Testimony About HOA’s Proper Notice of Delinquency Was Sufficient
Facts: After the owners of a unit hadn’t paid assessments for several months, a condominium association filed a forcible entry and detainer action. At a trial, the association presented testimony from the president of its board of directors and an employee of the management company. They both testified that the unit owners had been given the required notice that the assessments were past due and that, if they weren’t paid, the association would take possession of the unit.
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