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This Land Is My Land, this Land is Your Land – Owner Loses Ownership of Land After Denying It Was Part of His Lot

Summary The Court of Appeals of Washington held that a lot owner was barred from claiming ownership of a strip of land after representing that the land was part of the adjacent lot, building a fence along the supposed boundary, allowing the adjacent lot owner to maintain and landscape up to the fence, abandoning the […]

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When an Association Owns a Unit – Recouping Delinquent Assessments Through Unit Rental/Sales

A condominium association in Milwaukee has historically faced heavy delinquency issues. Through The Condominium & HOA Law Team’s assertive collection methods, the firm collected more than $290,000 in assessments, interest and legal fees for the association since 2013. A substantial portion of the $290,000 resulted from the sale and/or rental of 10 units that became

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Can a Court Set Aside a HOA-Lien Foreclosure Sale Because the Sales Price Was Too Low?

When a mortgage company faces having its mortgage interest swept away in a quiet title action following an HOA lien foreclosure, the mortgage company comes up with all sorts of arguments as to why its mortgage should remain intact. This time, the arguments did not carry the day. Facts.  In a 2017 Nevada case, a

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