HOA has filed a lien against condo. Offered to settle with a repayment plan yet want over $4500. when total in arrears is less than $500.
Why tell them here?
What is it you want to know?
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Yep...this is what happens when you pick legal fights you can't sustain or miscalculate the impact of. While you were playing lawyer representing yourself, they actually have one that is setting you up for legal fees. You need to hire a lawyer ASAP to address this if you are not going pay to resolve it.
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