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The Maryland HOA statute requires that the board make available to owners all records that aren't otherwise protected, which includes financial statements and minutes of meetings. If the financial records show delinquent homeowners, yes, they need to give that to you. Maryland Real Prop. Code, Section 112-2. They have 21 days to respond to a written request for information.
Protected records include personal financial information about any owner (like assets or net worth) or communications from the association
's lawyer. The information you're talking about shouldn't fall within any of the protected categories. Now, if they don't specifically HAVE a document with delinquency rates on it, they don't have to create one. But they have to let you see financial statements, which should let you figure it out for yourself.
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