HOA Could Sell Owners’ Lot to Satisfy Attorney’s Fees Lien
Facts: Two owners purchased an unimproved lot in a planned residential community. The recorded Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) of the association applied to all properties located within it. Several years later, the association filed a complaint alleging that the owners had breached the CC&Rs when developing their lot, but the owners denied any breach. The association asked the district court for a judgment in its favor, which was granted.
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