My home was the first to be sold in the subdivision and our Exhibit B at closing showed $50 as annual dues. When the other homes (24) were sold, the amount was shown as $100. At the first HOA meeting when dues were discussed stating $100, I stated that my paperwork showed $50. The officers said that regardless dues are $100. I paid $100 until at our HOA in March, it was stated that dues could not be changed from what was stated on Exhibit B because we have no bylaws. I sent my check for $50 in March and it was not returned until Oct. stating I owed $100 because a precedence had been set by paying $100 in previous years. They are stating that a lien will be put on my property if I do not pay the $100. Can they legally put a lien on my property without bylaws?Also, the only covenants are from the builder. These have not been changed and have no mention of annual dues and who can change them. All the convenants cover is what is premissable on the lot.