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I am sorry to hear about this unfortunate situation.
Unfortunately, while chapter 7 Bankruptcy can discharge personal liability for any HOA dues prior to the filing of the Bankruptcy petition, the HOA would still hold a lien against the property and can foreclose on the property and also has the right to deny HOA owners who owe any HOA fees (even if discharged in Bankruptcy) access to any of the HOA amenities or participation in any of the HOA administration / activities.
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Same answer, since the HOA can still place / hold a lien on the property / foreclose and deny access to HOA amenities, until any delinquent fees are paid in full.
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