I was behind on my HOA fees. I checked with the Court and no suit exists. I have repeatedly tried to pay the fees in full, but they refuse my payment. They clearly want to initiate a lien instead of accepting my payment.
Secondly, they coordinated a repair company with my permission to fix a hot water heater. The repair company has a lock box on my apartment. The HOA won't tell me the company that is doing the repairs and owns the lock box, so I do not have access to my property. They said that won't disclose the company's name that has the lockbox combination unless I provide them a physical address (surely so they can serve me). I have repeatedly tried to find out how much I owe and who to as far as the repairs, I am happy to pay but they won't tell me. I have no access to my property
You need a real estate lawyer to analyze your condo documents and to help you recover your property. You can locate them on AVVO using the Find a Lawyer function at the top of this page or call the Nashville Bar Assn.
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