The HOA recently obtained a Judgment against me for unpaid HOA Dues. It's been 28 months since the last mortgage payment was made and the bank is dragging their feet on foreclosure. The condo has been empty for over a year. I understand that I am still responsible for the unpaid dues and I am concerned that now that they've obtained a judgment that the HOA may try to garnish wages or freeze bank accounts. Are there any legal options for me such as appeal or exemption? The entire complex was under litigation for years which made it impossible to sell. There were also other extenuating circumstances. Would I get a chance to respond/fight garnishment prior to taking effect even though judgment has already been obtained? Any recourse to appeal judgment or delay until foreclosure is complete?
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