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Hi Rochelle: Thanks for letting me know. Unfortunately, a lien on your unit can affect both your credit score and the ability to sell your unit. Usually, in these situations, the board will resolve it by going after the unit holders not paying their bills. Possibly by now they resolved the issue rather than risking the utility company to turn off the water. The only other solution is for you to go to court to claim that the lien is erroneous on your unit because you have been paying your bill if the utility company refuses to remove the lien from your unit. If you have any more questions, let me know. Best regards.