Association Entitled to Attorney Fees
Facts: A condominium member asked the court to remove a lien for unpaid assessments filed by the association. At issue was whether the owner was liable for condominium assessments from the date of the unit's purchase at a tax sale through the date the owner's right to redeem the property expired. The trial court ruled for the condo association for the amount of unpaid assessments as well as reasonable attorney fees actually incurred. When the member appealed, the association asked the trial court for attorney fees incurred in defending a judgment on appeal.
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