Bought property in the el dorado estates in san felipe approx. 10 years ago, paid cash for, we tried to sell it with no luck, we stopped paying the taxes to the Mexican government and the Hoa fees to the property mgmt. team in 2011 when we filed for BK. Recently received letter from HOA stating we owe back payments, does the government in mexico take properties as in the US when taxes are not paid and if the HOA is in mexico can they make me pay.
This sounds more like a law school test question. It's driven by the community documents. Get a lawyer, I doubt anybody has a better answer than that,
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