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We closed probate on our sister's estate, and evidently there were HOA unpaid dues of about $200 to the master association during the 18 month probate period. We were not aware of the dues during probate. The master association filed a lien on the property during probate. Could we get out of paying this due to this clause in the final settlement petition and/or NRS 17.140?
"After it appears that the Estate has been fully administered and all monies due, and all property of the Estate has been delivered to the distributees entitled thereto, and the Executor has performed all of the acts required of the Co-Administrators this Court may enter its Decree discharging the Co-Administrators from all liability thereunder to be incurred relative to these proceedings."Johnathan Thanks for the reply. First off there is no mortgate, we inherited free and clear so I'm not even sure foreclosure is possible as there is no note to foreclose on. Second, I should have mentioned that even though the HOA wasn't mailed the creditor letter - our probate attorney didn't say we had to and that just getting the necessary bill was all that was needed. We did in fact call the managment company advising them of the probate and requested all details about where, when, and how much we owed for any dues. They even emailed us a scan of payment slip for our records. The issue is that the managment company failed to inform of the master dues, even though they were the same company managing the sub and master association. So it is not like they didn't have our request nor knowledge of the dues. Also, no one has responded to whether we have a case under NRS 17.140 which seems to prohibit new liens during probate. Can anyone speak to this statute as I 'm a bit confused by it. Thanks.