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Unfortunately, this is a very common situation in Florida and the only way to resolve the issue is to pay off the entire amount owed for the delinquency charges and any related fees, otherwise, I am afraid there would not be any legal recourse to reinstate the HOA member to good standing, until the entire settlement is paid off, unless the settlement agreement, explicitly states that if the payments are made according to the settlement agreement, that the HOA member would be considered in good standing.
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Are you upset that the Florida law does not favor your position?
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I understand how upset and frustrated you are with your situation with HOA and I wish I could truthfully provide you with more favorable answer, but unfortunately, I cannot change the law, I can just explain what it is.