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I have asked a related question. I live in another state. Without my knowledge or consent, my HOA and their management company allowed two displaced tenants from another unit to stay in my vacant condo, complete with furniture and cat. The pair told them I had given my permission. I certainly did not...and the HOA didn't bother to ask me.
When I found out through a neighbor, I had them evicted. The HOA/management company said that I would be made whole, and apologized. However, they have not done so. I asked for two weeks' rent or $587 plus $250 in cleaning costs. They refuse to reply. One month has passed. The HOA's own counsel advised just paying me, but they refuse. Can I just stop paying my HOA dues for two months? I can't fly to Seattle just for small claims' court.The HOA actually paid movers to physically move the squatters' furniture and cat into my condo., and out again. Yet, they refuse to reimburse me, despite promises to do so. I think they are afraid of being sued. I don't want to ... I just want to have my property respected and money paid to me for rent! I don't operate a free flophouse for displaced tenants. I had to pay to have the placed cleaned up for showing. Thanks for any help!