Association Management Company Wasn’t ‘Debt Collector’
Facts: The management company for a homeowners association sent a letter to a homeowner who was delinquent after failing to make several monthly payments to the association. The letter was a notice that the association, pursuant to its governing documents, held a lien on the homeowner’s property in the amount of the past-due payments. The notice was written on association letterhead, and had the association’s name printed above the signature line.
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