Angry Association Homeowners Enlist News Channel
A Florida couple whose home was foreclosed on and sold at auction after they failed to pay late assessments has gotten a second chance. The couple, whose past-due assessments totaled $1,900, enlisted the help of a local news channel to garner support for their argument that it was unfair for the association to resort to such drastic measures.
The association asserted that it was within its legal rights to foreclose on and sell the home, since the governing documents for the association permitted it.
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