as it is in the bylaws.
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