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Notice of Intent to Record a L...

Notice of Intent to Record a Lien

Associations may not record a lien against a parcel for unpaid assessments unitl it has served the owner with a demand for the past due assessments and other amounts due. For homeowners associations, the notice must:

  • Provide the owner 45 days to pay all past due amounts in full, including attorney’s fees and costs associated with preparation of the demand.
  • Be sent by registered or certified return receipt request, and by first-class United states mail to the parcel owner at his or her address reflected in the the records of the association and the parcel address, if different from the address in the association records

For condominium owners associations, the notice must:

  • Provide the owner 30 days to pay all past due amounts in full, including attorney’s fees and costs associated with preparation of the demand.
  • Be sent by registered or certified return receipt request, and by first-class United states mail to the parcel owner at his or her address reflected in the the records of the association and the parcel address, if different from the address in the association records

It is important to note that if the property is already the subject of a foreclosure suit, i.e. mortgage foreclosure, or it is involved in a bankruptcy proceeding, the time limitations will not apply.

To obtain more information about the notices or how the Saydah Law Firm can help you, please contact us at (407)956-1080.

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