The HOA just filed a lien against my property. Here is the background: I received a pre-lien letter some time in 2008, in August of 2010, and in January of 2011. I responded to every letter with a letter asking for a meeting with the Board of Directors which I have a right to do, but I never received an answer. In June, the association finally filed a lien without the opportunity for a meeting. Supposedly, another letter was sent in April (according to the HOA statement); however, I did not receive this letter. I filed bankruptcy last year in August and was discharged in December. I am still living in the property. I was wondering if it was legal for the HOA to file the lien without meeting with me as required by the Sterling-Davis Act. Thanks.