Is this legal?? - Posted by Ang (MA)

Posted by Jimmy on June 09, 2005 at 08:31:33:

yes, the HOA can sue the owner for non-payment.

yes, the HOA can pick out one trustee, although it would be smarter for them to sue all of the trustees. the HOA atty might not have a copy of the trust agreement, and may not know the identity of all of the trustees. trusts are not a matter of public record, so gaining this info is not so easy.

if you feel the HOA has breached its obligations to you, then have your atty make a counter-claim.

Is this legal?? - Posted by Ang (MA)

Posted by Ang (MA) on June 08, 2005 at 19:20:06:

Our condo is owned by a family Realty Trust. We decided not to pay an assessment in full as we never recieved (not by our choice)the service associated with the assessment and all other units owners did recieve this service. The condo association is suing just me for the money. Can they do this? Can they just pick one trustee to sue for the money?