Members Didn't Submit Evidence to Show Improper Assessment

March 28, 2010
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Facts: A townhouse community charges its members an annual assessment. Since 1974, the assessment has increased three times. For a few years, some members did not paid their assessment because they believed that an increase imposed in 2002 was not valid. As a result of nonpayment, the association filed a lien on the members' properties and pursued foreclosure for a money judgment.

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