Customer: Our HOA
discriminated against us and sued and took title to our property for unpaid HOA fees. We filed a cross-coplaint for discrimination and wrongful foreclosure in the State Court and then consolidated both cases and transferred to the Federal court, now pending and is STAYED fill we comply. I need to know since the HOA illegally did a Trustee Deed Upon Sale and took title and also did file an unlawful detainer to takes our property which we filed an Appeal of the unlawful detainer which was GRANTED. Can we use the Administrative Procedures Act of 1946 to reconvey our property title back into our names. Thank you.
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: We are currently in the process of filing our appellate brief for the wrongful foreclosure in the State court as well as in the process of filling appeal paperwork for the Unlawful detainer. The same Judge that executed the writ of possession of our property and payment of $4224 as damages
to the HOA, also GRANTED our oppossion and appeal on condition we pay $1,800 to the HOA as a Rent. But we contested that we are not renters, there was no lease/rental agreement
between we and the HOA. We did sent a qualified written requested to the HOA but they failed to respond.
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Customer: Yes. I am willing to wait. My contact is xxx-xxx-xxxx. Thanks.
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