Collection Issues for Condominium and
Homeowners' Associations Audio Conference
In today's economy many associations are faced
with the all too common reality of more and more owners not paying their
periodic assessments. On top of that, associations are then faced with the tough
decision of deciding how best to address the unpaid assessments and how best to
use association funds in pursuing said delinquent amounts. This live audio
conference will address relevant legal issues and practical considerations
related to collection issues currently faced by condominium and homeowners'
association. We will provide valuable information to assist associations in
navigating through this process. Guidance will also be provided as to the steps
and legal options associations are faced with when dealing with a variety of
collection issues. Other items discussed will include post judgment relief and
the possible legal barriers or pitfalls an association may face in attempting to
collect the unpaid assessments.
Collecting Assessments: Legal Rights,
Remedies, Procedure and Limitations
- Laws Governing Assessment Collection Actions
- Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act
- Applicable and Conflicting Federal Laws
- CC&R and Other Governing Documents
Pursuing Owners Personally – the Money
- Election of Remedies
- The Pros and Cons of Collecting on a Money
- Money Judgment Litigation: Step-By-Step
- Money Judgments as Association Assets
- The Automatic Statutory Lien
- The Contractual Lien Pursuant to the CC&R
- Judicial Foreclosure vs. Power of Sale
- Lien Priority
- Notice of Lis Pendens
- Judicial Foreclosure: Step-By-Step
- Preliminary Title Review and Initial Demand
- The Foreclosure Complaint
- The Answer
- Default of Disclaimers of Interest
- Final Judgment
- The Foreclosure Sale
- Deed on Upon Foreclosure Sale
- Reinstatement, Satisfaction and Redemption
Post Judgment Relief
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Recent Economic Trends Affecting Assessments Collection and Lien Rights
Quinten T. Cupps, Esq., Shaw & Lines, LLC
- Attorney at Shaw & Lines, LLC
- Practice includes all aspects of community
association law, including assessment collection, lien foreclosure,
litigation, insurance defense, property taxation and valuation issues,
document interpretation and general corporate law, as well as drafting related
documents such as lease agreements, purchase contracts, resolutions, etc.
- Represents or has represented planned
communities, condominiums, office condos, timeshares, apartment complexes and
owners of single-family residences throughout Arizona
- Contributing writer of articles published in
industry magazines and of materials utilized in instructing community
associations managers as well as members of association boards of directors
- J.D. degree, University of Toledo; B.A.
degree, Brigham Young University
- Can be contacted at email@example.com or
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Who Should Attend
This live audio conference is designed for
attorneys, presidents, vice presidents, real estate professionals, property
managers, developers, homeowners' and condominium association members, lending
professionals, credit and collection managers, and accountants.
Audio Conference Hours:
Time: 1:00 pm ET (12:00 pm CT, 11:00 am MT, 10:00
Length: 1 hour 30 minutes