Association Can’t Compel Member to Arbitrate Her Fraud Claim
Facts: A member sued her homeowners association and the association's management company for fraud, unfair business practices, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The member alleged that the association manager had secretly diverted her assessment payments, recorded a false assessment lien claiming the member failed to pay approximately $4,300 in assessments, and made false entries in the association's books that no assessment payments from the member had been received.
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