I live in a condo with a hoa. The president of the hoa sold
I live in a condo with a hoa. The president of the hoa sold her condo and closed on Aug. 8 but did not resign until Aug. 25. She is buying another unit in the complex but has not closed on that unit. Is the condo association responsible for any fees that she incurred while she was not a home owner? She did contact the organization's lawyers during this time. I do not know if they were aware of her not being a home owner.JA: I think they do a wonderful job. All Experts must pass our rigorous 8 Step Expert Quality Process. This ensures that you get the most knowledgeable, trustworthy help anywhere on the Internet. You can learn more about it here: http://ww2.justanswer.com/expert-quality-process Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state the association is in?Customer: We are in Ohio, West Chester twpJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I have not, I am not sure as to what I can do as a hownownerJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: We had an opening on the board and we had election on the day the president resigned. If we were aware that the president was going to resign we could have elected two board members. As it is, we now have to have another special election where the former president will be able to run if she closes on her new condo. It all seems very planned
We have an 18 unit senior retirement community with a mix of
We have an 18 unit senior retirement community with a mix of Canadians and US citizens. It is set up so that each person has a 1/18th share in the property (located in Whatcom Co).Recently the community changed the bylaws to strengthen the maintenance of the building structures to be kept up to reasonable standards (spelled out very specifically, no moss on roofs, peeling paint, general major building repair, etc).We will send out 30 notices that the new bylaws will be enforced with 15 day complys and asking for a reasonable time table to do the major repairs.What, when, and how could the community evict this very, very old trailer that is literally falling apart if the resident (single Canadian) refuses to comply. He states that he has not money for that (He stated that he makes $40/ hr in Canada).What is your advice for us?
I have lived on the 3rd floor of a 12 story building for 21
I have lived on the 3rd floor of a 12 story building for 21 years. In the last several years an old cabbage palm tree few to the point where it took up 2/3 of my Ocean view. We paid to have the tree trimmed two years ago and had them cut all he fronds e cent for the center frond. He HOA president who I am not on good terms with was furious and has not trimmed our trees since. ALL of the other trees on the property have been pruned. I have 2 views of the ocean and both are obstructed by overgrown dirty cabbage palms. I am also the ONLY patio with a tree in front of it. The others are between the condos and do not obstruct views. The tree in front of my patio died and for a month I have enjoyed an ocean view like the rest of the tenants. I was told today that the board is going to vote to put in another tree. Incidentally the board has been stacked by her with her cronies. Do I have a case?
I am a real estate agent. I have had two different
Hello, I am a real estate agent. I have had two different homeowners tell me recently that a judge (same judge in both cases) make them use a specific realtor to list their house (same realtor). Both homeowners were intending to hire me to represent the home sale until the judge said otherwise. What can I do about this?
Family affected by flood here in Louisiana. I had no
Hi! Family affected by flood here in Louisiana. I had no insurance, and upon checking, apparently my homeowner's had also lapsed, which I was not aware of, not that it would've done any good. I am in an owner financed home, with a 7 year payoff and a balloon if necessary at the end. When I called the homeowners reporting on the situation, they stated "Well it's your house, you're on your own." From someone who spoke with me, even if my insurance lapsed, a mortgage company is required to hold "capital insurance" on the home. I'm sure they did not have that, nor do I know if that's required since it's owner financed. I'm going to get my mortgage contract tomorrow. We signed a "bond for deed". From what I have read so far, I can terminate the contract due to "impossibility" from the act of nature, the flood. I cannot rebuild and pay for the house simultaneously and they retain the title and deed. Please advise, thanks! If we take advantage of that, I've heard that in Louisiana you can walk away from a traditional mortgage. I really can't rebuild this house and live elsewhere at the same time. I feel bad, but the situation is the situation, and I need to know. Thank you
Can a property management company tell an HOA Board that
Can a property management company tell an HOA Board that they can infact use the FL. Statues 720 and bypass the governing documents and send owners with violations to an attorney for mediation without an Appeal process which is stated in the governing documents