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Do I have to pay attorney's fees and court costs if I lose my dissolution case against my Homeowners Association?

Wenatchee, WA |

I myself and 8 other plaintiffs have a dissolution case pending against our incorporated non-profit HOA. The basis is illegal acts committed by our board of directors over the course of the last two years. We feel we have a strong case but can not afford an attorney. We could not even afford the filing fee so I applied for a waiver and had it approved by a judge. I don't know if that makes any difference but, if for some reason we lose the case, will we have to pay attorney's fees for the board of directors?

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Most likely, yes the governing documents will provide an attorney fee's clause for the prevailing party. It is best not start a war when you have no ammo or an army or a legal battle without a lawyer and money to pay for time spent.
Good Luck

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