Association Wasn’t ‘Debt Collector’ for Member’s Late Fees
Facts: A condominium member signed a rent-to-own contract. The purpose of the contract was for the renter to eventually own the unit. The member asserted that the renter was entirely responsible for paying condo assessments and fees. Under the governing documents, a member with a rent-to-own contract was, in fact, a “co-owner” with the renter and, therefore, jointly and severally liable for costs.
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