It is highly possible that the answer is yes. This depends on your HOA agreement. Please get a copy of the paperwork, and go see an attorney that handles real estate/HOA cases. If your HOA did not follow the rules in doing the work, you may still owe the money, so this really is an area where you want to talk to an attorney and let the attorney flesh out all the important facts to make the decision on whether or not to pay.
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I agree that you need to talk to an attorney that handles HOA problems. Since I assume that you got the benefit of the work that was done you might have a problem. If the work only benefitted the three other units that might be different.Ask a similar question
I agree with my colleagues.
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