If you have legal counsel, not sure from your question if you do, you may want to make an offer of judgment, and if they do not accept, they can be liable for your attorney fees if they do not get a percentage more than what you offer. There are numerous pitfalls in perfecting such an offer, but it is a feasible strategy to talk about with your counsel if you are willing to settle for as much as they can get in court. You need to be careful what you concede in court, because certain concessions can have collateral consequences.
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You can file a motion to dismiss and state the issue is moot. Then the HOA can only file for attorneys' fees and costs. Depending on how long the issue has been moot, the judge may have concerns with awarding them fees for frivolous motions. I suggest you hire a HOA lawyer in your area to at least represent you at the fee hearing. There are several good attorneys here.
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If the issue is moot, the case should be dismissed.
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