Condo & HOA Collection Practices
By Andrew Jackson, Esq.
May 15th, 2020
Collections practices in Community Association law are largely controlled by Florida Statutes (Section 720.3085 for Homeowners Associations or Section 718.121 for Condominium Associations) as well as adherence to Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Association documents such as the Declaration of Covenants. Once courtesy notices have sent to a delinquent owner, accounts should generally be turned over to your attorney for collections. The legal collection process typically starts with a Notice of Intent to Lien being sent to the property owners of record, giving condominium owners thirty (30) days to respond and homeowners association members forty-five (45) days to respond.
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