can an HOA that put a lien on a property that already foreclosed and reverted back to the bank still sue and collect?
lost job, stopped making payments on home and the HOA dues, tried to do a short sale but was unsuccessful and thus was forclosed on November 19, 2008, the HOA filed suit the day before 11/18 and is sueing for unpaid assessments, late fees, reasonable costs of collection and other charges lawfully asessed which they are saying is breach of covenant.....I guess my question is since I lost the house and I do not have any money how likley are they to win and can they attach my wages at my new job? Thank you
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They cannot place a lien on the property, but they can sue you for the amount of money owed.
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